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Emile Galle Overlaid and Etched Glass Vase, circa 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
An Emile Galle overlaid and etched glass vase, circa 1900. The frosted white, yellow and blue
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Galle Cameo Glass Vase Clematis
By Émile Gallé
Located in Bochum, NRW
Emile Gallé Cameo glass vase, richly decorated with branches with flowers, blooms, and leaves of
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Antique Art Nouveau French Acid Etched Glass Vase.
By Émile Gallé
Located in Tilburg, NL
Emile Galle Art Nouveau period French Glass Vase. Acid etched cameo glass featuring detailed of
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Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass, Blown Glass

Emile Galle Antique Art Nouveau French Acid Etched Glass Vase.
Emile Galle Antique Art Nouveau French Acid Etched Glass Vase.
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H 12.2 in W 3.54 in D 3.54 in
Galle Etched Sunflower Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Emile Galle Etched, carved, fire-polished and applied cameo glass "sunflower" vase Circa 1900
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Glass

Emile Gallé, Vase Glycines Wisteria Purple Cameo Acid Etched Glass
By Émile Gallé
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Vase "Glycines" (Wisteria) made in multilayer purple and white cameo acid-etched glass. Molded
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass, Art Glass

Emile Gallé Art Deco Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Pompano Beach, FL
An overlaid and etched glass vase, cameo signature Gallé.
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Early 20th Century Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Gallé Art Deco Vase
Emile Gallé Art Deco Vase
H 9.5 in Dm 4.5 in
Early 20th Century Cameo Etched Glass "Anemones Vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6620 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Cameo Glass Vase 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
overlaid and acid-etched with pendant flowers and leaves signed in cameo Gallé This beautiful
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Deco Vases

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Glass, Blown Glass, Art Glass

Large Emile Galle Scenic Cameo Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
Emile Galle scenic wheel carved and acid etched cameo vase. A beautiful and tall cameo vase by
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Tall Emile Galle Lily Pedestaled Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
An important and exceptional tall cameo vase by Emile Galle. Circa 1900 in the Art Nouveau period
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Gallé, French Fine Fire-Polished Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Emile Gallé, French (1846-1904) fine fire-polished vase A Fine etched, carved, and fire-polished
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Fire Polished Tall Stemmed Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
“gallé” Height: 12.4 inches (31.5 cm) Tall vase with pendant redcurrants and foliage acid-etched in red
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

“Fuchsia Vase” Art Nouveau Cameo Glass Vase by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: etched cameo glass SKU: 6263 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Acid Etched 3 Color Scenic Lake View Cameo Glass Vase, circa 1890
By Émile Gallé
Located in Gardena, CA
Emile Galle Acid Etched 3 Color Scenic Lake View Cameo Glass Vase, circa 1890 Emile Galle acid
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Antique 19th Century Vases

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Glass

Impressive Extra Large Vintage Émile Gallé Cameo Glass Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Stratford, CT
Extra large Galle Cameo vase overlaid with different layers of glass with amber and burgundy red
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Art Nouveau Cameo Vase by Émile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in Watford, GB
A cameo glass waterlillies and dragonfly vase, of gourd-shaped form, overlaid and acid-etched with
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Bottles

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Glass

Art Nouveau Cameo Vase by Émile Gallé
Art Nouveau Cameo Vase by Émile Gallé
H 3.94 in W 3.35 in D 2.37 in
Early 20th Century Cameo Vase Entitled "Moon Vase" by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
A beautiful early 20th Century cameo glass vase acid cut and etched with a deep red floral
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Gallé - 'Ombelles' Art Nouveau Cameo Glass Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in South Gippsland, Victoria
'Gallé' signature in cameo. This piece was produced in Emile Gallé's life time and is a high quality
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Émile Gallé, circa 1890
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Émile GALLÉ (1846-1904), circa 1890 The enamel decorated bulbous body with an out-turned rim of
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Antique 1890s Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle French Art Nouveau Soufflé Berry Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
Emile Galle (French 1846 -1904) Soufflé Cameo Vase Large Emile Gallé Mold-Blown Cameo Glass
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Galle Tall Cameo Art Nouveau Vase 1904
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
A stunning four color wheel carved and acid etched fat vase with pink, yellow, green and white on a
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Vase "Floral Soufflé vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6595 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Glass Vase "Landscape Vase" by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement and one of
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th Century Cameo Glass Vase Entitled "Nasturtium Vase" by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
"Nasturtium Vase" by Emile Gallé A beautiful early 20th Century cameo glass vase acid cut and
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th Century Glass Vase Entitled "Blue Flower Vase" by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
"Blue flower vase" by Emile Gallé A beautiful early 20th Century cameo glass vase acid cut and
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Cameo Glass Banjo Vase Décor Begonias, France, circa 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in Bochum, NRW
Emile Galle Cameo Glass Banjo Vase Décor Begonias, France, circa 1900. An excellent French Art
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Émile Gallé Miniature Cameo Vase, Art Nouveau, Ca 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in Delft, NL
Émile Gallé miniature Cameo vase, Art Nouveau, ca 1900 Émile Gallé (Nancy, 1846 –1904) was a
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Art Nouveau Emile Galle Soliflore Vase 'Anémones of Alpes', France 1900s
By Émile Gallé
Located in Bochum, NRW
Emile Gallé, an Art Nouveau cameo glass vase, Nancy, France, around 1900. Double-layered glass
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Émile Gallé small Cameo vase, Art Nouveau, ca 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in Delft, NL
Émile Gallé small Cameo vase, Art Nouveau, ca 1900 Émile Gallé (Nancy, 1846 –1904) was a French
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Acid-Etched Enameled and Applied Galle Glass Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Émile Gallé (1846-1904) An Acid-Etched Enameled and applied Galle Glass Vase, France, circa 1884
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Glass

Monumental Original Emile Galle Hydrangea Floral Cameo Art Glass Vase - 1895
By Émile Gallé
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this huge cameo art glass vase by Galle with acid etched floral and Hydrangea flower
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Antique 1890s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Blown Glass

Monumental Original Emile Galle Floral Cameo Art Glass Vase - France 1900
By Émile Gallé
Located in Cathedral City, CA
Offering this huge cameo art glass vase by Galle with acid etched floral and foliage design in
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Blown Glass

Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Vase entitled "Floral Banjo Vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6614 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th Century Cameo Glass Vase entitled "Wild Roses Vase" by Emile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
Glass SKU: 6588 ABOUT Emile Gallé
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Leaves And Pods Art Nouveau Tall Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
Emile Gallé Cameo Glass Leaves and Pods Vase, circa 1900 Marks: Gallé Height: 15.25 inches (38.7 cm
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Rare Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Vase "Clematis Soufflé Vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6592 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Vase entitled "Large Floral Vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6591 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Monumental Emile Galle Four-Color Botanicals Vase, circa 1905
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
A stunning four color wheel carved and acid etched fat vase with pink, yellow, greenish browns and
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Gallé, Nancy, Art Nouveau Cameo Vase with Hydrangeas - France ca. 1904
By Émile Gallé
Located in Bochum, NRW
Emile Gallé, Nancy, Art Nouveau Cameo Vase with Hydrangeas - France ca. 1904. Polychrome overlaid
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Blown Glass

French Glass Vase with Cameo Relief Design by Émile Gallé
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
Émile Gallé. The vase depicts Lake Como in Italy as seen in twilight, the sky a warm orange-red, the
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Clover Tree Brown Glass Vase by Emile Galle, 20th Century
By Émile Gallé
Located in Lisbon, PT
An acid etched vase with clover branches leafs and fruits in brown, yellow and partially pink
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Early 20th Century Cameo Glass "Slender Art Nouveau Vase" by Emile Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6618 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Emile Gallé circa 1890 "Fleurs exotiques"
By Émile Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Emile Gallé, circa 1890 "Fleurs exotiques" etched, enameled and parcel-gilt light amber cameo
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20th Century Vases

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Glass

Emile Galle Hydrangea Cameo Covered Dish
By Émile Gallé
Located in Dallas, TX
Gallé Cameo glass wheel carved and acid etched hydrangeas covered box, circa 1910. Art Nouveau
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Antique Early 1900s Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Gallé Art Nouveau Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in New Orleans, LA
This remarkable acid-etched vase is the work of the famed Art Nouveau master Émile Gallé, one of
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Antique 19th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Gallé Art Nouveau Vase
Gallé Art Nouveau Vase
H 4.5 in W 4.25 in D 4.25 in
Émile Gallé an Impressive Gallé Cameo Glass Vase, circa 1900
By Gallé
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Émile Gallé An impressive Gallé cameo glass vase circa 1900 colourless glass with a degrading
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Art Glass

ÉMILE GALLÉ 'Iris' Vase, circa 1900 overlaid cameo and fire polished glass
By Émile Gallé
Located in Tel Aviv - Jaffa, IL
ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904) Rare and important 'Iris' Vase, circa 1900 Overlaid cameo and fire polished
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass, Blown Glass, Cut Glass

Émile Gallé "Maple Leaf" Vase
By Galle Art Glass
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Émile Gallé (1846-1904) "Maple Leaf" vase A fire polished acid etched galle cameo glass vase
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Antique Early 1900s Vases

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Art Glass

Large Galle Cameo Glass Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Los Angeles, CA
A large and impressive original Art Nouveau Emile Gallé cameo glass vase. colourless glass with a
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Galle, Rare 'Chrysanthemes vase' c 1900, Etched Glass, Signed
By Émile Gallé
Located in Los Angeles, CA
This is an early glass vase my the well known French artist Emile Galle, made in the late 19 and
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Art Glass

Galle Cameo Art Glass Landscape Vase
By Émile Gallé
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique signed Galle vase was made in France in approximately 1900 in the period Art Nouveau
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Early 20th Century European Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

Early 20th French Cameo Glass Vase entitled "Clematis Vase" by Emille Galle
By Émile Gallé
Located in London, GB
: 6657 ABOUT Emile Gallé, 1846 – 1904 is considered a driving force behind the Art Nouveau movement
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Glass

E Gallé, Large Vase With Comumbines, Art Nouveau
By Émile Gallé
Located in MARSEILLE, FR
Large multi-layered glass vase, with acid-etched decoration, of comumbines in flowers and buds
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Emile Gallé Cherries Souffle Cameo Glass Vase, 1915
By Émile Gallé
Located in Lisbon, PT
A rare Etablissement Galle 'Cherries' mold-blown souffle cameo glass vase. The baluster body with
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Glass

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Glass

Galle Art Nouveau Glass
By Émile Gallé
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Galle Art Nouveau Glass Glass of various colors. Eucalyptus Model Art Nouveau Style Crica 1910
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Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Vases

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Art Glass

Galle Art Nouveau Glass
Galle Art Nouveau Glass
H 4.73 in W 6.3 in D 4.34 in
Emile Galle Soufflé Vase Gallé Nancy Art Nouveau Wild Rose France c.1925
By Émile Gallé
Located in Vienna, AT
VASE (Emile Galle). - The frosted yellow-cream shading to periwinkle ground, overlaid in blue and deep
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Emile Galle Vase Paysage de Verre Gallé Nancy Art Nouveau France, 1900-1904
By Émile Gallé
Located in Vienna, AT
Gallé Nancy Art Nouveau finest vase made in France (Nancy, Lorraine) / circa 1900-1904
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Antique Early 1900s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Emile Galle Vase Paysage De Verre Gallé Nancy Art Nouveau, France, circa 1919
By Émile Gallé
Located in Vienna, AT
Gallé Nancy Art Nouveau finest vase made in France (Nancy, Lorraine) made circa 1919-1920
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Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Glass

Signed Galle Cameo Glass Vase, c1905
By Gallé
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Signed Galle Cameo Glass Vase, c1905 The genius that was Emile Galle passed away in September of
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20th Century French Vases

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Glass

Émile Gallé (1846-1904), Cameo Glass Vase "Olive" circa 1910
By Émile Gallé
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Émile Gallé (1846-1904) Gallé French Cameo Glass Vase Cased glass, opalescent, light amber brown
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Vintage 1910s French Art Nouveau Glass

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Art Glass

Émile Gallé (1846-1904), Cameo Glass Vase "Olive" circa 1910
Émile Gallé (1846-1904), Cameo Glass Vase "Olive" circa 1910
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H 4.73 in W 3.75 in D 3.15 in
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Emile Galle Etched Vase For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal emile galle etched vase for your home. Frequently made of glass, art glass and blown glass, every emile galle etched vase was constructed with great care. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer emile galle etched vase, there are earlier versions available from the 19th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. Each emile galle etched vase bearing Art Nouveau or Art Deco hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Emile Galle Etched Vase?

Prices for a emile galle etched vase start at $595 and top out at $27,605 with the average selling for $3,500.

A Close Look at Art Nouveau Furniture

In its sinuous lines and flamboyant curves inspired by the natural world, antique Art Nouveau furniture reflects a desire for freedom from the stuffy social and artistic strictures of the Victorian era. The Art Nouveau movement developed in the decorative arts in France and Britain in the early 1880s and quickly became a dominant aesthetic style in Western Europe and the United States.

ORIGINS OF ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGN

  • Sinuous, organic and flowing lines
  • Forms that mimic flowers and plant life
  • Decorative inlays and ornate carvings of natural-world motifs such as insects and animals 
  • Use of hardwoods such as oak, mahogany and rosewood

ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE DESIGNERS TO KNOW

ANTIQUE ART NOUVEAU FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

Art Nouveau — which spanned furniture, architecture, jewelry and graphic design — can be easily identified by its lush, flowing forms suggested by flowers and plants, as well as the lissome tendrils of sea life. Although Art Deco and Art Nouveau were both in the forefront of turn-of-the-20th-century design, they are very different styles — Art Deco is marked by bold, geometric shapes while Art Nouveau incorporates dreamlike, floral motifs. The latter’s signature motif is the "whiplash" curve — a deep, narrow, dynamic parabola that appears as an element in everything from chair arms to cabinetry and mirror frames.

The visual vocabulary of Art Nouveau was particularly influenced by the soft colors and abstract images of nature seen in Japanese art prints, which arrived in large numbers in the West after open trade was forced upon Japan in the 1860s. Impressionist artists were moved by the artistic tradition of Japanese woodblock printmaking, and Japonisme — a term used to describe the appetite for Japanese art and culture in Europe at the time — greatly informed Art Nouveau. 

The Art Nouveau style quickly reached a wide audience in Europe via advertising posters, book covers, illustrations and other work by such artists as Aubrey Beardsley, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Alphonse Mucha. While all Art Nouveau designs share common formal elements, different countries and regions produced their own variants.

In Scotland, the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh developed a singular, restrained look based on scale rather than ornament; a style best known from his narrow chairs with exceedingly tall backs, designed for Glasgow tea rooms. Meanwhile in France, Hector Guimard — whose iconic 1896 entry arches for the Paris Metro are still in use — and Louis Majorelle produced chairs, desks, bed frames and cabinets with sweeping lines and rich veneers. 

The Art Nouveau movement was known as Jugendstil ("Youth Style") in Germany, and in Austria the designers of the Vienna Secession group — notably Koloman Moser, Josef Hoffmann and Joseph Maria Olbrich — produced a relatively austere iteration of the Art Nouveau style, which mixed curving and geometric elements.

Art Nouveau revitalized all of the applied arts. Ceramists such as Ernest Chaplet and Edmond Lachenal created new forms covered in novel and rediscovered glazes that produced thick, foam-like finishes. Bold vases, bowls and lighting designs in acid-etched and marquetry cameo glass by Émile Gallé and the Daum Freres appeared in France, while in New York the glass workshop-cum-laboratory of Louis Comfort Tiffany — the core of what eventually became a multimedia decorative-arts manufactory called Tiffany Studios — brought out buoyant pieces in opalescent favrile glass. 

Jewelry design was revolutionized, as settings, for the first time, were emphasized as much as, or more than, gemstones. A favorite Art Nouveau jewelry motif was insects (think of Tiffany, in his famed Dragonflies glass lampshade).

Like a mayfly, Art Nouveau was short-lived. The sensuous, languorous style fell out of favor early in the 20th century, deemed perhaps too light and insubstantial for European tastes in the aftermath of World War I. But as the designs on 1stDibs demonstrate, Art Nouveau retains its power to fascinate and seduce.

There are ways to tastefully integrate a touch of Art Nouveau into even the most modern interior — browse an extraordinary collection of original antique Art Nouveau furniture on 1stDibs, which includes decorative objects, seating, tables, garden elements and more.

Finding the Right vases for You

Whether it’s a Chinese Han dynasty glazed ceramic wine vessel, a work of Murano glass or a hand-painted Scandinavian modern stoneware piece, a fine vase brings a piece of history into your space as much as it adds a sophisticated dynamic. 

Like sculptures or paintings, antique and vintage vases are considered works of fine art. Once offered as tributes to ancient rulers, vases continue to be gifted to heads of state today. Over time, decorative porcelain vases have become family heirlooms to be displayed prominently in our homes — loved pieces treasured from generation to generation.

The functional value of vases is well known. They were traditionally utilized as vessels for carrying dry goods or liquids, so some have handles and feature an opening at the top (where they flare back out). While artists have explored wildly sculptural alternatives over time, the most conventional vase shape is characterized by a bulbous base and a body with shoulders where the form curves inward.

Owing to their intrinsic functionality, vases are quite possibly versatile in ways few other art forms can match. They’re typically taller than they are wide. Some have a neck that offers height and is ideal for the stems of cut flowers. To pair with your mid-century modern decor, the right vase will be an elegant receptacle for leafy snake plants on your teak dining table, or, in the case of welcoming guests on your doorstep, a large ceramic floor vase for long tree branches or sticks — perhaps one crafted in the Art Nouveau style — works wonders.

Interior designers include vases of every type, size and style in their projects — be the canvas indoors or outdoors — often introducing a splash of color and a range of textures to an entryway or merely calling attention to nature’s asymmetries by bringing more organically shaped decorative objects into a home.

On 1stDibs, you can browse our collection of vases by material, including ceramic, glass, porcelain and more. Sizes range from tiny bud vases to massive statement pieces and every size in between.