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During the reign of Carol the 1st of Romania, the Royal Manufacture’s chief glassmaker sent his son-in law, Emerico Montesy, to study the art of the glass at the renowned École de Nancy in the Galle and Daum Freres workshops during 1921-1923. At his return in Romania, Montesy became the Artistic Director of the Azuga Glass Factory and started conceiving his own glass pieces using the new learned techniques. Ever since then, the Romanian glass craftsmen kept and improved the original Galle techniques, the pieces produced in their workshops still carrying the unique charisma, the brilliant decors and an uncompromised quality of execution.
While some objects are interpretations of original pieces, a homage to the Art Nouveau and Art Deco masters, most are original creations of Romanian glassmakers. The common characteristic is their uniqueness, each artist leaving his/her personal mark. Depending on the complexity of the design, the work for just one piece can take a few days or more than a week.
|Home deco||Table lamps|
|Weight/Volume||approx. 1 kg|