Nov 26, 2007




decorated by

Jacques Sicard

(French, 1865-1923)

made by

and Weller Pottery



Diameter: 18.9 x 15.4 cm (7 7/16 x 6 1/16 in.)

Gift of Dr. and Mrs. George A. Seeley 1988.126


This vase's distinctive metallic sheen is achieved through a technique known as luster glazing, in which ground metals, typically silver, gold, or platinum, are incorporated into the glazing process. A green-gold luster glaze forms the vase's decoration of vines and leaves.

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Decorative Arts
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