Verlys glass pair of vases with Mermaids

A pair of art deco vases with mermaids. Lalique quality.
Circa 1930.
A couple of tiny chips on mermaids reflief. hard to catch with camera and hard to see.
Vases shape, as hand-blown, are very slightly different.
Each vase 25cm high. 18cm width.

Verlys company :

In 1920, the Societe Holophane Français was set up as a subsidiary of the USA Holophane Company in a glassworks near Rouen in Northern France to make vehicle headlights. By 1925, they had expanded into making art glass vases and bowls. They created a separate department for these products, and named it "Verlys". Initially the pieces were blown vessels with several layers of glass, smooth on the outside with internal decoration.From 1933 onward, Verlys focused on high quality press-mould glass. They produced clear, frosted, opalescent and colored items with designs typical of Lalique-style glass of the 1930s.
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