Enamel Landscape Vase by Camille Fauré and Alexandre Marty

  • A vibrant landscape covers this exceptional enamel vase by Camille Fauré and Alexandre Marty
  • Fauré's creations started with a copper base, onto which layers of bright enamel were applied
  • Fauré's vases are highly collectible due to their one-of-a-kind nature
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Item No. 31-3428

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An enameled landscape awash with the soft light of dusk decorates this vase by the renowned Camille Fauré. It demonstrates Fauré's signature raised enameling, which is achieved by applying silver leaf and an enamel paste to a copper form and “building it” before firing. The copper base and silver leaf give the enamel a luminous quality, making this vase's brilliantly hued foliage and sky all the more vibrant and eye-catching.

This creation was made in collaboration with the artist Alexandre Marty, who, along with his daughter Henriette, worked with Fauré between 1919 and 1925. During this time, Fauré and Marty developed new enamel production methods that involved both flamed and frosted enamels. Today, Fauré's enamels can be found in museum collections around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum (London) and the Corning Museum of Glass (New York).

Signed "Fauré. Marty. Limoges"

Circa 1920

3 1/2" diameter x 10" high
Enamel Landscape Vase by Camille Fauré and Alexandre Marty
Maker: Camille Fauré
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Vases/Vessels
Depth: 3.5 Inches
Width: 3.5 Inches
Height: 10.0 Inches
Style: Art Deco

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