- Creator / Artist / Designer:Paul Bernard
- Signature / Monogram:no
- Issuer / Manufacturer:Verreries de Scailmont (Belgium)
- MarK / Label:no
- Period:20th Century / 1920 - 1940
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):17cm x 14cm
- Weight:3 Kg
- Number of components:1
- Style:Art Deco, Constructivism, Modernist
- Materials:Glass, Metal, Silver
Art Deco Ball vase with modernist decor engraved with sandblast, mauve color called plum.
Original mounted with silver collar "staircase" from the DELHEID goldsmithery in Brussels (Belgium), perfectly fitting inside and outside of it.
Very thick quality, deep engraving, very probably a work of PAUL BERNARD or CHARLES CATTEAU for the glassworks of Scailmont (Belgium),
In perfect condition.
The Scailmont glassworks was created in 1901 in Manage in Belgium.
She opened a Decorative Art department in 1924 and from 1925, under the direction of CHARLES CATTEAU (Boch Frères Kéramis ceramics), master glassmakers such as PAUL BERNARD (GOBENA), Henri Heemskerk, Paul Heller, Robert Hofman Léon Mairesse will participate in the flight and development of the company.
Various techniques will be practiced there, in particular sandblasting, pressed molded or blown glass, enameled glass partitioned and released with acid. Working according to the modern methods of the time and in the spirit of Daum glassworks and crystal glassworks in Nancy, René Lalique, Jean Luce, André Delatte, Artver, Legras ...