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LOUIS-MAURICE BOCQUET – SUZANNE LALIQUE HAVILAND – MANUFACTURE NATIONALE DE SEVRES – “MEZY” CANDY BOX, 1921

“MEZY” CANDY BOX, 1921
Porcelain, the lid decorated with stylized blue, green and brown flowers on a white background,
the base adorned with a geometrical frieze in the same tones on a white background
Signed under its base d’après Mme Lalique Haviland and 8 EX. EX. No7
Initials of the designer MB (for M. L. Bocquet)
Bearing manufacturing and decoration seals
7 cm. high; 14 cm. diameter

Exhibition
Sèvres – Elégance du 20ème siècle, Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, 2 October-19 December 1993, n. 46 in the catalog

ARISTIDE COLOTTE – DRAWING, CIRCA 1925

DRAWING, CIRCA 1925
Original designs of three vases with geometrical decor
Gouache and graphite on grey Canson type paper
Signed at the bottom, to the right

Bibliography
Mireille Mazet, A. Colotte sculpteur sur verre et sur cristal, les éditions de l'amateur, Paris 1994, ill. p. 244, n. 154

ARISTIDE COLOTTE – DRAWING, CIRCA 1925

DRAWING, CIRCA 1925
Original designs of two large tapered vases with geometrical decor
Gouache and graphite on grey Canson type paper
Signed at the bottom, in the middle

Bibliography
Mireille Mazet, A. Colotte sculpteur sur verre et sur cristal, les éditions de l'amateur, Paris 1994, ill. p. 244, n. 153

HENRI NAVARRE – VASE, CIRCA 1930

VASE, CIRCA 1930
Multilayered, in clear glass, internally decorated with irregular grey and black sulfide inclusions, three small handles molded into the mass
Signed by hand with a diamond point and numbered 700
17.5 cm. high; 14 cm in diameter

Provenance
Formerly in the collection of James Harvey Stubblebine

MAURICE MARINOT – CHALICE, 1912

CHALICE, 1912
Chalice with a slightly flared lip, in clear glass, its foot entirely decorated in polychrome enameled stylized flowers and leaves on a blue background
Signed in red enamel above one of the scrolls adorned on the lower part of the coupe
16.5 cm. high

With a certificate and a label marked n. 73/116 by Mrs Florence Marinot

An item with an identical shape and also enameled with flowers is in the collection of the Corning museum. For further details: Katharine McClinton, Art Deco, a guide for collectors, p. 140

Exhibition
Salon d’automne, 1912
Salon d’automne, 1913, in an ensemble by André Mare

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’œuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. pp 52 and 260

Provenance
Formerly in the collection of Mr Poyet, Lyon, 1919
Mr Latil, Paris
Lillian Nassau, New York, acquired in 1972

According to Félix Marcilhac, this piece is from 1913 (so it could not have been exhibited in 1912)

MAURICE MARINOT – COUPE, 1913

COUPE, 1913
Chalice on a long and flared foot, in clear glass, acid-etched and decorated with blue, red and yellow enameled bunch of grapes
Signed with red enamel on the base of the foot
13.2 cm. high

With a certificate and a label marked n. 25/105 by Mrs Florence Marinot

Exhibition
Salon d’automne, Paris, 1913

Bibliography
Léandre Vaillat, Marinot peintre verrier, L'Art et les Artistes, May 1914, p. 140
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre de verre, les éditions de l'amateur, 2013, ill. p. 253

Provenance
Former X Collection in 1919
Lillian Nassau, New York
Harvey Littleton, North Carolina, USA

MAURICE MARINOT – FLATTENED BOTTLE, 1927

FLATTENED BOTTLE, 1927
Green crackled glass on a red background
Signed
19.5 cm. high
With a certificate and a label marked n. 1331 by Mrs Florence Marinot

Exhibition
« L'Exposition de la verrerie Art Déco », Tokyo, Matsuya Ginza, 25 April – 7 May 1990, Osaka, Umeda Hankyu, 21 September – 3 October 1990, n.122 in the catalog

Bibliography
Janine Bloch-Dermant, Le verre en France d'Émile Gallé à nos jours, les éditions de l'amateur, 1983, ill. p. 119
Janine Bloch-Dermant, Le Guide Argus de la Verrerie, les éditions de l'amateur, 1991, ill. p. 301
Bijutsu Shuppan-sha LTD, The Concise History of World Glass, Japan, ill. p. 143, n.10-12
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l'œuvre de verre, les éditions de l'amateur, 2013, ill. pp. 161 and 480

Provenance
Formerly in the collections of :
Mrs Louis Ewald
Mrs J. R. Fouchet-Ewald
Alain Lesieutre, Paris

DAUM NANCY – VASE, CIRCA 1925

VASE, CIRCA 1925
Clear glass internally decorated with orange stripes and air bubbles
Wheel-cut signature Daum Nancy France
23 cm. high

An identical model was exhibited at the 1925 Exposition and acquired by the State for the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris

Exhibition
Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs, Paris 1925
Bruxelles, Société Générale de Banque, “Art Déco 1925”

Bibliography
Duret-Robert François, Daum, Connaissance des Arts, November 1972, n. 249
Brunhammer, Yvonne, 1925, les presses de la connaissance, Paris 1976, full color ill. p. 79
Bacri Clothilde, Daum, Michel Aveline, éditeur, 1991, full page ill. p. 190

Provenance
Collection Daum, acquired in 1987

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – “BAVETTES” BOWL, MODEL 361, 1928

“BAVETTES” BOWL, MODEL 361, 1928
Pâte de verre in mottled brown
Signed with the circular stamp and numbered B793
12,2 cm. high

From an edition of 11 examples

Bibliography
Véronique Ayrolles, François Décorchemont / Maître de la pâte de verre, 2006, éditions Norma, Paris, modèle similaire repr. p. 277

Provenance
Similar example at the National Museum of Decorative Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina (ex. B477/1928)

MANUFACTURE NATIONALE DE SEVRES – ANNE-MARIE FONTAINE – BONBONNIERE, 1922

BONBONNIERE, 1922
Polychrome and gilded porcelain, decorated with stylized branches and flowers
Designed by Dunaime
Decorated by Miss Anne-Marie Fontaine
Bearing manufacture and decoration stamps of 1922
Signed under its base A M Fontaine and the letter J
6 cm. high; 11 cm in diameter

Bibliography
Lechevallier-Chevignard, Georges “La Décoration Moderne à la Manufacture de Sèvres“, Ch. Massin & Cie Editeurs, Paris, s.d. pl.5

MAURICE MARINOT – “FLEURETTES” BOTTLE N°41, 1912

“FLEURETTES” BOTTLE N°41, 1912
Footed baluster bottle and its stopper, enameled blue, white and red flowers (roses and tulips) in glass, concentric lines on the stopper, neck, body and foot
Signed M.M. in enamel
17 cm. high

Provenance
Formerly in the Hoog collection

HENRI NAVARRE – VASE, CIRCA 1930

VASE, CIRCA 1930
Vase in a tubular shape, slightly arched in thick transparent glass with yellow powder inclusions, application of large petals molded in transparent glass
Signed by hand with a diamond point and numbered 766
22 cm. high; 12 cm in diameter

HENRI NAVARRE – VASE, CIRCA 1930

VASE, CIRCA 1930
Vase in a tubular shape, slightly arched in thick transparent glass with grey powder inclusions, application of large petals molded in transparent glass
Signed by hand with a diamond point and numbered 709
22 cm. high; 13 cm in diameter