Bayel - Vase (1) - Crystal

Description
Bayel - Vase (1) - Crystal
France

Very heavy crystal bowl from Bayel, produced in the middle of the last century. Beautiful crystal sound and shines perfectly in the light. Stamp on the bottom Bayel is a village in the Champagne region located in the Department of Aube, at the crossroads of Lorraine and Burgundy in the northeast of France. This village has been involved in glass production since the 1300s. In 1666, Jean-Baptiste Mazzolay, Venetian master glassmaker, created the Bayel crystal factory, under the aegis of the monks of Clairvaux, then owners of the location. Closed in 2016, a museum today presents the collections of this crystal factory. Perfect condition - no chips. Small micro-scratches on the bottom Carefully packed, tracked shipment.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Vase
Material
Crystal
Manufacturer/ Brand
Bayel
Style
Mid-Century Modern
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
135×180×196 mm
Weight
2800 g
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