Art Nouveau antique marmorean lamp attributed to Daum

Attributed to Daum (French, founded in 1878)

£4,500

This splendid antique glass lamp brilliantly demonstrates the high creativity of the Art Nouveau period, a trait that similarly characterises Daum's distinctive work.

 

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Description

The glass lamp takes a mushroom shape, and has been moulded from acid-etched and wheel-carved glass. The finish on the glass gives the appearance of marble, hence the 'marmorean' designation. Daum was one of the finest workshops operating at the turn of the 20th Century in France, and is one of the names most associated with the French Art Nouveau period.

Details

Artist / Maker
Attributed to Daum (French, founded in 1878)
Country of Origin
French
Date of Manufacture
c. 1900
Period
Early 20th Century
Style
Art Nouveau
Material
Glass
Colour
Green, Red

Dimensions

Height
38 cm / 15 inches
Diameter
18 cm / 7.1 inches

Reference:
N-0044

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