Clematites (Clematis)

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Object Name: 
Clematites (Clematis)
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Overall H: 16.5 cm, W: 17.7 cm, D: 12.5 cm
On Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Marie-Claude Lalique
Primary Description: 
Colorless, translucent lavender opalescent lead glass; blown into mold, acid-etched. Ovoid colorless vase, with slightly flattened sides; rim ground and polished flat; two opposite sides have applied pressed stylized clematis blossom in lavender opalescent glass; each flower is ground and polished flush with rim; acetate label near rim printed in black block letters: "LALIQUE/PARIS"; tapers to a point at base; base ground and polished flat; no pontil; four small circular felt pads; inscribed on base edge in script: "Lalique c France"; white paper label on base with hand written numbers in blue ink: "12341".
Lalique, Marie-Claude (French, 1935-2003), Source
Jacques Jugeat, Inc., Source