SMALL NIGHT BLUE AMBER CORALS DAUM
SMALL NIGHT BLUE AMBER CORALS DAUM10% off with the coupon code BACCARAT10
The collection corals is a novelty DAUM 2016, The Corals collection is the outcome of a meeting between Daum and the Oceanographic Institute of Monaco.
- Piece signed Daum France, with box and certificate of authenticity
- H : 3,5 cm – 1 3/8’’ – Ø : 17 cm – 6 7/10’’
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SMALL NIGHT BLUE AMBER CORALS DAUM :
SMALL NIGHT BLUE AMBER CORALS DAUM, The collection corals is a novelty DAUM 2016, The Corals collection is the outcome of a meeting between Daum and the Oceanographic Institute of Monaco. H : 3,5 cm - 1 3/8’’ - Ø : 17 cm - 6 7/10’’.
The Oceanographic Institute of Monaco is a private foundation of recognised public utility, founded in 1906. It upholds and shares its mission of “knowing, loving and protecting the oceans”, following the wish of its founder, Prince Albert I of Monaco.
- Giving a Daum gift is giving colour, light, beauty and rarity as all pieces are by their very essence unique. Pâte de Cristal is a rare and ancient glassmaking technique, which dates back to 5000 BC. Daum rediscovered this long-forgotten technique in 1900 and further developed it in 1968.
- In inaugurating an Art Department in 1893, Daum affirmed its ambition in terms of creation. In harmony with the great artistic movements that have marked each era, Daum has over the years called on the sensitivity and talent of some of the most prestigious international artists. Artists as varied as Arman, César, Salvador Dali, the Lalannes, Roland Topor, Manolo Valdes, all seduced by the exceptional characteristics of crystal, have contributed to the creation of a unique collection, and to giving Daum its special place in the world of Art. Daum’s luxury is precisely this encounter with great artists, to promote their works, or simply to lend them its know-how and material, for the time of one creation. Ever burgeoning.
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