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    Posted 7 years ago

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    For Paris1925 (and other collectors!).

    Another from my Grand-Mother, mounted as a lamp, but not drilled of course, only glued on a brass base for stability.

    Signature etched as shown, nearly 52 cm high in itself.

    It is my bedroom highlight ;-)

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    1. paris1925 paris1925, 7 years ago
      super kyra!!!!! et le pied en bronze ça devrait etre de rene jules cayette..... ma jardiniere!!! regarde bien-) daum premiere periode signature de 1904 à 1914 gravée à la roue., on peu voir le pied sans l'abat jour? si c'est un vase,ou si c'est bien un pied de lampe ? ( detail du col stp-)

      thanks kyra for sharing thse wonderfull pieces-)
    2. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Non, non, Paris, le socle n'est pas du tout d'époque, c'était bien un vase!
      Ma mère l'a fait monter avec sa "tomate" en 1980.
      Thank you a lot for the signature info :-)
    3. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Exact shape there, last pic:
    4. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Many thanks to:
      Jewels, walksoftly, Sklo42, Belltown, Paris (XO!) and Trey for loving my treasure :-)
    5. TinaL TinaL, 7 years ago
      Je n'aurais jamais osé convertir une telle pièce. Super ideé.
    6. paris1925 paris1925, 7 years ago
      re, jme suis dit apres coup que ca pouvait etre posterieur.... ca bave un peu le ciment-) sous daum ca serait pas passé ce petit detail-)
    7. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      TinaL, thank you dear compat' expat' ;-)
      Nothing which could not be reversible! Never mutilate a work of art...

      Paris, pas du ciment, de la colle bête!
    8. Jewels Jewels, 7 years ago
      Did your grandmother have this done? If so, I see this wonderful creative genius runs in the family! : )
    9. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      When my mother decided to redecorate her flat, she brought a lot of antiques to a lamp/shades maker to be electrified (without drilling or alter them!).
      We always loved to use our objects :-)
    10. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Forgot to thank you for your adorable compliment :-)
    11. Jewels Jewels, 7 years ago
      You're welcome! I love it, and the most perfect lampshade as well!
    12. SEAN68 SEAN68, 7 years ago
      wow this is a "STUNNER"!!
    13. fortapache fortapache, 7 years ago
      Il faut que mon francais est tres mal. Mais je sais tres bien. J'aime beaucoup.
    14. racer4four racer4four, 7 years ago
      Love love love!
    15. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Sean, stunning comment ;-) thank you, sweetie!
      Wp, I'm delighted from your visit and sweet words, will write your name beside the signature ! :-P
      Fortapache, merci mille fois!
      Racer, lovely contribution, hope you are fine!
    16. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Paris, new pic of the top...
    17. paris1925 paris1925, 7 years ago
      thanks kyra-) nice top as youv'e posted last day-) (mais il me semble qu'il a reçu un leger meulage pour une meilleure assise du systeme de lampe)

      i just got my morning arrival, vase "a la cruche cassée" "the broken jug" by rené jeandelle for rambervillers-)

      have agood day -)

    18. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      AARGH! They weren't supposed to modify it!!!
      Waiting to see your new addition! ;-)
    19. paris1925 paris1925, 7 years ago
      kyra, les vases daum sont toujours arrondis au col tout comme les gallé, schneider, muller et autres verreries soufflées de grands nom (le col est en fait à l'opposé de la canne du souffleur, qui avec une ciseau ouvre la paraison "bulle" et travaille ainsi l'ouverture du vase, puis c'est remis au chaud tout en tournant la pièce. pour les pièces soufflées-moulées, c'est l'inverse, le col est au niveau de la canne, le cul est au fond du moule, le col est désolidarisé de la cane avec un petit filet de verre en fusion et un petit choc libère la pièce, le col est ensuite meulé (pour les pièces bas de gamme) puis poli pour les pièces de meilleurs qualité. *les cols sont plats meulés, polis et avec un biseau de 2 mm à l'intérieur et à l'extérieur lorsqu'il sont prévus en pied de lampe dès l'origine. il y a aussi chez daum des pièces en haut relief, pièces soufflées-moulées avec des couches intercalaires (2 a 3), soufflées dans un moule puis reprise à la cane fixée au pontil, le haut du vase est retravaillé à chaud.... comme le vase aux marroniers un de mes préféré.

      kyra the daum vases are always rounded to the neck just like gallé, schneider, blown glass muller and other great name (the cervix is actually the opposite of cane blower, which opens with a chisel parison "bubble "and so works the opening of the vase, then it is delivered warm while turning the piece. for blown-molded parts, it is the opposite, the cervix is at the cane, the ass is bottom of the mold, the neck is separated from the duck with a small molten glass net and a little shock discharges the piece, the collar is then buffed (for low-end pieces) and polished for better quality parts. * passes are ground flat, polished and with a bevel of 2 mm inside and outside are provided when lamp base from the beginning. there was also among the daum in high relief coins, coins blown-molded with intermediate layers (2 to 3), blown into a mold and then taken to the pontil cane attached to the top of the vase is reworked hot .... like the vase to one of my favorite chestnuts.

    20. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Very good translation my dear :-)
      Encore une fois fantastique documentation, merci! (Mais aargh quand même, j'avais même pas remarqué...)
    21. paris1925 paris1925, 7 years ago
      say thanks to google translator-) i'm not able to writ that technical things in english.... well 2 new babies arrived yest-) the jeandelle vase and just picked up a wonderful (probably) loetz vase-)
    22. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Many thanks to all new lovers! and Happy Thanksgiving to all :-)
    23. Roycroftbooksfromme1, 7 years ago
    24. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      What a marvelous movie Roycroft, thank you so much for sharing :-)
    25. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Thanks Lundy :-)
    26. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Phil, many thanks for your love :-)
    27. trunkman trunkman, 7 years ago
      I know I have been true to myself and really love something when I pass by it again many days later and go to press "love" only to discover that I already have... so I "Love" this beautiful lamp truthfully...
    28. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Oooh, thank you soo much CindB and trunkman for your warmest comment (and iterative love, lol!)
    29. trunkman trunkman, 7 years ago
      kyratango -- okay ms. "smartypants" -- I have an English Literature degree from a prestigious university and I had to look up the word "iterative" -- and you say English is your second language -- Ohh la la, LOL....
    30. kyratango kyratango, 7 years ago
      Lol! Wasn't sure this word exists in English but felt it better than "repeated"...
    31. vintagelamp vintagelamp, 6 years ago
      This is very nice! I do not think that I have actually ever seen one but have heard the name.
    32. Hedgewalker Hedgewalker, 6 years ago
      Wow !!!
    33. kyratango kyratango, 6 years ago
      Thanks Hedge ;-)

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