Art Deco crystal glass vase by Pierre D'Avesn - Daum Nancy 7"

SKU: 17121


This stunning clear crystal glass vase doubles as a unique sculptural work of art made by glassmaker Pierre D'Avesn (1901-1990) at the Daum glassworks. D'Avesn also worked for Lalique. Circa 1930s, signed underneath.

Note the contrast between the opaque etched vase and the heat-fixed clear scroll handles. This piece would be a visually and architecturally interesting piece to add to a kitchen or living room, filled with a large, seasonal arrangement of roses, tulips, or hydrangeas.

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Founded in 1878 by Jean Daum (1825–1885) in Nancy, France, Daum is an esteemed glassmaking company renowned for its Art Nouveau and Art Deco pieces. Pioneering the pâte de verre glassmaking technique, Daum's exquisite vases, lamps, and decorative items epitomize French artistry, blending creative design with vibrant colors and intricate details.

Approx. overall 7" high x 8¾" wide x 5" deep
Approx. overall 18cm high x 22cm wide x 13cm deep

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