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4 Couroc Native American Designed Bowls, measures 7 3/8''D x 1''H, features 2 Owl Kachinas and 2 Pottery Bowls, some wear, The Couroc Company was a Monterey California company that produced many different types and shapes of trays, boxes, ashtrays and glassware from 1948 until their closure in the early 1990s. Their products have become and remain collectible because of their high quality and beauty. Guthrie Courvoisier, owner of Courvoisier Galleries in San Francisco formed Couroc in 1948. His wife, Moira Wallace was a designer that was involved in designing manufacturing - sometimes even 'signing' her work.


pr-owned with normal wear for age, unless stated otherwise in description.

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4 Couroc Native American Designed Bowls

Estimate $40 - $60Jan 15, 2017