Doyen glassworks was established in 1909 in Havre in the province of Hainaut, southern Belgium. The company had in some time about 550 workers who manufactured a variety of items. In 1968 goes doyen glassworks in fusion with Boussu and Boom. The new company will be named S.S. Manuverbel. On March 13, 1975 the existence of glassworks Doyen stops permanently.
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Large fat belly vase of Doyen glass in amethyst color.
Beautiful Optical piqué fleurs Doyen amethyst glass.
Amethyst-colored vase from the series Floralies glass Doyen glassworks
Spherical optical blown vase in amethyst color, Doyen glass.
Art Deco vase Doyen hyaliet glass with a hoogsel of hammered pewter in a grape branch decor.
Art Deco vase Doyen hyaliet glass with a batters of hammered pewter
and a decoration of foliage.
Doyen vase of hyaliet glass decorated pewter.
Liqueur set of hyalite glass, conical carafe with six glasses.
A set of two Art Deco vases. Handpainted scenery of the ancient sail voyage.
Doyen vase of glass, large hand-painted ambience maker.
Belgian chalice vase of doyen glass in the color fumé.
Doyen vase art deco fume glass.
Bolle vase with air bubble in the glass, color fumé manufactured at the Doyen glass factory.
Doyen art deco glass vase in amethyst color circa 1930.
Optical glass blown blue vase from the Floralie series.
Art Deco vase fume Doyen glass.
Frantz Belaska for Doyen, marbled Art Deco vase. The vase is made up of three layers of glass.
Vase in the color of amethyst glass Doyen Belgium.