This amethyst molded glass vase by Marius Ernest Sabino (1878-1961) dates from circa 1925 and is known as "La Danse". It features neoclassical female dancers and other decorations in high relief, in the ancient Roman style. Underside signed with SABINO and FRANCE impressed marks on the inside. Excellent condition. There are scratches along the underside, consistent with age, and a tiny chip loss at the edge fo the rim. Measures: 8" H X 6.5" Dia (20.3 cm H X 16.5cm Dia).
This beautiful glass vase has elements of Art Nouveau and Art Deco style, and was hand blown into a wrought iron frame featuring elegant handles, organic motifs including tree branches and leaves, and is set upon ball feet. Glass colors of red and orange transition to brilliant yellow. Acid-etched stencil mark on underside reads FRANCE, but we have not found a maker's mark. Believed to be from Le Verre Francais by Schneider. Condition is very good...
This Coquilles opalescent bowl with scallop shell motif is mounted with silver around the rim. Measures 8.2" across and 3.3" tall. Believed to date from the 1920s or 1930s. Condition is very good, with scratches, consistent with age, but not visible cracks or restorations. Silver alloy is unknown and unfortunately we do not have closeups of the silver assay marks. Though not apparent in our images, this bowl is crafted from opalescent glass.
This lovely glass centerpiece by Daum of Nancy features a scalloped rim and golden flecks. Very good condition. There are a handful of noticeable scratches on the inside, and numerous flea bite scratches along the bottom edge, consistent with age and use. There are no visible cracks or restorations. Signed. Additional images forwarded upon request. Height: 3 in (7.62 cm). Depth: 14.2 in (36.07 cm). Width: 14.2 in (36.07 cm).
This vibrant mottled orange glass vase by Andre Delatte dates from the 1920s and is in excellent condition. There are no losses or deep scratches. It carries the ADelatte Nancy signature in dark enamel near the base. Dimensions: 11.5" H X 5.5" Dia (29.2cm H X 14.0cm Dia).
This hand-blown shallow bowl centerpiece by the French maker Schneider is believed to date from the 1920s or 1930s, and has a lovely green color with bubbles of various sizes. Measures 15.5 by 14.5 by 2 inches. Signed on the underside. Condition is excellent. There are no deep scratches nor cracks or chips. Foot shows flea bite scratches, consistent with age.
This Art Deco period glass vase, blown out into wrought metal frame with organic swirls, tree branches and leaves, has been attributed to Le Verre Francais by Schneider. Measures 11.7 by 6.5 inches (29.8 by 16.5 cm). We have not found a signature. Condition is excellent. There are no damages of any kind.
This glass bowl by Rene Lalique features a pineapple motif and measures 10.25" across and 4.5" high. It weighs 3 lbs. 11 oz (1.7 kg) and is in excellent condition, with no chips or visible cracks. It carries the R Lalique France etched mark in stencil pattern. This item resides with our client in Westchester County NY and may be seen by appointment.
This fine Art Deco period glass vase with bubbles and oxides, circa 1930, by Legras et Cie, features an etched and green enamelled decorative band across the middle depicting stylized comets. Measures 8.75" high and 4.5" across and weighs 2 lbs. 8 oz. Condition is excellent. There are a handful of noticeable scratches close to the lip on one side as seen in our images below.
This fine Daum mottled green glass vase is in excellent condition. Measures 17.25" high and 5.5" across and weighs an estimated 3-4 lbs. Carries an incised mark " Daum Nancy France " with the cross of Lorraine. No obvious scratches and no chips or cracks.
This Schneider footed charger, circa 1930, is in great condition. Measures 19" across and 3.75" high. Etched mark " SCHNEIDER " along with the etched mark " FRANCE " on the underside of the base. No chips, cracks or repairs.