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  • Baccarat The Zoo Duck
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    Baccarat The Zoo Duck
    Created by Jaime Hayon for Baccarat, each of these crystal animal figurines is shaped with dozens of flat and diamond cuts for incredible detail, then finished with a honeycomb-patterned porcelain base. Each piece is numbered and signed on the underside by the designer. Crystal/porcelain. 6.5" H. Made in France.
  • Baccarat Eye Votive
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    Baccarat Eye Votive
    The Eye votive in Baccarat crystal offers a stunning interplay of light: horizontal cuts on the outside and vertical cuts on the inside paired with the elegant colour which sublimates the candle's light. The exquisitely crafted form, designed for Baccarat by Nicolas Triboulot, is underscored by the multifaceted effect of the flickering light on its round shape. The beveled contours add dimension to the play on light, creating a seemingly infinite iridescence. Consequently, the Eye votive not only illuminates the crystal globe but brings warmth and radiance to any room it is placed in. The entrancing attributes of the Eye votive are also characteristic of the Baccarat Clear crystal Eye vase.
  • Baccarat Zoo the Duck
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    Baccarat Zoo the Duck
    As a follow-up to his cheery Crystal Candy Set and Candy Light creations, Jaime Hayon has designed a collection of animal figurines for Baccarat inspired by Artoyz. His three colorful creatures (a bear, a monkey, and a duck) are available in luminous Clear crystal or vivid-hued versions. The water bird is presented in a playful way. The cartoonishly plump round silhouette is adorned with scalloped duck feathers, and the crystal head is speckled with small diamond cuts around the face and beak. The Clear crystal version of the duck has a white porcelain base with a gold finish; the mint version has a mint porcelain base with a Clear crystal face. The figurines are individually numbered and signed by Jaime Hayon and Baccarat on the underside of the porcelain base.
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