French Crystal vase by Anatole Riecke – 1950 – white with black and silver decoration

French Crystal vase by Anatole Riecke – 1950 – white black and silver

This vase is a creation of the artist Anatole Riecke, of Russian origin, who lived in Paris at the beginning of the 20th century.

A. Riecke participated in the decoration of the famous Parisian restaurant “La Coupole”, symbol of Art Deco architecture, and where all the personalities of the artistic world met.

The twisted shape of the vase gives it strength and originality.

On this crystal vase with variable thicknesses two blocks are juxtaposed on the side decorated with an abstract architectural motif.

The two blocks consist of a translucide and opaque glass washer surmounted by a black glass washer and a chrome half sphere.

Their relief reinforce the strength of this unique glass art piece, decorated with natural pigments.

This glass art piece is superb, powerful, delicate and fascinating.

Unique piece. Signed and dated 07/04/1950.

Dimensions: H33xW12cm – Base 6x6cm

Very careful packaging, adapted to the object and insured for its value.

Additional information

Dimensions 12 × 33 cm