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Note: The Nimroud Vase design is based on an original drawing by Suzanne-Lalique Haviland. This vase is one of what could have been several experimental vases refining the final design of the Nimroud model that was then commercialized.

Also Note: As an experimental model it's likely there would have been no documentation for the exact design of each vase as the changes progressed. It's much more likely it was Suzanne Lalique at the factory, making various changes in small steps to both the decoration and the vase mold until she was satisfied with the end result. Note that this example has 10 "blades", while the final Nimroud Vase model has 9 "blades" that are not identical to the ones seen here.

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Model No. 970bis  Circa 1926
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