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Glassmaker Crucible Nancy Cameo Glass Creuset 1900 Art Nouveau







 

    Glassmaker crucible in fireproof clay for an cameo glass artist of Nancy school made by Creuset in 1900's Art Nouveau period. It's stamped in front from the potter Creusets. The molten glass has left some glaze marks. Worn it has been offered to a Nancy's hardware dealer an use as brush pot. 12 1/2" high 6 1/4" diameter.

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For our French-speaking friends: Creuset à pâte de verre, d'un verrier de Nancy vers 1900. Il est en terre réfractaire, signé de son potier dans le cartel du haut du tampon Creusets. Le verre en fusion a laissé quelques glaçures. Fragilisé, il a été donné à un quincaillier de Nancy qui l'a utilisé comme pot à pinceau. Hauteur 31.5 cm, diamètre 15.8 cm.

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