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May 28, 1993 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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BOLD STROKES. Artists borrow from the orchard and watermelon patch for
these richly hued service pieces. From the top, center, oval fruit platter from
Adams, at Studio 330. Multi-colored glasses made from recycled glass, at Crate
& Barrel. Watermelon pitcher, platter, and bowl, all from Pier One. "Frutta Fab-
ulosa" Italian platter and pitcher with color-washed fruit design, at Crate &
Barrel. The look of stained glass from Canadian artist Hugo Quattrocchi on a
dinner plate, cup and saucer. Teal wine goblet at Crate & Barrel.

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