Top Pewter Vase "Young woman picking a water lily" signed P. Jean, Art Nouveau - Early 20th century

20th century
Art Nouveau
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Important pewter flower vase from the Art Nouveau period signed P.Jean.
    This vase with curved contours and a strongly elliptical body has a flared and eventful spout from which streams of water emerge on the sides.
    The walls of this elegant vase are carved with perfectly crafted lilies, narcissus and relief foliage.
    Clinging to a rod, a young girl rests leaning forward on the large body of the vase. She holds a water lily in her left hand, which she gazes intently.
    Lightly dressed in a drape, the graceful young lady reveals a childish face surrounded by supple hair held in a bun.
    Poetic and charming, this unique work will delight lovers of delicate and romantic decorations.

    Period: Early 20th century
    Excellent condition.
    Can be shipped by Colissimo with careful packaging and appropriate protection (price: 50 €)

    Height: 51cm
    Width: 18cm
    Depth: 22cm

    Weight: 3.6Kg

    REF. 44 T

    Ref: AD68HVLDE1

    Condition Good
    Style Art Nouveau (Decorative objects of Art Nouveau Style)
    Period 20th century (Decorative objects 20th century)
    Artist P. JEAN
    Width (cm) 18
    Height (cm) 51
    Materials Tin
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France
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