Large opalescent shallow bowl with repeating fish design amongst bubbles
Introduced in 1932
Marcilhac page ref 306
Model no 10-283
designed by René Lalique in 1932, the Roscoff Bowl is named after a beautiful fishing port in Bretagne, France. Water droplets adorn the fish which form a frieze around the bowl. Fish, a symbol of life, fertility and prosperity, is a recuring theme in Lalique’s works.