Camille Fauré Enamel Chrysanthemum Vase

  • This enamel vase was crafted by Camille Fauré's workshop in Limoges, France
  • Colorful enamel layered upon silver leaf foil and a copper base give this vase its luminosity
  • Camille Fauré created his own signature technique of enameling vases and plaques
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Item No. 31-6202

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Delicate orange chrysanthemum flowers bloom in this enameled vase by Camille Fauré. Executed using his signature technique, the vase's copper form is covered in silver leaf and richly colored enamel that give Fauré's pieces their unique luster. A celebrated enameler of the Art Deco era, Camille Fauré was among the most innovative designers of his age. Today, his coveted vases can be found in museum collections around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and the Corning Museum of Glass (New York). This example embodies his highly unique style.

This vase is pictured in Alberto Shayo's book Camille Fauré Limoges Art Deco Enamels: The Geometry of Joy, page 85.

Marked "C. Fauré / Limoges / France"

Circa 1930

5 7/8" diameter x 11” high
Camille Fauré Enamel Chrysanthemum Vase
Maker: Camille Fauré
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Enamels
Depth: 5.88 Inches
Width: 5.88 Inches
Height: 11.0 Inches
Style: Art Nouveau
Camille Fauré Enamel Chrysanthemum Vase
The Art Deco Enamels of Camille Fauré

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