Offered by: ABC Pascal
85, rue des Rosiers Saint-Ouen 93400 , France Call Seller


1880 ‘Pair Of Baccarat Vases,L’ Escalier De Cristal , Japanese Period Gilt Bronz

$ 15,745
  • Description
    Escalier de Cristal
    The beginnings: crystal and gilded bronze

    Marie Jeanne Rosalie Désarnaud (1775 -1842) opened her shop around 1808 in the galleries of the Palais-Royal garden with her brother Philippe Auguste Charpentier (1781-1815), a renowned engraver of semi-precious stones and crystal.
    The 1880s, Japanism
    After Japan’s participation in the Universal Exhibition of 1867 and the discovery of its art, which was so different from traditional European criteria, a real enthusiasm arose. European artistic production then followed this fashion and many artists and cabinetmakers specialized in Japanese creations.
    Pair of diamond-pointed crystal vases with a gilt bronze base decorated with acorns and oak leaves.
    These vases bear the Baccarat stamp.
    Height: 28cm
    Base width: 14 cm X 14 cm
    Vase width at the neck: 8 X 8 cm
  • More Information
    Documentation: Signed
    Origin: France
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: Bronze, Crystal, Gilt
    Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
    Styles / Movements: Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 611982
  • Dimensions
    W. 5.52 in; H. 11.03 in; D. 5.52 in;
    W. 14.02 cm; H. 28.02 cm; D. 14.02 cm;
Message from Seller:

While training as a chemist and working in scent creation at Rochas Parfums, Pascal Weitz developed his taste for beauty, colors, perfumes and textures. And then, more than 35 years ago he discovered his true passion in the profession of antique dealer, starting out in a booth at the Flea Market on rue l’Ecuyer. With a partner in curating in all materials, he invested in the Paul Bert and Serpette Markets in 1998 and Biron in 2013, became an active member of the Amicale des Puces.

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