Daum glass vase decorated in cameo and enamel with Jacinthes Sauvage

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Daum glass vase decorated in cameo and enamel with Jacinthes Sauvage

£2,750.00

Antique Reference 2051

Daum glass vase decorated in cameo and enamel with Jacinthes Sauvage

Description

Daum – A very fine acid etched, enamelled and gilded miniature vase decorated with Jacinthes Sauvage (Bluebells) .  Designed by Henri Bergé and Ernest Bussiere and produced circa 1894-6. The base of the vase is very finely acid etched and highlighted with gilt There is a gold enamel signature to the underside – Daum Nancy and with the cross of Lorraine . Excellent original condition- there is a small burst air bubble to the base which can be clearly seen on one of the images

A similar vase is shown in Guiseppe Cappa Le Genie Verrier de l’Europe page 220 item 357

More information regarding Daum can be found in the Artists Section

Dimensions – Approx 10 cm tall and the base 4.5 cm wide