1880's - 1890's Samuel Clarke was initially a candle maker, but went on to make his famous Patented Fairy Lamps.
Although he designed them, the artistic glass and porcelain holders were contracted by such famous companies as Stevens & Williams, Thomas Webb & Sons, Cristallerie de Pantin, France - c.
Together with Emile Gall, and other prominent artists, they founded the famous cole de Nancy (School of Nancy). They employed hundreds of employees, plus a few hundred part time local ladies who crocheted the bulb nettings.Early mark from enameled crystal cup and saucer set - c. 1895 Mark from a fabulous cameo and enameled powder box with their famous winter scene with crows c.1895 - 1900 Daum Nancy Cameo salt c. De Vilbiss did not make the glass for their perfumers, only the hardware, cords, and bulbs for the atomizers.Auguste Daum becomes commercial and financial director and Antonin Daum leads the artistic production process. After WWI, soldiers came home from France with gifts of perfumers with ornate dispensers and the atomizer craze took off.Daum melded together revolutionary techniques included working with colored powders, acids, enamel and with fluorine hydrogen. In the mid twenties, De Vilbiss sold as many as a million perfumers a year in America alone.To enhance a neckline or embellish a wrist, Baccarat jewels are a vector for crystal to glitter in different volumes and new colors.
Proof the collection by Marie-Hélène de Taillac, which in 2016 transformed the brand’s octagon into precious jewels.
Intimate expressions of the Baccarat spirit, pendants, necklaces, rings, ear-rings, bracelets and cuff-links embody the creativity and unique expertise of the Maison.
The Rouge 540 fragrance and bottle designed to celebrate the brand’s 250th anniversary have opened a new chapter in the long history of perfumes from Baccarat.
From the iconic Harcourt to the emblematic Mille Nuits, Vega or Massena collections, Baccarat graces the world’s most prestigious dinner tables.
Wine and champagne glasses, goblets and decanters, in clear or colored crystal, celebrate the Baccarat art of entertaining.
Aim-Gabriel d'Artigues (1791-1795), Maurice Dufrne, Marcel Goupy (1920's). Some articles signed "St-Louis-Mnzthal", "d'Argental", and possibly "Arsale", or "Arsall" (though this may have been produced by by a different, German firm). 1875 to present financer in 1875, the glassworks produced glass for watches, mirrors and table services.