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Listed under:  Arts  >  Art movements  >  Modern art  >  Art Nouveau

Emile Gallé vase, c1906

This is a glass vase made by the Emile Gallé glassworks in France at some stage between 1906 and 1910. The cylindrical vase features a spread base decorated with a pattern of leaves and flowers acid etched into the mulberry-coloured glass. The vase is signed 'Gallé' near the base. It is 33.5 cm high and 12.5 cm in diameter.


Perfume bottle by René Lalique, 1909

This is a 1909 'Eau de Coty' perfume bottle. Its design is attributed to René Lalique, England. The bottle comes complete with a frosted glass stopper in the form of a flowerhead. The rectangular label at the centre front of the bottle features a design of two ethereal women, each standing with an arm upraised and a child ...