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)

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

MARCEL GOUPY – VASES, CIRCA 1920

VASES, CIRCA 1920
Round vase on circular foot and small flaring neck, mottled light blue glass decorated with eight tears
in green enamel, the foot and neck outlined in green enamel
Signed underneath in enamel
14 cm.

Flattened footed vase in clear glass, polychrome decoration of a pair of birds framed by flowers and leaves
Signed underneath in enamel     Sold

Tapered cylindrical vase in mottled yellow glass decorated in polychrome enamel with three identical pairs
of parakeets and insects in flight
Signed in enamel underneath

Footed cylindrical vase with flaring neck, mottled yellow glass decorated with three medallions of stylized motifs
in black enamel, the rim and foot outlined in black enamel
Signed underneath in enamel

MAURICE MARINOT – VASE, MM N. 282, 1921

VASE, MM N. 282, 1921
Internally decorated footed thick glass vase
Signed
18 cm. high

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot Artisan Verrier, Catalogue raisonné de l’Oeuvre de verre, Les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 302

MAURICE MARINOT – FLATTENED BOTTLE, MM, N. 1015, 1925

FLATTENED BOTTLE, MM, N. 1015, 1925
Deeply etched flattened glass bottle
Signed
12.5 cm. high

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot Artisan Verrier. Catalogue raisonné de l’Oeuvre de verre, Les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 420

Exhibition
Jacques Seligman & C°, Twentieth Century Glass – American and European, New York, 1925, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1950

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – “SERPENTS” BOWL, 1925

“SERPENTS” BOWL, 1925
Model 260, A 108
Pâte de verre in mottled brown and amber
Impressed with the artist’s seal and numbered A108
12 x 30 cm.

Exhibition
Véronique Ayrolles, François Decorchemont, Maître de la pâte de verre, éditions Norma, 2006, other examples ill. pp. 6, 122, 123, 265

GEORGES DESPRET – YVONNE SERRUYS – “THE THREE GRACES”, CIRCA 1925

“THE THREE GRACES”,  CIRCA 1925
Monumental pâte de verre pedestal dish after a model by Yvonne Serruys representing the Three Graces holdind up a sea shell with green and orange highlights imitating mother-of-pearl, with the
base showing children blowing conch shells
Signed and numbered 940
40 cm. high
The shell: 31 cm. long

Exhibition
Sunderland Museum & Art Gallery, The Art of Glass: Art Nouveau to Art Deco, 17 July-27 October 1996

Bibliography
Gustave Kahn, Le goût moderne, November 1926, pp. 8-11: “Ainsi Mme Yvonne Serruys a donné le modèle d’une coupe haute, à large vasque étendue, exécutée dans les tons blancs du marbre ou la nacrure du coquillage, soutenue par les épaules
de porteurs nus, dont les pieds s’agrippent à un rocher mouvementé, et le verrier a obtenu des épreuves de colorations diverses, distinctes et toutes bien venues”
Victor Arwas, The Art of Glass, Andreas Papadakis, publisher, 1996, full page ill. p. 56

MAURICE MARINOT – AN IMPORTANT BOTTLE, 1923

AN IMPORTANT BOTTLE, 1923
Clear and acid-etched carved glass
Signed
With a certificate and a label marked n. 696 by Mrs Florence Marinot
18 cm. high

Exhibition
Bestiaire de verre, de la fin du XIXe siècle à nos jours, Musée du verre, Conches en Ouche, 9 March-24 November 2019, ill. pp. 36 & 37

Bibliography
Compare with a similar vase at the Kunstmuseum, Dusseldorf, ill. p. 308, n. 363 in European Art Glass par Ray & Lee Grover, published by Charles E. Tuttle Co. Rutland, Vermont, USA
Art Deco, Citadelles & Mazenod, 2009, p. 89
Yves Delaborde, Le Verre, art & design-XIXe-XXIe siècles, ACR édition, 2011, p. 89
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’œuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 260

MARCEL GOUPY – VASES, CIRCA 1920

VASES, CIRCA 1920
Baluster vase with small flaring neck, mottled blue glass decorated with three pairs of magpies on branches and several dragonflies in polychrome enamel
Signed underneath
27 cm. high

Large baluster vase in clear glass decorated with four birds and stylized flowerheads in polychrome enamel outlined in black
Signed in enamel
22.5 cm. high

Baluster vase in clear glass decorated with three pairs of parakeets against a stylized pattern of berries branches in polychrome enamel
Signed
21.5 cm.

MAURICE MARINOT – BOTTLE, MM 1358, 1927

BOTTLE, MM 1358, 1927
Flattened bottle in clear glass with inclusions of bubbles and powdered glass
Original stopper
Signed
17.5 cm. high

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 485

MAURICE MARINOT – VASE, 1922

VASE, 1922
Clear glass with an engraved decoration of tulips
Signed; with a certificate and a label marked n. 402 by Mrs Florence Marinot
17 cm. high

Exhibition
Infinite Obsessions, Barry Friedman Gallery, New York, 1999-2000

Bibliography
René Chavance, Maurice Marinot, peintre et verrier, L’Art et les Artistes, January 1923, p. 156
Yves Delaborde, Le Verre, art & design, XIX-XXIème siècles, ACR édition, 2011, p. 203
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 319

MAURICE MARINOT – BEAKER, MM 1912, N. 11, 1911

BEAKER, MM 1912, N. 11, 1911
Clear glass with an enamelled polychrome design of fruits
This piece was exhibited in a vitrine at Hebrard’s shop in Paris
12 cm. high

Exhibition
Salon d’automne, 1913

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 242

MARCEL GOUPY – VASES, CIRCA 1920

VASES, CIRCA 1920

Baluster vase with small flaring lip, clear glass decorated with three nude hunters chasing tigers
Black and orange enamel heightened with gold enamel
Signed underneath
15.5 cm.

Large flaring bowl, clear glass, rim decorated with a frieze of stylized leaves and fruits in polychrome
enamel highlighted in gold
Signed underneath   Sold

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – BOWL “ROSACE ET CHEVRONS”, MODEL 228, 1925

BOWL “ROSACE ET CHEVRONS”, MODEL 228, 1925
Pâte de verre in shade of brown and amber
Impressed with the artist’s seal and numbered A 150
13 x 21 cm.

Exhibition
L’Exposition de la verrerie Art Déco, Tokyo & Osaka, 1990, exhibition catalog n. 170, ill. p. 119

Bibliography
Véronique Ayrolles, François Décorchemont Maître de la pâte de verre, Editions Norma, Paris, 2006, ill. p. 116, p. 261

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – VASE “CARPES”, MODEL 179, 1923

VASE “CARPES”, MODEL 179, 1923
Pâte de verre in shade of green, amber and brown
Impressed with the artist’s seal and numbered 0457
Edition of 5
17.5 x 18.5 cm.

Bibliography
Véronique Ayrolles, François Décorchemont Maître de la pâte de verre, Editions Norma, Paris, 2006, ill. p. 116, p. 255

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – BOWL “DANSEUSES”, MODEL 250, 1925

BOWL “DANSEUSES”, MODEL 250, 1925
Pâte de verre in shade of brown and black with pink splashes
Impressed with the artist’s seal and numbered A 291
13 x 11 cm.

One example numbered A 122 is at the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia

Exhibition
Véronique Ayrolles, François Décorchemont Maître de la pâte de verre, Editions Norma, Paris, 2006, ill. p. 105, p. 264

FRANCOIS-EMILE DECORCHEMONT – BOWL “FRUITS”, MODEL 184, 1922

BOWL “FRUITS”, MODEL 184, 1922
Pâte de verre, light green with purple streaks
Impressed with the artist’s seal and numbered 0879
16.5 x 15 cm.

Bibliography
Véronique Ayrolles, François Décorchemont Maître de la pâte de verre, Editions Norma, Paris, 2006,
similar example ill. p. 268

Exhibition
L’Exposition de la verrerie Art Déco, Tokyo & Osaka, 1990, n. 169, ill. p. 118

MAURICE MARINOT – COUPE GLASS, 1920

COUPE GLASS, 1920
Clear frosted glass, decorated with four polychrome enamelled medallions featuring naked women,
the inside also with an enamelled decor, the foot circled with enamelled dots
Signed in enamel
With a certificate and a label marked n. 153 by Mrs. Florence Marinot
12 cm. high

Exhibition
Société des Artistes décorateurs, Paris, 1920

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de verre,
les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 83, p. 285

MAURICE MARINOT – VASE, 1921

VASE, 1921
White clear glass decorated with an enamelled medallion
Signed Marinot
With a certificate and a label marked n. 249 by Mrs. Florence Marinot
19.5 cm. high

Exhibition
Salon des artistes décorateurs, 1921
Strasbourg, 1921
Wiesbaden, 1921

Bibliography
La Renaissance de l’art français et des industries de luxe, May 1921, ill. p. 280
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot, Catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de verre, les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, ill. p. 87, p. 298

Provenance
M. Pelliot, 1926
Areta Kaufman, Florida, USA
Harvey Littleton, North Carolina, USA

MAURICE MARINOT – BOTTLE, MM N. 694, 1923

BOTTLE, MM N. 694, 1923
Deeply etched glass
Signed
15 cm. high

Bibliography
Félix Marcilhac, Maurice Marinot Artisan Verrier, Catalogue raisonné de l’Oeuvre de verre, Les éditions de l’amateur, 2013, repr. p. 364.

MARCEL GOUPY – VASES, CIRCA 1920

VASES, CIRCA 1920
Gourd shaped vase in mottled yellow glass decorated with three medallions of riverscapes in polychrome enamel
Signed underneath
24 cm. high

Baluster footed vase, clear glass with polychrome enamel trees
Signed
18 cm. high

Footed cylindrical vase with flaring neck, decorated with houses and trees against a blue sky in polychrome enamel
Signed underneath
22.5 cm. high