Daum Crystal Kabuki by Marie-Paule Deville Chabrolle - Limited Edition of 375
Following the launch of the Amber Kabuki in January 2016, the Maison Daum and Marie-Paule Deville Chabrolle join forces once again to recreate the Kabuki in a smaller-sized powdered-pink version. The Japanese culture has always been a source of inspiration for the artist, which can be evidently seen in this beautiful piece. The Kabuki touches us with its softness, delicateness and elegance and this crystal in powdered pink sublimates the finesse of the shape and unveils magnificent details of the folds of her Kimono.
Dimensions: H: 15.6" x W: 8.9"
In 1878, Jean Daum set up a workshop in the Lorrain region of France, and the works he created there led him to become known as one of the fathers of modern glassmaking. From Art Nouveau to the Decorative Arts movements, Daum has been at the forefront, working with leading artists of the times. Each new generation of the Daum dynasty adds to the company's anthology, whether through creative or technical contributions.