Daum / Daum Nancy

French, 1878
Daum (also Daum Nancy) is a French glassmaking company that was founded in the late 19th century. The company is known for its innovative techniques, which include acid-etching, enameling, and carving, and for its use of vibrant colors and intricate designs.
Daum's early work was heavily influenced by the Art Nouveau movement, and the company was known for its decorative glassware, including vases, bowls, and lampshades. In the early 20th century, Daum began to experiment with more abstract designs, and its pieces became increasingly modern and sculptural.
During the mid-20th century, Daum collaborated with a number of prominent artists and designers, including Salvador Dali and Jean-Philippe Richard. The company's glassware became increasingly experimental and avant-garde, and it continued to push the boundaries of traditional glassmaking techniques.
Today, Daum is one of the most respected names in the world of art glass, and its pieces can be found in museums and private collections around the globe. The company continues to produce exquisite glassware using traditional techniques, while also exploring new and innovative ways of working with glass.
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