Porcelain Pablo Picasso Buste Busta de Femme Nue Dish Reproduction from Marigold Enterprises

Porcelain art dish from Marigold Enterprises, Ltd. featuring an undated reproduced image of Pablo Picasso's piece Busta de Femme Nue, Face from May 15, 1963.

Marigold Enterprises, owned by Marilyn Goldberg (owner of Museum Masters International, "Art, Celebrity, and Exhibition specialist"), held a couple hundred images of Picasso's and mass produced them in Japan on porcelain dishes and other textiles and prints in the late 1990s and 2000s. The dishes are no longer in production and now hard to find.

Museum Masters has for many years distributed the lithograph editions approved by the heirs of Pablo Picasso in the years 1980-1983. Such editions have soared in value, and are the only signed Estate Prints endorsed, and signed by Picasso's granddaughter Marina Picasso. Each edition included 500 signed numbered prints, and 1000 hand pulled lithographic posters (unsigned) stamped with the unique investor code. Following the print publications and coordination of "the Pioneer of Exhibition Merchandise" contracts for ongoing estate owned images where [sic] concluded. MMI entered into signed agreements as The Official Licensee the Estate of Pablo Picasso for art merchandise, including Accessories: Bags, Umbrellas, Scarves, Ties; Fashion/T-shirts; Ceramics & Glassware; Bed / Bath; and Chocolates & Tins, dinnerware. Such agreements covered a span of 1999-2008." ~ museummasters.com

The piece measures 4 5/8" x 3 3/8" with a 1 6/8" rim around the edge.

The back is marked "Marina Picasso Collection Authorized by Heirs of Pablo Picasso". Undated.

Made in Japan

Excellent condition

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