Cristal Art Deco
Technically, glass is a hard, brittle, transparent and amorphous material found in nature, but it can also be produced by humans.
Tempered glass is often used as a synonym for glass, although it is incorrect in science because glass is an amorphous solid and not a crystalline solid.
Between the years 1920-1925 a great number of styles and artistic glasses arose. At the same time there was an increase in the distance between glass as a means of artistic expression and glass as a material for domestic use. At the end of the twenties of the last century, new uses for glass were discovered in the design of furniture and architecture. It became an essential component in the new aesthetics of design.
Among the most prominent teachers of these new trends, we find Maurice Emille Gallé Marinot or the most important teachers in France, who produce the widest variety of forms in glass.
On our website you can find a wide selection of Art Deco glass designs at the best prices.
Measures: 27 cm of height x 8 cm base.
Measures: 20cm in diameter by 10cm base.
Measures: 40 cms high by 11 cms base
Measures: 40 cms height-11 cms base.
Measures: 45 cms diameter and 8 cms base.
Measures: 56 cms high by 10 cms of base.
Measurements: 63 cm in diameter.
Measures: 53 cms long by 16 cms of diameter.
Measures: 54 cm diameter by 39 cm high.
Measurements: 52 cms long and 39 cms in width.
Measures: 57 cm long by 26 cm in width.