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An Art Deco Vase by D'Avesn For Daum c1935

Heading : A machine age Art Deco vase by D'Avesn for Daum
Date : 1931-6
Origin : France
Colour : Teal
Bowl : A tapered rfunnel form with acid cut textured bands and  moulded fins
Pontil : Ground
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 20.5cm tall

Condition :  A 5mm chip under band on one of the fins has been filled
Restoration : None

Weight :  1744 grams

Litertaure: La genie verrier de l'Europe - G. Cappa p235 where it appears in the chapter on Daum

Additional Information : Pierre d'Avesn was born in 1901 and worked at Rene lalique from the age of 14. During his time at Lalique he designed such pieces as the serpent vase and the Tourbillons vase. He is now regarded as one of the most important designers in France. In 1926 Pierre left Lalique in 1926 to make his own pieces which were made by Cristallerie de Saint-Rémy. He worked on designs for other manufactories until 1939 when he began working on his own designs and these designs were produced by Cristallerie de Choisy-le-Roi (Sèvres).


This piece was produced for Daum Freres between 1931 and 1936






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