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five-o-clock-tea · 4 months ago
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René Lalique for House of Worth. Perfume bottle Dans la nuit (In the Night), c. 1924.
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designobjectory · 4 months ago
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Art Deco period Baccarat crystal liqueur decanter / carafe and stopper. Known as Cannelures Louis XVI, this faceted gilt pattern appeared in the 1916 Baccarat "Catalogue des Arts de la Table". 1916, France
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hckat · 3 months ago
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Art Nouveau - Daum Frères Glassworks table lamp (c.1902-04) by Louis Majorelle [x]
Louis Majorelle (1859-1926) French decorator and furniture designer
Gilt bronze & engraved glass
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French Art Glass Vase by Charles Schneider Glassworks, Epinay-sur-Seine, France, circa 1933.
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Charles Schneider Le Verre Francais Glass Vase, Epinay-sur-Seine, France, circa 1930.
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Charles Schneider Le Verre Francais Cardamines Trumpet Vase, Epinay-sur-Seine, France, circa 1925.
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Charles Schneider Mottled Orange and Amethyst Glass Tazza, Epinay-sur-Seine, France, circa 1922.
(via worthpoint.com)
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zhuanghongru · 11 months ago
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René Jules Lalique (6 April 1860 – 1 May 1945) was a French glass designer known for his creations of glass art, perfume bottles, vases, jewellery, chandeliers, clocks and automobile hood ornaments.
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five-o-clock-tea · a month ago
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René Lalique. Vase Oléron (Petits poissons), 1927. Photo by Duncan Price. Steven and Roslyn Shulman collection.
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vintagehomecollection · 11 months ago
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Candy shades - chiefly mint - color the bedroom, centered on a great fourposter bed. Seashells and other little mementos are enclosed in two glass tables.
The French Touch: Decoration and Design in the Most Beautiful Homes in France, 1988
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rooseveltbears · 2 months ago
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A very tiny yellow mohair pooch. Glass eyes, all jointed, in little white wool felt coat. - Sold. I love dogs. Sharing some of my archives this month of Teddy Bears I've made and sold. Thank you to all my patrons.
It is a joy to make something and make someone so happy! -- Cathy Peterson.
The Roosevelt Bear Co. ~ Established 1986 in Ventura ~ California ~ USA
All original designs for mohair, wool and vintage fabric toys and teddy bears.
©1986-2021 Cathy Peterson, all rights reserved.
Any bears I have for sale are available for sale at ebay.
** You may request permission to use this photo or photos by sending me a message here at tumblr. Thank you, CP
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designobjectory · 7 months ago
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R. LALIQUE PEACOCK BLUE BORROMEE VASE. Circa 1928. Engraved R. Lalique France
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acewindowshenderson · 26 days ago
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Home Window Repair
2153 Fountain Springs Dr Henderson NV 89074 info@acewindowshenderson.com (702) 906-0526 Monday - Sunday 8:00AM - 9:00PM
Ace Windows is a local business specializing in window repair, window replacement, and various glass services. We provide top-notch home and commercial glass window repair services in Nevada, offering the best price in the market. Our highly-trained installers can handle any window repair Henderson, NV project entrusted to us. Whatever the style or size of your window, we can install, repair, and replace it for you. With us, you will receive exceptional customer service, quick response, top-caliber work, and the best value for your money. As a way to give back to the community who shared their trust and confidence in us for decades, we ensure that each client gets only the best service.
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everything-creative · 2 years ago
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Irma table lamp by Rémi Casado
The French designer Rémi Casado created this Irma called table lamp, that is made of a ceramic base and glass sphere. The handcrafted glass sphere emphasizes the artisan craftsmanship and uses the hand made irregularities to create an object that appears to be a large bubble of water.
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