François-Théodore Legras (1839-1916) - Art Nouveau vase with listed motif - proof of print

Description
François-Théodore Legras (1839-1916) - Art Nouveau vase with listed motif - proof of print
France - 1890-1919 - Glass

Circa 1900. Cristallerie de Saint Denis, France.

Large roll vase with an enlarged base and hexagonal neckline, with a bottle-green translucent background, with hand-made gilt bronze decoration of leaves of clovers with descending fillets.

Height 25 cm In very good condition no cracks or chips some slight lack of gilding.


This vase is an industrial print, the motif corresponds to the model vase “Fontainebleau”, and the shape of the lake roll vase emblematic of Legras productions.
The interest is that this is a test of vase production that has never been mass produced, it is an almost unique piece

All listed and authenticated in the famous Catalogue “Verrerie Artistique et Populaire Française”
On page 217. Reference: 3145

Note: this is a very rare model in this size.

Sent with professional packaging and neat with real value insurance via a company specialising in the transport of art objects.

Lot details
Object
François-Théodore Legras (1839-1916) - Art Nouveau vase with listed motif - proof of print
Material
Glass
Estimated Period
1890-1919
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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