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Art Nouveau2550 of 2868BRONZE GLATT: SOME DOCUMENTED SHAPES IMaurice Dufrene Large Cast Bronze Art Nouveau Vase
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Posted 4 years ago


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A very early decor. Bronze iridescence over red glass. Polished pontil. The first: 10" tall; the second, 8" tall. I also have the first in green Papillon. These early decors and shapes are quite well documented in the design book.


  1. famatta127 famatta127, 4 years ago
    This decor is much richer in color saturation when viewed in person. And the Rubin color is much more uncommon than the "bronce" or "creta". Two great pieces.
  2. famatta127 famatta127, 4 years ago
    Some of the best examples of this decor, with great pics, can be seen here by Deb/LoetzDance. They give you a better idea of the true color.
  3. LoetzDance LoetzDance, 4 years ago
    Examples of this decor are indeed hard to come by. The decor name "Rubin Matteiris" doesn't seem to it justice though. When I purchased my first piece I didn't realize that the glass was rubin. Al told me to hold it up to the light and sure enough there was a bubble that let me see the red through the bronze matteiris finish. The rubin glass brings out amazing deep purples and gold highlights making these pieces look rich and exotic. Thanks for the compliment on the photos, T.

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