Daum

Daum

In 1878 Jean Daum placed his life savings in a foddered glass factory in Nancy, France. The result would become one of the world’s most celebrated glassware makers—Daum. Renowned for its use of innovative glass techniques, including cameo and Pâte-de-verr, Daum pieces are akin to rare, brilliantly-hued elements pulled straight from the earth. Similar in style to the work of Emile Galle, but more embracing of Art Deco trends, Daum was seemingly made for the discerning collector.