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Author Topic: Info sought on Unusual Mark 'J. D'Avesn' on French 30s Bonbonniere  (Read 906 times)

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Offline Mosquito

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I recently acquired this lovely bonbonniere in the Lalique style, signed J. D'Avesn, France. Am I right in thinking this is an alternative mark of Pierre D'Avesn (Pierre Girre), I've never seen this 'J' mark before, but the piece is very much in Pierre D'Avesn's style. Also, does anyone know which firm would have made this? If it is Pierre D'Avesn then surely it dates from his time at Saint-Remy?

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Steven

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