Gary, I know nothing about Monart at all, but I've been musing on why this piece would be signed and dated. It's a small piece as far as I can make out. So if say Salvador made it for someone in 1927, why would it be signed Isart? were Monart glass not well established as Monart by then? So I was wondering did he make it as a personal gift for someone with the date for them on the front, but then as a 'signature' signed it Isart on the reverse..it's not a huge piece so the 'signature' would not have been huge really would it? I wonder if it was because using glass was the only way of signing it, i.e they didn't have a way of acid etching or diamond marking the signature?
As I say, just wondering out loud about why :0