Etling Becquerel Videpoche Bowl with Hare

Manufacturer:  Etling Paris

Designer:      André Becquerel

Description:   Attractive stylized Art Deco polished bronze hare by Etling on a black marble videpoche
               dish (The French expression "videpoche", means literally "empty pocket" and stands for
               a small dish for emptying the contents of one's pockets, such as keys, coins etc.). 
               Underneath with original Etling paper label with model number 577. Designed by André  
               Vincent Becquerel. Not signed but identical to a non-polished signed model which we
               sold recently on this site (See this link).

Other infor-   Also designed as a car mascot.
Bibliography: "Art Deco and other figures" by Bryan Catley (p.337)

Country of     
Manufacture:   France

Date:          1920's

Marks:         With paper label "Editions Etling, Paris" and model number 577.

Condition:     Excellent, with insignificant small chip on lower right back corner of marble base
               (see image 4)

Size:          21.2cms high,12cm wide,12cm deep at base(8.3 x 4.7 x 4.7")

Price:         USD 560                      Currency converter