Schneider, Camelias chalice

Schneider, Camelias chalice

ITEM # 2812011

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Schneider, Medallion vase

Schneider, Medallion vase

ITEM # 2712013

Schneider produced many colorful vases, but only a small percentage of them had Asian-inspired wheel-carved applications. It's an amazing example of padding and intricate wheel-carving done by the most skilled craftsmen. It's killer, with fabulous work, color, shape and size at 16" tall. Engraved signature "Schneider" on the top of the foot. For the BEST collections. Mint condition.

Schneider, Patelles vase

Schneider, Patelles vase

ITEM # 2506028

Not very many Schneider vases have applications and even fewer have carved applications. That's what's makes this special vase important. The deep black side applications have beautifully hand-carved Art Deco decoration. Additionally the top rim is molten applied. As is frequently the case, the internal mottling is lovely. Nice size at 7¼" tall. Signed. Mint condition.

Schneider, Perfume bottle

Schneider, Perfume bottle

ITEM # 2312002

Schneider perfume bottles are rare.  This one is a beauty, in green, with controlled bubbles. The original stopper is deep amethyst, almost black.  Nice size at 8¾".  Signed.  The bottle is in mint condition, but the stopper has been broken and professionally repaired at the neck (and practically invisible). This $1,750 bottle is accordingly priced at $495.

Schneider, Tulip vase

Schneider, Tulip vase

ITEM # 2806104

Charles Schneider created some of the most beautiful Art Deco French glass. This important example uses a technique where the decoration was applied while the glass was molten. Needless to say, it was quite difficult and was only successful when executed by the finest craftsmen of the company. Each color had to be applied separately while the first worker held the molten vase at the end of a punty (a metal rod that attaches to the vase during its production) and another worker applied the decoration. You can imagine the difficulty and skill necessary.  The single, raised flower appears against a heavily mottled and shaded orange to yellow background. The vase was then applied to a deep purple foot, again while all the pieces were molten hot. This rare, museum-quality, stupendous vase is now available for sale. It can grace your display cabinet. It's the perfect size at 9¼" tall. Engraved signature, Schneider, on the foot. Mint condition.