Manufacturer Daum Frères French

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Daum Frères, based in the eastern French city of Nancy, is a commercial glassmaking company founded in 1875. In the late nineteenth century the firm became known for its innovative wares in the Art Nouveau style. After World War I, Daum turned to making bold acid-etched designs like this one—clearly influenced by Maurice Marinot—in an effort to remain competitive and up-to-date.

Vase, Daum Frères (French), Glass

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