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DEVEZ Art Glass Cameo Vase Landscape. France 1920’s – SOLD

THIS ITEM IS SOLD - Unusual form vase with continuous layered acid cut scene of a island with small rural structure amidst tall trees and verdant foliage centered in a tranquil lake before distant mountains and seen looking through long leafy draping branches, in the middle of the lake a single male figure navigating gondola to the island shore. In hues of dark blue, pink/light purple ,pastel green ground ,cameo signature deVez. France Early 20th century. Overall 4 1/2"Dia x 8"H

Favrile 19″ Vase Cobalt Blue Tiffany Studio c.a.1900’s

Tiffany Studios vase, fluted form in blue favrile glass , held in a bronze pineapple base with a gold Dore patina. Signed at a bottom of the glass L.C.T.  Favrile, base signed Tiffany Studio New York. Glass is in a very good condition no cracks or chips. Size:  19" H base is 5" Dia.

Legras Marmoreal Cameo Art Deco Vase France c.a. 1920’s

Signed Legras Art deco cameo vase in marmoreal glass acid cut and painted geometrical designs. In very good condition. France 20th Century. Artist Francoise Theodore Legras. Measurments : 10 1/4" h x 5 1/2" dia.


A early 20th century Mont Joye (Legras & Cie) French Art Nouveau period. Emerald green glass chipped glass textured body cameo cut gilded and silvered in pillow form shape, the crizzled body with two shades gold gilt and silver stylized acorn and oak leaf border to the shoulder, the base with gilt factory mark.  Gold hallmark on bottom - Mont Joye, L & C. circa 1900's  Condition: No chips, cracks or breaks. Shelf wear to the base. Size: 3 3/4" W x 2 3/4" D x 6" H Production Notes: Designed by Legras & Cie in St. Denis (today part of Paris) in about 1900 - 1910. The firm's glass was marked either "Legras", "L & Cie", "Sargel" (Legras backwards:", "Leg", (enameled) or "Mont Joye & Cie". After WWI, the firm merged with Pantin glass works to form Verreries et Christalleries de St. Denis et Pantin RTunies, but continued to use "Legras" Signature on some enameled or acid etched vases during 1920s & 30s. Condition: No chips, cracks or breaks. Shelf wear to the base.  During the first decade of the 1900s Legras & Cie became a major exponent of the École de Nancy (School of Nancy) led by Gallé. The firm produced a wide variety of commercial art-glass, both cameo and painted in enamels, but also made some large high-quality pieces for international exhibitions.


A spectacular pair of small Daum Nancy vase having cameo enameled thistle stems, leaves and flowers against an acid textured crashed ice background, gold rim on both of them on the top and only one on the bottom. Faded mark on the bottom on the side - Daum (cross of Lorain) Nancy Size: 2 1/4" Dia x 6E H each Condition very good no chips, no cracks. DNCG2XX1C4ST

Rare Cameo Glass Vase By Andre Delatte c.a. 1930’s

A Verrerie d'Art Degue cameo glass scenic vase. Ovoid shape, continuous desert scene with figures and camels among palm trees, decorated in green, brown, white, and orange. Signed "Degue" in cameo. Circa 1930, Paris, France. Minor wear to the decoration; good condition. 9" high.