Devez Nancy French Cameo Art Glass Vase
This vase is 7 3/4 in tall and in Mint Condition , a very handsome vase.
A little history i found online ,
E. S. Mont founded a glassworks at La Villette near Paris in 1850. Mont moved to Pantin, a Paris suburb, around 1855. By 1859, the company was known as Cristallerie de La Villette.
F. Strumpf joined the company in 1868, at which time it became Mont & Stumpf. When Mont’s son joined the company in 1873, the name became Monot Pere et Fils et Stumpf.
In the late 1850s through the early 1880s, Mont & Stumpf and its successor made cameo glass using the trade names of deVez and Mont Joye. The word deVez is a pseudonym for De Verraux, the art director at the Pantin factory. The company changed its name in 1894 to Stumpf, Touvier, Violette & Cooye.
After World War I, Legas & Cie acquired the company and changed the name to Verreries et Cristalleries de St. Denis et Pantin Reunies. The company ceased operations in 1939.