Translucent or colored, from an azure blue to a royal blue, tender ocher or garnet going almost to black, these pitchers and carafes are typical of the glassworks of Normandy. Some are surprisingly light, a sign of seniority. Several have rare forms; one can notice the elegance of the handles, of certain finely elongated beaks. Some blues are superb in brightness. All are in blown glass (we can see fine bubbles in transparency); pontil below (trace of the attachment of the cane of the master glassmaker during the blowing). Perfect condition of each piece. XVIIIth (like the smaller one, or the painted one, two rare pieces), and XIXth.
This collection is on sale as a whole, or in part (price studied according to). An ideal acquisition for a decorator or for a collector. Each piece can also be sold separately.
Visible on my stand (Paul Bert Market - Allée2 stand 137).