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Montre Molle, 1989

Design And Decorative Arts

Bronze, steel, brass, and flash of gold

18.11 x 13.39 x 4.72 in

46.0 x 34.0 x 12.0 cm

Edition of 850

This piece is numbered, engraved, and comes with a certificate.

About The Work

From the late 1960’s to the 1980’s, iconic Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalí produced a series of editioned glass sculptures with Daum Crystal in France. The innovative glassmaking company, influential during the rise of the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements, commissioned well-known artists, sculptors and designers to create editions. In this work, Dali recreated one of his most iconic motifs—the melting clock. 

About Salvador Dalí

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  • Handmade in the French manufacture at Nancy, France.

    This is part of a limited edition.

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