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|27 March 17|
MetalcladVery unusual Acid Cut Back clear Legras vase with very complex metal casing with Fleur-de-lis c1895 c9 inches tall. Price £750
Legras Syracuse VioletsStunning pair of green Legras Acid Cut-back, gilded and enamel vases, in the shape called Syracuse, c 8 inches tall c1898 signed 'Mount Joye' Price £1,500pr
Legras DelftClassic pair of Legras blue enamel on white Delft vases depicting a Dutch landscape with windmill c 10 inches tall, c1900. Price £980pr
Legras DelftFine Legras blue enamel on white Delft centrepiece vase depicting a Dutch seascape with ships c 8 inches across , c1900. Price £395
Legras IndianaDefinitely the best piece of Legras we have ever seen: a Indiana trough vase, cameo cut poppies in opal/opaque red and aventurine green with gilding, c13 inches across, c1898. Price £2,200
Legras - Acid Cut BackSmall c 3 inches tall green acid cut back rose bowl with gilded floral decoration signed c1899. Price £275
Legras MarigoldFine Legras, acid cut back, gilded and enamel, Marigold vase, c5 inches tall, signed, c1898. Price £595
Legras PlanterStunning four footed enamelled and variegated Legras planter, around 10 inches across, they first displayed this range at the 1900 Paris exhibition, minor polishing to one foot. Price £895.
Legras ThistleMagnificent and monumental Legras flowering thistle vase, c15 inches tall, gilded and enamel (we've had version of this vase before, but never so large) c1898. Price £1,500
Legras - Green and gildedCute Legras vase in green and gilded with foliage c1899, c 5 inches tall, Price £360
Legras - Cameo ButterflyStunning Legras cameo vase/rose bowl c4 inches tall in reds depicting butterflies and stylised flowers, c1910. Price £395
Legras - WhiteStunning Legras vase enamelled with stylised flowers on an unusual near opaque white ground, c6 inches tall, c1910, Price £360
Legras EmpireEarly Legras vase c1890, red on white with classic empire gilded decoration, 5-6 inches tall. Price £480
Legras EnamelUnusual Legras enamel open bowl c1900, click on image for close up, around 9 inches across, signed. Price £300
Legras CameoNice medium sized Legras acid cutback/cameo vase, in art deco style, c1920 signed in cameo around 6 inches tall, it comes with a letter of provenance stating it was from the personal collection of an important Emile Galle employee (signed by his descendant). Price £665
Legras - Goupy PatternStunning medium large acid etched cameo vase, by Legras with bright polychrome enamelling displaying bluebells in the style Legras called 'Goupy' c1920. Signed in cameo, around 8 inches tall, Price £595.
Legras - VioletsRare an unusual tall gilded cameo and enamelled 'violets' Legras vase, in gold, green, purple and orange, signed in cameo, around 6 inches tall, one long and one short open bubble typical of this kind of finish. (see Michel p208-209 item 194-187 for different shape versions) c1900, price £580.
Legras - Decanter and four glassesStunning green and clear 'Snow Drop' Legras decanter and four glasses, enamelled in gold white and violet, decanter 8.5 inches tall, c1898, price £300 the set.
Schneider - berlouzeStunning Schneider striped soli-fleur c1919, c 7 inches tall, signed with the tricolor Price £295.
Schneider - Jade BowlRare early Schneider 'Jade' turned out finger bowl, pinks and oranges, signed with early amphora signature, just over 4 inches across, c1918 Price £240.
Schneider - Jade BowlYet another cute Schneider 'Jade' turned out finger bowl, just over 4 inches across, oranges reds and purple, signed, c1920 Price £220.
Schneider - Applied GlassStunning and very unusual Schneider decanter and pair of glasses, with applied pie-ball black blobs, decanter is signed -decanter is c7 inches tall, produced c1922, price £525 the set.
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