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A turquoise glass jardiniere attributed to Legras, early 20th century. the jardiniere of oval compressed form with a faint internal flute and rib design, decorated with sprays of enamelled flowers in iron red, green and white colours with foliage and gilt
An enamel decorated vase attributed to Legras Et Cie, early 20th century. the long tapering vase to a spreading base flowing from a squared fire polished rim, with a design of sinuous trees and a lake in brown and rough cast textured green over a pale turq
An enamel decorated vase attributed to Legras Et Cie, early 20th century. the barrel shaped vase with a distinctive triangle point polished rim, with a design of sinuous trees and a lake in brown, apple green and rough cast textured olive over a pale amber
French glass vase signed Verjot possibly Legras Mont Joye, with etched frosted glass, painted with gilt overlay & decorated with a panel of Louis XVI. Condition good, minor wear to the base. Height 38 cm
A French Art Glass vase, circa mid 20th century, the tapering near cylindrical vase with enamelled decoration in the manner of Legras depicting a winter scene against a modulating amber sky, signed 'Jem' to the lower body, with a cut rim. Height 20
A pair of c.1900 French Legras green glass enamelled and gilded vases, tall tapered cylindrical form with compressed squat circular bases, enamelled and gilded Art Nouveau decoration of evening primroses. Height 29.5 cm. Note: this shape is documented in t
i) A Muller Freres Luneville glass vase c.1920-1930's France. Clear and frosted mottle glass. Signed stencilled mark 'Muller Freres Luneville'. Height 13.2 cm. Ii) A Legras enamelled glass vase c.1920-1930's France. Decorated in the snow scene pattern. Sig
A French Solifleur glass vase, circa late 19th to early 20th century, with indistinct signature, possibly Legras, the large solifleur vase with a low sheen textured finish and having a mottled amethyst brown and orange decor to the bulbous base, pulled and
A fine Art Deco glass vase by Legras, circa 1930, in clear olive the tapering bulbous vase with a long neck with a fire polished rim acid etched in a striking palm leaf design to the body and having a polished pontil; with the etched mark of Legras within
A fine Art Deco glass vase by Montjoye, circa 1931, by Auguste Heiligenstein for Mont Joye, St Denis, the baluster shaped vase in chartreuse to olive tonings acid etched with stylised roses over a swirling and random patterned ground, with a fire polished
A Legras glass vase, France, circa 1910, of ovoid shape with a pinched neck and fluted rim, in clear glass with a polychrome enamel scene in russet and amber of a winter forest landscape at sunset, the snowy base overglazing the painted Legras signature. H
A Legras glass vase, France circa 1900-1910, a slender necked clear vase with a flared base, polychrome enamelled in russet and lemon with an Art Nouveau cascade of foliage and tendrils to a floral design in yellow and green, the abbreviated Legras signatu
A enamel-decorated coloured glass vase by Legras, first half of the 20th century, the square rim above a long circular waisted neck and spreading base, the frosted orange neck and uncoloured frosted body divided by enamelled geometric decoration in brown,
A Le Gras three colour cameo vase, circa 1910, the elongated slender baluster body on spreading domed circular base cut and etched with trails of wisterio in tones of mauve and brown on a mottled milk glass ground, 64.5 cm high signed in cameo Le Gras
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