DAUM FRERES - Vase Olives - c. 1930 -
Important and spectacular large vase with acid-etched stylised, abstracted decor of olives in cameo on green frosted glass made at Daum Frères & Cie, Verres de Nancy, France.
Typical for the vases from the Art Deco period of Daum is the way of etching where the vase was not immersed in the acid but where the acid was poured in a stream over the glass so that natural etching structures are created. Same vase, same form, other colour on photo page 190 and same colour, other form on page 187 and 191 of book Daum Art Deco Glass, a private collection, Tiny Esveld. Also pictured coupe with same design and colour page 233 100 jaar Europese Glaskunst, Dr. Giuseppe Cappa.
Daum Nancy ☨ France - Croix de Lorraine - on the foot. Glasmarken Lexikon - Carolus Hartman - P. 149
35 cm /top opening: 16 cm – 13,70-inch inch/top opening: 6,30 inch
3,942 kg – 8,21 lb
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