Art Deco Etaleune, Paris, France, Vase


Lovely Art Deco French vase in very good condition: frosted acid-etched glass in the forme du jupe ('skirt shape'), with feuilles en pointes de lance decorations, signed 'ETALEUNE, Paris, France' on the base relief.

The name is derived from the manufacturer, 'ETAblissements LEUNE', located at 28 bis, rue du Cardinal Lemoine, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris.  From 1900 to 1930, its glassworks produced objects and vases made of blown, pressed, and moulded glass.  Paul Daum (son of Auguste Daum) is said to have led the company in the early 1920s; the company's art director Auguste Claude Heiligenstein created a large number of models between 1923 and 1926.  Like many glassworks, Heilgenstein created a large number of models between 1923 and 1926.  Like many glassworks. Leune closed down after the financial crisis of 1929, and the company was finally dissolved in December 1931.

Outside diameter of top of vasemeasures 2".

DIMENSIONS: 6.00" H x 5.00" W x 4.00" D
YEAR: Art Deco Period
CONDITION: Excellent. A few barely visible nibbles to inner rim of top of vase.
POSTAGE AND PACKAGING: Prices are available on request.
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