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H: 18 cm, W: 15.9 cm
Not on Display
designed in 1927
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Gift of Otto W. Hilbert
Web Description: 
This style was also called Fougères (Ferns).
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass with aqua/grey enamel; mold-blown, enameled. Spherical vessel with slightly elongated neck, narrow opening with ground and polished lip; overall decoration of fern fronds in relief; overall matte surface and patination (except for lip); narrow slightly concave base, base rim ground and polished flat; no pontil; impressed in block letters curving around bottom of base: "R. LALIQUE"; inscribed in script on polished base edge: "R. Lalique France".