Émile Gallé Art Nouveau Vase Discus Shaped with Hibiscus Decor, France 1906-1914


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Japanese-inspired, discus-shaped vase with a short neck and a flared mouth rim. Stand on a small round floor plan without a foot. The lower half, apart from the base, is completely covered in burgundy red, the upper part is etched decor with hibiscus branches, leaves and flowers in burgundy and dark red against a milky yellow background. Cameo signature 'Gallé' in red between the branches. Handmade Cameo glass: Glass overlaid with several layers, with high-cut worked out motifs. Since the mid-19th century, the design has also been done by etching. Cameo glass vessels were already being made in antiquity; at the end of the 19th century, Émile Gallé further developed this glass art, created Art Nouveau designs and employed a large factory in Nancy. Manufactory: Émile Gallé / Nancy, Lorraine, France Dating: 1906-1914 Dimensions: Height 11.5 cm / 4.52 in Diameter 17.0 cm / 6.69 in Bibliographie: Carolus Hartmann, Glasmarken-Lexikon / Encyclopedia of Glass Marks, Stuttgart / Germany 1997, Signature number 3663 on page 175. Condition: Very good.

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Place of origin:
Art Nouveau
Dimensions (cm):
11.5H x 17W x 17D
Dimensions (inch):
4,53H x 6,69W x 6,69D
Creator / Artist:
Emile Gallé
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