Antique rare Baccarat vase

Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase
Antique rare Baccarat vase

Unique French opal glass vase, made by Baccarat, mid-19th century, black enameled, hand-painted in 24 carat gold. The plot on the vase is made in the technique of lithographic printing on glass of the highest level.


Presumably the vase was made to order and is the only copy. The item is of historical, collection and museum interest.


There is an opinion of museum experts, in particular, the head of glass and ceramics of the State Historical Museum, Smirnova Elena Petrovna.


The Baccarat plant was founded by permission of King Louis XV in 1764 in Lorraine. Its founder is Cardinal Louis-Joseph de Laval-Montmorency (1710-1802). Products produced at this plant were distinguished by a high level of workmanship and complex faceting. In 1855, the products were awarded a gold medal at the World Exhibition in Paris, and in 1860 a trademark was registered.