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Art Deco Vase by Légras
Striking Art Deco cased and enamelled vase from Auguste Légras dating from circa 1920.
The pâte de verre mottled body is in a strong canary yellow colour with orange flecks, shading to pale blue and almost white as it rises toward the neck.
Decorated with an enamel roundel showing a floral detail and a background of small leaves. Further embellished with enamelled tendrils and swags in blue and black.
Signed Legras in enamel to one side.
The height is 31 cm.