Emile Galle Nancy Cameo Vase Mondviolen Annual Honesty Decor France Um 1925
Glass covered with several layers, in which motifs are worked out in high cut. Since the mid-19th century The shaping was also done by etching. Vessels made of cameo glass were already made in ancient times, and at the end of the 19th century. At the end of the 19th century, Émile Gallé developed this art of glass further, created Art Nouveau designs and employed a large factory in Nancy. Vase in the form of a baluster: Flush foot, high, bulbous body with set off, short neck on gently sloping shoulders. Colorless glass with light blue color powder inclusions, burgundy overlaid on the outside, highly etched floral decoration with annual honesty decoration in various stages, etched matt on the inside and outside, polished relief.
Glass overlaid with several layers, with.