Baluster-shaped vase body on a separate, round base, conically widening walls, on rounded shoulders set short, narrow neck with slightly flared mouth rim, colorless glass with flaky white and yellow colored powder inclusions, overlay in yellow-orange, in various stages highly etched decoration with narcissus decoration, etched matt on the inside and outside, relief partly (flowers) polished. 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. In the 19th century, Émile Gallé further developed this glass art, created Art Nouveau designs and employed a large factory in Nancy.