French Art Glass: Daum

Daum. Nancy, France. The Daum glassworks was founded in Nancy, France in 1875. They, along with Emile Galle who was a close associate, made some of the most beautiful pieces of glassware ever made, including their amazing Art Nouveau pieces, a return to the art of nature.  All of their work was signed.

PW 2461. Daum. Nancy, France, Fuchsia Vase Museum Piece, circa 1895-1905. Beautifully etched and enameled signed floral (fuchsia) vase with a square shape when viewed from above or below. Excellent condition. Signed in raised relief with “Daum Nancy” and the Cross of Lorraine. A nice cabinet size at 4 5/8 inches in height and  2 1/8 inches square. Weight is fourteen ounces. Ground and polished pontil mark.  $1450

PW 2542. Daum. Nancy, France, 5 1/2 inch tall Etched, Gilded, and enameled Vase Museum Piece, circa 1890s.  Beautiful floral spray in yellow and peach enamel arrayed along a gilded stem above gilded fronds and pleasingly etched glass. So nice. Painted on the base “Daum Nancy” and the Cross of Lorraine. Excellent condition with no issues. A nice cabinet size at 5 1/2  inches in height; 2 3/8 inch diameter  at the  widest point; four ounces.   reserved