Charles Schneider Cameo Orange & Blue Jardiniere Vase 1920s Candy Cane Mark




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Charles Schneider Cameo Orange & Blue Jardiniere Vase 1920s Candy Cane Mark:
$2999.99


Rare Le Verre Francais cameo glass vase by Charles Schneider, Orange & Blue Jardiniere Vase 1920s. Fabulous model as seen in the following published catalogue: Joulin / Maier: Book Charles Schneider, Le Verre Francais – Charder This French art deco cameo vase was made Ca. 1920s by Master Verrier Charles Schneider (1881–1962). Blown glass mottled/ground overlaid with citrus/orange changing to cobalt blue at the top. The upper layer is acid etched and wheel carved. Essentially, the glass is internally streaked in a quite subtle citrus/ burnt orange overlaid in a vibrant indigo cut design. It has a wide rectangular opening with broad sloping shoulders which tapers downward to a flat base. On the base you can see the the tri color (red, white and blue) candy cane mark known as the Berlingot signature which is from his earlier works. The cane mark is also representative of the French Flag. Charles Schneider was born in Chateau-Thierry, near Paris, on 23rd February 1881. Condition: Very Good Vintage, commensurate with age. No chips, cracks or repairs. Light signs of surface wear, and surface variations; and wear/marks to underside or base. Otherwise, any other imperfections are what you typically find in handmade pieces as a result of the original manufacturing process. Dimensions: ~4" h x 7 1/4" l x 4" wWeight: ~1 lb 15oz. Hallmarked: Yes, authentic Le Verre Francais mark. Prominent “candy cane” signature mark to the base (as shown) – embedded in the surface of the base. Please note that all photographs are part of the description, so please carefully review all of them. In some cases, there may be white spots, imperfect color or possible distortion due to lighting, flash, etc. Happy to answer questions and/or to provide additional pictures upon request.

Charles Schneider Cameo Orange & Blue Jardiniere Vase 1920s Candy Cane Mark:
$2999.99

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