Circa 1925 French pate de verre dresser box in mottled acid finished satin glass will add verve to any decor.
An inner layer of glass with orange and purple powdered glass enamels is encased in an outer layer of clear, acid finished satin glass.
Although unsigned, a couple factories in France produced this type of glass. Paul Daum who purchased a factory in Croismare (Verreries d'Lorrain) with Pierre d'Avesn as his manager made a range of press-molded products including vases, bowls, comports and lighting. The Paul Daum factory sold glass under the name Lorrain. One other company is Muller Frères, who was also established in Croismare and produced a wide variety of glassware, both utilitarian and decorative. Andre Delatte produced Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass at his small glassworks at Jarville, near Nancy France in the 1920’s.
Measures approximately 5-3/4" diameter x 3-1/2" tall. This is a very nice quality French Art Deco dresser box with good weight having no chips or repairs
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