VASE, Cristallerie de Pantin, glass, France, Pantin, Art Nouveau, circa 1900

Art Nouveau vase.

France, Pantin, Art Nouveau, circa 1900

Cristallerie de Pantin: Stumpf, Touvier, Viollet & Cie (1847-1925).

Etched, painted and gilded glass.

Height 40 cm. Wed approx. 20 cm. Wed base: 12.5 cm.

Preservation condition: good, paint abrasions visible in the photos and a small loss at the outlet.

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4 000 zł tax incl.

Art Nouveau vase with an elongated shape. From halfway up, the belly widens and then goes into a short neck with a base diameter. The form of gold painting refers to metal fittings. The fluff is "entwined" at its widest point with a flowered twig that flows down to the base. Vase decorated in shades of gold, yellow and purple.

Cristallerie de Pantin: Stumpf, Touvier, Viollet & Cie - a glass factory founded in the mid-19th century. It was located at 84 rue de Paris. In 1878, its products were appreciated at an industrial exhibition. The year 1907 brought its new director Camille Tutré de Varreux, who contributed to the expansion of the offer. Vases made of layered glass decorated with landscape motifs were especially appreciated. The steelworks operated until the 1920s.