This magnificent Seetusee console bowl adds a vibrant, sophisticated flair to any room. The intricate hand-painted design catches the eye with its delicate mix of blues, turquoise, teal, chartreuse, gold, and black, while the ruffled edge adds a graceful touch. The back is gold-painted pigskin leather completes the look. Crafted in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba Canada by Mayfair between 1960-1975. This bowl a stunning addition to any home!
In excellent condition. Care for by wiping with a damp cloth. Marked on the bottom.
Measures 13 inches
Here is some info/link on this Glassware from the site of CANADIAN DESIGN RESOURCE [quoted below]:
"Seetusee was a glassware manufactured in Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada from 1960 until 1975. All Seetusee pieces are unique as they were hand painted, cured and carefully sealed with a pigskin backing with a distinctive finish of gold paint that sets them apart from Mexican pieces. The colours are mixed, exciting and vibrant and have stood the test of time. Like many styles of art or craft they have gone through periods of popularity and decline. Each of the huge variety of shapes are identified by a number (with or without an ‘M’ prefix) stamped on the pigskin backing. The brand (Seetusee by Mayfair Glass) is also named on the backing, either in the form of a stamp or via a sticker label."