Leune Daum Art Nouveau Enamelled Vase 1900s
This is a very substantial Leune Art Nouveau enamelled glass vase executed in violet. Leune was a Paris glassworks specialising in luxury enamelling. Daum often supplied the glass bodies. The finest pieces were produced during the Art Nouveau and Art Deco years, under the artistic direction of Auguste Heiligenstein (1891-1976), who was responsible for exceptional work in enamel.
This vase has a freehand enamel scene in violet with a forest glade scene, which continues around the body of the vase. Simply stunning.
Height 16 inches
Width at base 7 inches
1 in stock