Emile Gallé - Conical shaped vase. Multilayer glass proof (1)

Description
Emile Gallé - Conical shaped vase. Multilayer glass proof (1)
France - 1890-1919 - Glass

Conical vase made of multi-layer glass with an acid-etched red flower decor.
Signed Gallé
Vase bought at an auction house and appraised by the auctioneer (see extract from the sales report).
No chips.

After the 1889 World’s Fair, Emile Gallé became a prominent ambassador of crystal in France and abroad. He was the founder of the school of Nancy in 1901. His keen interest in technology and his variations on decorative themes have made him an authority in the field.
Awarded the Grand Prize at the Universal Exhibition in 1889, the World’s Fair in Chicago in 1893, the Decorative Art Exhibition in Nancy in 1894 and the Munich Exhibition in 1897.

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Conical shaped vase. Multilayer glass proof
Material
Glass
Designer/ Artist
Emile Gallé
Estimated Period
1890-1919
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
14×0×0 cm
Weight
158 g
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