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Légras Enamelled Snow Scene
Rare French Art Nouveau enamelled vase from Auguste Légras showing an enamelled wintry scene of a snow covered hamlet with tall trees, a few scattered cottages and a peasant woman making her way downhill through the snow.
Transluscent frosted glass, with a flared base which quickly narrows then gradually widens towards the top , finishing with a pretty trefoil rim.
Dating from around 1890-1900, unsigned but strongly attributed to Légras whose workshop was in Saint Denis.
The height is 22.5 cm.