Posted 9 months ago
A bit out of my line, but . . . probably the most prolific and versatile designer of the Art Nouveau period. Both of these signed pieces were made c. 1910 in Daum's pate-de-verre. The second was commissioned by a store called Fouchons to serve as a "bomboniere" for its truffles and was "distressed" on purpose to look "antique". It can also be found in frosted, colorless glass. The dealer described it as "in the Deco style."