1 May 1997
PATE DE VERRE
An early pate de verre vase
By Albert Dammouse, Sevres, circa 1900/1
Slender cup-shaped, moulded in low relief with fronds of seaweed, coloured rust brown with deep sea-green blended into the speckled creamy white body
4 3/8in. (11.3cm.) high
Impressed cipher Dammouse surrounding S for Sèvres
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Cf: Art et Decoration, Vol. IX, Jan-June 1901, p. 60, similar vase illustrated in an article entitled La Céramique à L'Exposition 1900 Paris.
Please note the estimate on this lot should read 2,000-3,000 and not 2,000-5,000 as printed in the catalogue.
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