François Théodore LEGRAS (1839-1916) - Art Nouveau "Babylon" decanter with blue and white snowy background - Circa 1890

Description
François Théodore LEGRAS (1839-1916) - Art Nouveau "Babylon" decanter with blue and white snowy background - Circa 1890
France - 1890-1919 - Blown glass

Ca 1890. Manufacture Delizy& Doistau Pantin. Paris, France.

Beautiful rare Art Nouveau carafe, mouth blown with a long neck and bulging belly, decorated with a speckled blue and white snowy background.

Beautiful high quality craftsmanship work by this great master glassmaker of the very early 20th century.

Height: 234 mm

Rare model known as “Babylone”, referenced and authenticated carafe in the famous catalogue Répertoire Raisonné Legras, “Verrerie artistique et populaire française". Ref.: Delizy and Doistau 1891-92, see latest photos

Carafe in perfect condition, note a slight cooking defect during the blowing,nothing severe, making this magnificent collectible carafe a unique and rare piece.

Very secure shipment with insurance, double protection, tracking number and signature.

Lot details
Object
Art Nouveau "Babylon" decanter with blue and white snowy background - Circa 1890
Material
Blown glass
Designer/ Artist
François Théodore LEGRAS (1839-1916)
Style
Art Nouveau
Estimated Period
1890-1919
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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