Daum Michel, Nancy, France, Cristallerie de Nancy, coupe in clear crystal, signed, 1950s
Daum Michel, Nancy, France, Cristallerie de Nancy, coupe in clear crystal, signed, 1950s

Cristallerie de Nancy Michel Daum

L 24.5 cm W 12.2 cm H 12 cm

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 500,00

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During the second W.O. the factory stopped producing art glass and only medical glass was made. After that, Paul Daum continued the factory and started the first production in revival art deco style. Often objects were made with a geometric shape of thick, clear crystal (glass with 30% lead), but also colored glassware in pâte de verre. After Paul’s death in 1944, his brother Henri and a son of Antonin Daum, Michel, took over the company and renamed it “Cristallerie de Nancy”. They turned to the production of clear, colorless crystal, a procedure developed by Antoine Froissart, of very high quality and usually without decoration. The crystal was thick, transparent and shiny. Daum crystal is the only company that still uses the pâte de verre technique. The crystalline still exists but is now in foreign hands. Shown is a large elongated ornamental dish in pure crystal designed by Michel Daum, Nancy, France. It is a thick-walled pure transparent object with a smooth graceful line formation and is three times lobed on one side, ending in a raised handle. It stands on a thick high round base. It is hand-engraved on the base with “Daum ‡ France”. This signature indicates a first choice product. The object can be dated around 1950.

Condition: minimal traces of use at the bottom, otherwise perfect.

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