Vase with Metal Mount

Object Name: 
Vase with Metal Mount

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Object Name: 
Vase with Metal Mount
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Accession Number: 
Overall (including mount) H: 13.6 cm, W: 9.2 cm, D: 8.1 cm
On Display
about 1890
Primary Description: 
Smoky transparent glass, bronze (?), gilding; blown, gilded, assembled. Straight-sided oval vase of smoky transparent glass with "japonisme"-style gilded decoration consisting of four tall bamboo shoots, one grouping of tigerlilies, and two birds in flight; band of gilded hatched decoration at top and bottom of vase; rim gilded. Vase securely mounted on gilded-bronze(?) metal stand with four feet decorated with flowers.
Kunst-und Auktionhaus Dr. Jurgen Fischer, Source
5551/4 / 188A
paper label
base gummed rectangular paper label
Vases made by Verreries at Cristalleries de Baccarat (2011-02) illustrated, p. 33;
Europaisches Glas und Studioglas (2010-03-20) illustrated, p. 117, #332; BIB# 113429