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French Art Deco Glass by Pierre D'Avesn a large opalescent Bird Charger C.1930's
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French Art Deco Glass by Pierre D'Avesn a large opalescent Bird Charger C.1930's

French Art Deco Glass by Pierre D'Avesn a large opalescent Bird Charger C.1930's

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bird of paradise : [opalescent glass]
birds : [antique glass]
art deco : [dishes]
art glass : [pressed glass]
art deco glass : [french art deco glass]
rene lalique : [lalique]
lighting : [side light]
antique novelty : [art glass]
table lamps : [novelty]
French art glass : [Peacock]
antique lighting : [collectibles]
Material : [art glass and bronzed]
Age : [1900-1940]
Original/Repro : [Original]
Type : [Charger]
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TrueGether Art Deco Glass : A large Pierre D'Avesn opalescent Charger C.1920's-30's A fine and substantial opalescent Art Deco charger, relief moulded with a bird of paradise, flower heads and scrolling ferns, the rim is embellished with a bead and wavy edge band. Pierre D'Avesn was apprentice to Rene Lalique at the age of 14 years Circa: 1920's-30's Good Antique Condition with a couple of scratches and slight fritting on edges commensurate with age and mentioned for accuracy, does not distract in any way but please see images 15 inches (38cm) dia approx Large and heavy item pick up welcome NW6/London - we also always refund any excess shipping charged D'Avesn, Pierre - Biography Pierre Gire, aka Pierre d'Avesn, was born in 1901. In the beginning, at 14 years old, he worked for Rene Lalique until the age of 24. During this period, he designed Lalique's famous "Serpent" vase as well as the "Tourbillons" vase, two of the most highly priced and extremely collectable pieces by "Lalique". In 1926, he left René Lalique and created his own models. His pieces were made by Cristallerie de Saint-Rémy. In 1930, Daum Freres asked him to take the artistic direction of their moulded glass department in their glassworks in Croismare, which he did until the famous strikes in 1936. In 1937, he took the management of Verlys, until the world war in 1940. From 1940, he worked on his own. His pieces were made by Cristallerie de Choisy-le-Roi (Sèvres). Surely, the most important French glass worker for moulded glass Art pieces along with René Lalique and Sabino. The pieces made by Pierre d'AVESN are increasingly sought after because of his quality of design and fabrication. Photo gallery click to enlarge