This glass vase was produced in France in the 1920s. We attribute it to Daum Lorrain for its color and style. It is not signed. The vase is 12 3/4 inches high and the diameter of the opening is 5 3/4 inches. It is blown into a mold producing its art deco form. The base is thick and quite heavy. The vase draws gracefully upward from this point with the glass thinning significantly. The colors within the glass are iron red and mauve. They form a pattern with a marble like texture. The colors lighten into orange and peach as they flow to the top of the vase. The finish on the vase is smooth as satin. This changes to a light texture on the surface of the flared bowl.
Condition: Excellent. We guarantee that this is an original, old art glass vase. To really enjoy its qualities this vase needs light coming through it.