Pierrot Moquette

This plaster moquette of a Pierrot came from the Max Le Verrier collection. It was discovered when emptying a barn at the now sold Le Verrier family home. This is probably a prototype that never went into production. There is a signature on the base that looks like Janny-Dunand but cannot be sure. It is a one off and Le Verrier family owned piece.

Circa 1920s.

16 inches (41cm) high.

Good condition with signs of age.



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