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Daum White Peacock by Madeleine van der Knoop, Limited Edition Sculpture
Daum White Peacock by Madeleine van der Knoop, Limited Edition Sculpture
$420,000.00 Add to Cart
 
Item# D05326-1
Size: H: 74. 8" L: 51. 2" W: 45. 3"

An original work by renowned sculptor Madeleine van der Knoop, the crystal "Tropical Peacock" design is realized by crystal workers in Daum's ateliers using the lost wax technique. The crystal sculpts light and reveals the elegance of the peacock and its luxuriant plumage. The nuances of blue-green and violet, enhanced by the bird's sparkling diamond and amethyst eyes, highlight the beauty of this ornamental creature, made possible by Daum's unique savoir-faire. This work of art makes a strong statement in any room with its spectacular presence and fine finishes. Eyes in sapphires and white diamonds. White gold: 9 carats. Diamonds: 1. 95 carats. Blue Sapphire: 1. 9 carats. Crest of the peacock in 15 white freshwater. Cultured pearl, mounted on Palladium coated. Sterling silver 925. Brass beak, palladium finishing; Bronze legs, palladium finishing; Polished black granite base from Zimbabwe.


Daum, the legendary glassmaker master, has kept alive for more than a century a love relationship with the greatest artists of its time, giving their work of art a second life of crystal and colours. From the Ecole de Nancy, from Art Nouveau to Art Decoratif, from Majorelle to Dali, Arman and Hilton McConnico, Daum has not missed any of the magic rendez-vous of the artistic creation and modern savoir-faire, which has always renewed the alliance of art and art craft.

Few brands have worked with as many artists: for nearly 140 years, more than 350 exceptional signatures have constituted a heritage beyond compare, a unique collection.

How to convey those works into crystal sculptures? This is where Daum's secret lies, shaper of the exception, highly knowledgeable workshop, laboratory of wonders, designer of incomparable objects. All of the Daum pieces are lovingly hand produced in France, using traditional lost wax sculpting technique.