Art Nouveau period vase with elephant heads whose trunks form the openwork handles.
Very nice glassware work most certainly by Eugene Rousseau and Ernest Leveille.
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Vase in thick purple glass and slightly flat baluster shape, blown and shaped by four ribs.
The surface on the lower half imitates an elephant skin.
The openwork handles are formed by the tubes of the elephant heads applied when hot.
Very nice glassware work, unsigned, but attributed to Eugène Rousseau and Ernest Léveillé.
Art Nouveau period, late 19th century.
In a perfect condition.