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Dragonfly Storm, ca. 1900

Earthenware
10 1/2 × 3 1/2 in
26.7 × 8.9 cm
Unique
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New York
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Jason Jacques Gallery
New York
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This shape of this vase has been carefully selected to illustrate dragonflies (or damselflies) …

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This shape of this vase has been carefully selected to illustrate dragonflies (or damselflies) swarming. Although we usually experience these insects in small numbers, dragonflies congregate, often in large numbers, to harvest, when there exists a glut of food, often mosquitoes. The four flattened sides of this tall …

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Clément Massier
French, 1845–1917
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Born into a family of ceramists, Clément Massier took an interest in the business from an early …

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Born into a family of ceramists, Clément Massier took an interest in the business from an early age. In 1884, after years of work, study, and travel, he relocated his share of the family firm to Golfe-Juan and began producing Hispano-Moresque-influenced pottery, with silver and copper oxide glazes made iridescence in …

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Jason Jacques Gallery
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This shape of this vase has been carefully selected to illustrate dragonflies (or damselflies) …

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This shape of this vase has been carefully selected to illustrate dragonflies (or damselflies) swarming. Although we usually experience these insects in small numbers, dragonflies congregate, often in large numbers, to harvest, when there exists a glut of food, often mosquitoes. The four flattened sides of this tall …

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Clément Massier
French, 1845–1917
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Born into a family of ceramists, Clément Massier took an interest in the business from an early …

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Born into a family of ceramists, Clément Massier took an interest in the business from an early age. In 1884, after years of work, study, and travel, he relocated his share of the family firm to Golfe-Juan and began producing Hispano-Moresque-influenced pottery, with silver and copper oxide glazes made iridescence in …

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Dragonfly Storm, ca. 1900

Earthenware
10 1/2 × 3 1/2 in
26.7 × 8.9 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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