Daum Nancy Art Nouveau Stalky Vase Gingko Leaves Height 31.49 inches France 1900
Daum Nancy Cameo Finest as well as Rarest Art Glass Stalky Vase of Art Nouveau Period. Excellently decorated with interesting patterns: These are gingko leaves ! MANUFACTORY: DAUM FRÈRES / made in France / Nancy, Lorraine, circa 1900. DESIGNER: DAUM FRÈRES (Auguste and Antonin Daum). TECHNIQUE OF MANUFACTURE: CAMEO GLASS & ETCHED (built up with different layers and cut back with acid to reveal beautiful designs). Stunningly manufactured cameo (casing) glass: Colourless frosted glass of multi-layered type (= orange-yellow shaded glass underneath / moss green glass layer at round foot). The vase's outer wall is abundantly decorated with stunningly cut herbal decorations covering large parts of vase's surface: These consist of cut leafy twigs spreading from vase's top area: Great part of vase's surface is decorated with dark green / bright green / silvery leaves depicting gingko leaves attached to stems. This stalky vase based on broad round foot has tapering area as well as a quite large round mouth. HALLMARKED: Daum Nancy Cut Cameo Signature of circa 1900 with Cross of Lorraine very well visible at area below: Related signature is published by Carolus Hartmann, Glasmarken-Lexikon 1600-1945, Stuttgart/Germany 1997, page 148, signature number 2984.
Place of origin:
80H x 20DI
31,50H x 7,87DI
Creator / Artist:
Good; there aren't any damages existing