- Maker: This beautiful vase was created by the French artist Gustave Asch (1856-1911). It features the swan pierced by an arrow, a symbol of Claude of France. This piece was probably created in the village of Sainte Radegonde in the late 19th century. Asch's work can be found in the finest auction houses in Paris, and can sell for thousands. This is a particularly rare piece, as I could not find another example like it.
- Condition: The vase is in excellent antique condition with no chips, cracks, or other obvious flaws that I can find. There will be the light scratch here or the light rubbing there.
- Measurements: The vase measures approximately 12" tall, and around 7-1/2" wide. The mouth of the vase measures approximately 4-3/8" across.
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