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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

MANUFACTURE NATIONALE DE SEVRES – “VASE D’IGNY B”, 1921

“VASE D’IGNY B”, 1921
“Femme aux fleurs”
Shape designed by Alexandre Sandier, 1897
Decor by Robert Bonfils
Decorator: Marcel-Jean Piquet, 1921
Bearing the monogram MP (Marcel-Jean Piquet)
23.5 cm. high

Bibliography:
Lechevallier-Chevignard, Georges La Décoration Moderne à la Manufacture de Sèvres, Ch. Massin & Cie Editeurs, Paris, s.d. pl. 4
Les Oeuvres de la Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres, Vol. III, Les Vases et pièces décorées, ill., référence 2050 & 2051

MULLER FRERES – CHAPELLE – TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1925

TABLE LAMP, CIRCA 1925
Wrought iron and molded blown glass on original marble base
Signed Chapelle Nancy 
51.5 cm. high
40 cm. deep

Exhibition
Bestiaire de verre, de la fin du XIXe siècle à nos jours, Musée du verre, Conches en Ouche, 9 March- 24 November 2019, pp. 40 & 41

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

ROGER CHAYLAX – UNUSUAL CABINET, 1931

UNUSUAL CABINET, 1931
Featuring a sphere carved out of a solid piece of wood below four winged angels holding a smaller sphere, the upright structure flanked by two sirens playing the trumpet resting on a stepped square base with inlays of sea creatures and weeds
Signed R. Chaylax and dated 1931
140 cm. high

Probably executed for the 1931 Exposition Coloniale in Paris

MANUFACTURE NATIONALE DE SEVRES – D’ALENCON VASE, 1926-1936

VASE, 1926-1936
Model: D’ALENCON
Shape designed by: Alexandre Sandier, 1906
Decorated by: Adrien-Auguste Leduc, decorator at Sèvres from 1923 until 1948
After a design by François Quelvée

Glazed ceramic, with a stylized decor of woman in an exotic landscape
Bearing the manufacturing marks Made in France and S 1926 DN (for pâte dure nouvelle)
and decorating marks Manufacture Nationale RF Décoré à Sèvres 1936
Signed in the decor A. Leduc d’ap. F. Quelvée
90 cm. high
37 cm. diameter

We are not aware of the existence of another similar vase. Vessels of that size were extremely difficult to manufacture

Exhibition
Sèvres – Elégance du 20ème siècle. L’Exposition des porcelaines de style Art Déco,
Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, 2 October-19 December 1993, n. 21 in the exhibition catalogue

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