Ive looked on several different web sites, and I cannot find this pattern. If any eBayer out there knows what it is, I would love to know.The vase is signed on the bottom of the base ETLING FRANCE in molded letters. Etling on one side of the vase, France on the other side. France is VERY hard to see, the best I can get out of it is "ANCE", if you blow pictures up it will give you a better view and the darker ones show it better. Someone, at one time, also etched the word FRANCE above the word ETLING, (Can be seen best in picture 7).
That can also be seen when pictures are blown up. In the middle of the bottom of the vase is also the number 216. The vase is a beautiful opalescent with what appears to have some blue hues to it. Its a gorgeous vase with no damage whatsoever!!! This piece is an impressive size, measuring approx.
12.75 X 7 at widest X 4 3/8 across the rim. Another eBayer, sent this great information!! You asked for more information on this vase.
Pictures of the bottom show that there is a round spot. Im assuming this was in the making process. Maybe where it came out of the mold but it almost un detectable if just rubbing your fingers over it.We pack very well and I'll make sure this lovely lady will be very well protected!! I copied the information below from another ebayer regarding Edmond Etling. Edmond Laurent Etling founded his business around 1909, his shop was located at 29 Rue de Paradis in Paris France. With obvious great vision and instinct for desired style, his retail business became very admired and respected for its innovative and high-quality designs which were produced in an array of mediums.
Along with having his own team of glass-workers which were based at the Cristalleries et Verreries de Choisy-le-Roi Réunies (in the outskirts of Paris), he also commissioned designs from some of the top freelance designers & artist of the period. Edmond Etling was without doubt one of the key players in the Art Deco movement. On an interesting yet very sad note, being Jewish resulted with Etling, his entire family and his glass workers all being rounded-up and sent to Nazi concentration camps where they met their deaths during WWII. The item "Art Deco ETLING Opalescent Art Glass Large Vase 1930 Lalique Sabino Era" is in sale since Saturday, August 22, 2020.This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\French\Other French Art Glass". The seller is "ellefir" and is located in Brownsville, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Mexico, Switzerland, Norway, Croatia, Bermuda, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Iceland, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco.