Inspired by 18th Century decorative arts and production techniques, Antoinette Poisson produces exquisite printed papers and fabrics from an atelier in Paris. The design house is named for Louis XV's favorite mistress, the marquise de Pompadour, a patron of the arts and wallpaper enthusiast.
For this collaboration, animals drawn by Don Carney were placed in a floral setting by Antoinette Poisson. The result is a pattern called "Crepuscule (twilight)". This paper maché platter features a loop on the back for hanging and is constructed by hand in a Paris atelier. About 16.5" x 12". Made in France.