France - 1910 -1930 - Moulded Glass - signed
|Object:||Vase (More lots)|
|Material:||Moulded Glass - signed|
|Designer/ Artist:||Pierre d'Avesn - Art Deco 1925|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
A beautifully vase with stylized flowers - Anemones - made and signed by Pierre d'Avesn (Pierre Girre was his real name).
Pierre d'Avesn (born 1901) was considered as the elite of the last glassmakers of the Art Deco era, he died in Paris at the age of 90.
Pierre d'Avesn was a pupil of François Decorchement, School of Decorative Arts. He was engaged at Lalique, where he remained 10 years. He worked at Daum - 1930 till 1937 - he developed the molded pressed glass production in the department of productions signed Lorrain Nancy.
He joined Verlys in 1937 in the Hollophane glasses department at Andelys glassworks. After 1945, he was found at the Cristallerie de Choisy le Roi where he reissued old models and created new ones. He remained there until his retirement in 1984.
Height 21.5 cm - Diameter Ø 17 cm
The vase will be carefully packed and shipped with a track and trace number .
Catawiki member since February 2, 2018, received 14 reviews in total (14 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (14 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Todo muy bien
Consegna molto veloce, imballaggio accuratissimo. Perfetto!
Thank you for asking but i have not got my art deco item yet. I have got a Message that it is in sweden since a coupe of days but then nothing. Please help me to find out where it is / Anders
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|Rest of Europe||$23.95|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Cussy en Morvan (Bourgogne), France.
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