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A large English Art Deco blown glass vase by Gray-Stan (1926-1936), Battersea, London.
In salmon pink cloudy glass, it has large transparent whorls – an effect which demanded great technical skill.
Gray-Stan was a small London glass company. Called after its owner, Mrs Graydon-Stannus, it produced high end art glass – “luxury glass for the modern age” – which sold as far afield as New York and Toronto.
Height 9 inches
Width 8 inches
This is a a stunning Art Deco chandelier by Charles Schneider, also known as le Verre Français.
The central vasque and tulips are made of thick, blown pate-de-verre glass with beautiful white and pink gradations of colour. The suspension is in gilded brass.
The glass has an acid etched signature: SCHNEIDER. (This was the signature used for the company’s premium range of glass and was considered superior to “le Verre Français”).
Diameter of centre shade 35cm / 18 inches
Tulips 15 cm / 6 inches long
Ceiling drop 62 cm / 24 ½ inches
Excellent condition with perfect glass and all elements intact. Original cloth wiring will need to be changed out; not complicated, but we prefer to leave it to you.
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