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Orange Vase Princess Ariane NR 1200

€175,00

The nestor of Dutch glass art, Floris Meydam, has designed an Orange vase for the youngest royal child, Princess Ariane, who was born on April 10, 2007 as the third daughter of Prince Willem Alexander and Princess Máxima. At 87 years old, Floris Meydam very rarely draws new designs. The National Glass Museum is therefore particularly proud of having tied one of the most famous designers that the Leerdam glass tradition has produced for this honorable assignment. The Ariane vase is already the tenth in a series that started in 1927 with the Orange vase designed by Chris Lanooy on the occasion of Princess Juliana's 18th birthday. That first vase, and all the others afterwards, were inspired by the famous Orange Apple. Floris Meydam has created a particularly idiosyncratic design based on a sophisticated sizing system.

1000 pieces have been issued by the Glass Museum.
However, it may well be that you come across a vase with a 1300 number in the corridors.
However, a large batch of vases has been rejected and destroyed. These numbers have not been reused, but they have simply 'numbered through'.

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In stock (1)
The Netherlands
2000
Royal Leerdam
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The nestor of Dutch glass art, Floris Meydam, has designed an Orange vase for the youngest royal child, Princess Ariane, who was born on April 10, 2007 as the third daughter of Prince Willem Alexander and Princess Máxima. At 87 years old, Floris Meydam very rarely draws new designs. The National Glass Museum is therefore particularly proud of having tied one of the most famous designers that the Leerdam glass tradition has produced for this honorable assignment. The Ariane vase is already the tenth in a series that started in 1927 with the Orange vase designed by Chris Lanooy on the occasion of Princess Juliana's 18th birthday. That first vase, and all the others afterwards, were inspired by the famous Orange Apple. Floris Meydam has created a particularly idiosyncratic design based on a sophisticated sizing system.

1000 pieces have been issued by the Glass Museum.
However, it may well be that you come across a vase with a 1300 number in the corridors.
However, a large batch of vases has been rejected and destroyed. These numbers have not been reused, but they have simply 'numbered through'.

Conditie: In good condition
Periode: 2000
Land van herkomst: The Netherlands

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