Daum Frères, Nancy. ‘Crépuscule neige’ or ‘Paysage hiver’, vase, c1906.

Daum Nancy Landscape Vase


Daum Nancy Landscape Vase
Daum Nancy Landscape Vase
Daum Nancy Landscape Vase
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Daum Nancy Landscape Vase, France 1900s.
Winter Landscape Vase by Daum Frères, Nancy. Small frosted glass vase. Etched surface with enamel decoration of a landscape with trees and snow over a marmoreal background. Signed under the bottom.
Cased glass, clear, lemon yellow powder inclusions, etched, enamelled, Grisaille paint. Snowy landscape at sunset, rough ground.

Dimensions: 12,5 cm height

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The Daum family worked at the beginning of the Art Nouveau era and created one of France’s most prominent glassworks. Established at the end of the 19th century, Daum’s renown was originally linked to the École de Nancy and the art of pâte-de-cristal, a major contributing factor in terms of its worldwide reputation.

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