Rare vase by Paul Nicolas signed \art deco era. \Rare vase of the first production of Nicolas Paul just after leaving the company to Emile gallé, this vase is made at the home of Paul Nicolas at 64 rue de Nancy republic with a gross of crystal saint-louis. Vase pulp multilayer blown glass, etched cameo and satin by the acid with a slightly glossy finish by polishing. It is given a beautiful setting turning and falling from a vine with sinuous branches and bunches of grapes; the assembly is. Finely etched cameo multilayer acid with a slightly glossy finish by polishing.Ovoid vase rumen bulbous and tapered narrowing on a circular collar. Beautiful multilayer color with a white to light purple and a gradient decorative light purple to dark purple.
Sublime and rare engraved signature cameo acid on the body: st louis nancy underlined by a stroke. The vase is in very good condition. Rare piece part of the first production of \Between 1919 and 1920 vintage art deco. Diameter of the body: 8.4 cm. Neck diameter: 3.8 cm.
Price of delivery: France: 18 euros, Europe: 25 EUR International: 48 euros. The First World War where Paul Nicolas mobilized from the beginning, an important break in his life: in 1919, he leaves the company gallé with three other artists: mercer Villermaux and Windeck, to create his own company: the combined burners (this association will be dissolved in 1923, the other three artists returning to gallé institutions).
It contracts with the glassworks of St.-Louis, who provide the raw on the basis of his command, and he works at his home at 64 Rue de la République in Nancy, where he set up his studio. For a year, he used the saint-louis nancy signature, then argental accompanied in principle a cross of Lorraine to distinguish its production of the glassworks, which also use signing argental. The company enjoyed great success until the 1929 crisis, which also coincides with public disaffection for the new art.It separates gradually its employees but continued its production until 1952, with an interruption during the Second World War. Paul Nicolas (glassmaker) born in 1875 and died in 1952 in Nancy, he worked as an employee for Emile gallé before going on his own. He received many awards in his career, including a bronze medal at the 1900 Universal Exhibition, the medal of honor at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris in 1925, the Medal of France best worker in 1936 and the gold medal at the international exhibition of arts and techniques 1937. It is in the \The seller is \This item can be shipped to the following countries: america, europe, asia, australia.