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Couroc Resin Salad Bowl with Lobster Design, 1960-70s


Couroc Resin Salad Bowl with Lobster Design,

1960-70s


The Couroc black resin salad bowl is decorated with a large pink lobster.  The center with a large pink lobster.  The lobster made from crushed seashells with silver wire.  This is a rare form for Couroc as most pieces made were trays.


Dimensions: 15 1/2 inch diameter x 3 inches high.


Mark: Paper label applies to base.



Guthrie Courvoisier and his wife, Moira Wallace, established the Couroc Company in Monterrey, California in the late 1940s. The company worked with a stable of artists to produce inlaid domestic wares / household objects using a proprietary resin material through the 1980s. Items like these like these trays were original designs hand inlaid with stones, shells, coral, woods, metal, and sometimes found objects. The resin base was extremely durable and resistant to fading, liquid and heat.







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