Art Deco vaas geëmailleerd beschilderde versiering, voorstelling van een Boslandschap - Attribution to "François-Théodore Legras", Ca 1900 France

Description
Art Deco vaas geëmailleerd beschilderde versiering, voorstelling van een Boslandschap - Attribution to "François-Théodore Legras", Ca 1900 France
France - CA 1900 - enamelled painted glass

Beautiful pair of large Art Deco vases with beautifully painted motif of a forest landscape with a lake and sailboats.

Around 1900
France


Unsigned, but an attribution to "Legras"
François-Théodore Legras (1839 -1916)

François-Théodore Legras was a French master glassblower born on December 27, 1839 in the hamlet The Great Catherine in Claudon (Vosges) and died on August 2, 1916 in Paris.

Beautiful model with mangled square collar opening.

Height = 26.5 cm

Collar diameter = 8.5 x 9 cm

Diameter base = 11 cm

Weight = 700 grams


Artisanal blown glass, in excellent condition,
minor signs of wear on the enamelled paintings.
Please see the photos, which provide a clear impression of the condition.


Will be properly packaged and shipped by insured and registered post, colissimo.

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Lot details
Object
Attribution to "François-Théodore Legras", Ca 1900 France
Material
enamelled painted glass
Designer/ Artist
Art Deco vaas geëmailleerd beschilderde versiering, voorstelling van een Boslandschap
Estimated Period
CA 1900
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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