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Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

ART NOUVEAU STYLE

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.

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Style: Art Nouveau
Modern Serving Tray Green Marble Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Sakai was design to uplift layback moments. An organic-sha...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Marble, Brass

Modern Serving Tray Sahara Marble Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Sakai was design to uplift layback moments. An organic-sha...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Marble, Brass

Monumental Georg Jensen Sterling Silver “Kings” Bowl #250A
Located in Hellerup, DK
An early monumental sized sterling silver Georg Jensen centerpiece bowl, design #250A by Johan Rohde from 1917. This piece is the largest in this design collection, affectionately du...
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1920s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Danish Hand-Crafted Art Nouveau Ash Tray / Bowl by Georg Jensen for Ipsens Enke
Located in Knebel, DK
Danish hand-crafted art nouveau ash tray / bowl by Georg Jensen for P. Ipsens Enke in 1903. The art nuveau ash tray / bowl feature a well made li...
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Early 20th Century Danish Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Modern Serving Tray Green Onyx Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Sakai was design ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Onyx, Brass

Modern Serving Tray Calacatta Marble Brass Handmade Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Sakai was design to uplift layback moments. An organic-sha...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Marble, Brass

Modern Marquetry Art Serving Tray Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. Handcrafted with precision and care, the Sakai serving tray presents the art of marquetry in its most refined form, where high-quality wood veneers seamlessly merge to form intricate patterns and designs. Adorned with brass handles, the sophisticated finish seamlessly harmonizes with the natural colors and textures of the marquetry. A testament to savoir-faire and meticulous craftsmanship, the Sakai serving tray in marquetry art...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Modern Marquetry Art Serving Tray Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. Handcrafted with precision and care, the Sakai serving tray presents the art of ma...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Modern Serving Tray Onyx Leather Brass Handmade in Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Oshu was design to uplift layback moments. A serving tray upho...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Onyx, Brass

Fenton Art Nouveau Iridescent Cut Glass Bowl
Located in Miami, FL
A very good quality American Fenton art glass dish dating from the early 20th century. The moulded glass dish stands raised on a pedestal and is of rounded ...
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Early 20th Century American Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass, Cut Glass

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Bowl 242
Located in Hellerup, DK
A sterling silver Georg Jensen bowl, featuring a pierced stem adorned with floral details and scrolls. It was designed by Johan Rohde in 1919, identified by design number #242. The b...
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1920s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Acorn Sterling Silver Small Dish #741c
Located in Hellerup, DK
A set of eight sterling silver Georg Jensen Acorn dish, design #741c by Johan Rohde from 1915. Each crafted as a round, shallow dish with an applied rim, with two acorn handles place...
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1940s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Foam glass Bowl. Johann Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, around 1930s.
Located in Verviers, BE
Foam glass Bowl. Johann Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, around 1930s. Foam glass Bowl. Johann Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, around 1930s. Colorless glass with soda fusions in the intermed...
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1950s Austrian Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

Foam Art Glass Vase. Johann Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, around 1930s.
Located in Verviers, BE
Foam glass vases. Loetz. Johann Loetz Witwe, Klostermühle, Around 1930s. Colorless glass with soda fusions in the intermediate layer, with rolled-in thread net of Green opal glass. ...
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1930s Austrian Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

21st Century Italian Sterling Silver Liberty Style Bowl
Located in VALENZA, IT
Round shaped sterling silver bowl. The edge of the body of the bowl is markedly domed and abruptly interrupted by a section cut toward the inside of the triangular-shaped object. A p...
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

Materials

Sterling Silver

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Grape Tazza 264B
Located in Hellerup, DK
An extra-large sterling silver Georg Jensen Grapes tazza or footed bowl, design #264B from 1918 by Georg Jensen, this is the largest size of the four sizes. The hammering on this pie...
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2010s Danish Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Zsolnay Vintage Nicest Art Nouveau Eosin Bowl with Lady Figurine made 1900-1902
Located in Vienna, AT
Zsolnay vintage quite large Art Nouveau nicest Eosin Bowl with a Sculptured Female Figurine. Stunning ceramics bowl with gorgeous eosin glaze shining purple, red, black. The oblong or egg-shaped bowl has scalloped area, it is edge of a woman's gown train...
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Early 20th Century Hungarian Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

ART NOUVEAU MOORCROFT Florian Ware silver rim bowl
Located in Richmond Hill, ON
William Moorcroft Florian ware silver rim bowl. Green style. Large bowl. Size: 7.8 diameter Condition:All over crazing and hairlines to base
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Early 1900s English Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Art Nouveau Antique Sterling Silver Bowl - London 1907
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1907, this attractive, Edwardian, Antique Sterling Silver Bowl, is in the Art Nouveau taste, with chased floral decoration to the body, and loop handles. Th...
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Early 1900s English Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Rare Jean Pouyat Limoges France Oval Hand-painted Porcelain Ravier Bowl, 1926
Located in Clifton Springs, NY
Rare Jean Pouyat porcelain ravier plate or serving bowl is hand painted with red poppy flowers on pink background and decorated with elaborate Art Nouveau style gilded trim; wavy, o...
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

Materials

Porcelain

Wedgewood Celestial Dragon Lustre Bowl by Daisy Makeig-Jones
Located in Charlotte, NC
This rare and stunning bowl hand painted by Daisy Makeig Jones in the mid 1920’s retains its trademark lustre. The exterior of the bowl is a rich gr...
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1920s British Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Porcelain

Vintage Topaz-Violet Cloud Glass Bowl or Centerpiece by Walther, Germany
Located in Bresso, Lombardy
Made in Germany Walther and Sohne of Radeberg, 1930s - 1940s. The company was well known for making high quality pressed glass. Some of their flint and coloured glass has been attrib...
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1930s German Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Glass

1950s Daum Nancy French Purple Bowl Cameo Art Glass
By Daum
Located in Chula Vista, CA
French Art Nouveau purple cameo art glass bowl Unmarked attributed Daum Nancy 6 height x 11.5 diameter Original preowned unrestored vintage condition. Refer to all mages.   
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Mid-20th Century French Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

1920´s Art Nouveau Hand Crafted Grape Bowl by Erik Magnussen for P. Ipsens Enke
Located in Knebel, DK
1920´s Art Nouveau Grape Decorated Bowl by Erik Magnussen for P. Ipsens Enke The rare hand-crafted art nouveau fruit bowl was designed by Erik Magnussen in 1927 and feature pillar ...
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Mid-20th Century Danish Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Pair Of Art Nouveau Silver Centerpieces With Glass Bowls, Vienna, Circa 1900
By Franz Schlesinger
Located in Vienna, AT
Two elegant silver centerpieces on a high, round, stepped base with a floral relief band, on four divided feet with palmette frieze, on top of which four slender fluted columns arran...
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Early 1900s Austrian Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Silver

Antique Danish Silver Bowl, 1920s.
Located in Asaa, DK
Antique Danish Silver Bowl, 1920s. Elegant bowl in hammered silver made in Denmark in the 1920s. Originally used a sugar or candy bowl. Stamped...
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1920s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Silver

Early 20th C. Czech Footed/Cased Glazed Art Glass Tango Powolny-Like Red Bowl
Located in North Miami, FL
Early 20th century czech cased glazed art glass tango Powolny-like red bowl with foot By: Michael Powolny (in the style of) Material: glass, art glass Technique: cast, polished, glazed, molded Dimensions: 10 in x 5 in Date: early 20th century Style: Jugendstil, Vienna Secession, Art Nouveau Place of origin: Czech Republic This unsigned circular wide-brimmed glass bowl features a vibrant reddish-orange glazed top and black pedestal base. Of czech origin, the sleek colorful tango bowl...
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Early 20th Century Czech Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Glass, Art Glass

French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Tea Canister Circa 1900
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica Daisies Kitchen tea Canister signed Saint Clement Keller & Guerin Circa 1900. H / 4.7 inches. tea / The French.
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Early 1900s French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Flour Canister Circa 1900
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica Daisies Kitchen flour Canister signed Saint Clement Keller & Guerin Circa 1900. H / 7.5 inches. Flour / farine in French.
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Early 1900s French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Loetz Small Vase With Colered Dots Austria 1930s
Located in Verviers, BE
Loetz Art Nouveau vase with details of Colered dots glass 1930s Beautifully decorated glass Rare to find with original condition The piece is in good condition and a real beauty! P...
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1930s Austrian Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

Pink Alabaster Marble Stone Decorative Pedestal Bowl and Scalloped Edges
Located in Toronto, ON
Spectacular pink marble alabaster stone bowl with a pedestal. This stunning bowl stands on a pedestal with scalloped edges. There’s beautiful veining throughout the piece. It’s belie...
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Early 20th Century Unknown Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Alabaster, Marble

Large Royal Dux Cup, Art Nouveau Period
Located in Paris, FR
Large Royal Dux cup crafted in porcelain biscuit. The biscuit is partially enameled, and highlighted with polychrome accents. The cup features two nymphs climbing a shell on waves. O...
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Early 1900s French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Porcelain

French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Salt Canister Circa 1900
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Salt Canister signed Saint Clement Keller & Guerin Circa 1900. H / 6.8 inches. Salt / Sel in French.
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Early 1900s French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

French Art Nouveau Baccarat Crystal Cup green and red flowers - 19th - France
Located in Beuzevillette, FR
Magnificent fruit bowl, empty pocket, centerpiece, bowl, Art Nouveau in green crystal with red floral decoration in the Japanese taste. The cup is enhanced with gold. The crystal is acid etched. Crystal work is wonderful. The cup seems to be attributed to Baccarat. It should be noted that Cristallerie Baccarat only engraved a signature on all productions from 1936. Which explains why this piece is not signed. The shape of the cup is reminiscent of a flower opening its four petals. The design is very delicate and elegant. French work from the 19th century, circa 1880 Art Nouveau Baccarat is a very renowned French crystal glassware...
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19th Century French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Crystal

Ceramic Writing Set 'Till Eulenspiegel' by Michael Powolny, Austria, 1919
Located in Vienna, AT
Till Eulenspiegel in a brown-red jester's costume with bells, sitting with outstretched legs on a rectangular flat base plate, an owl between his feet and a low, four-sided inkwell w...
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1910s Austrian Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Art Nouveau Enameled Bronze Egyptian Lotus Bowl by Ludwig Karl Maria Vierthaler
Located in Chicago, US
Attributed to Ludwig Karl Maria Vierthaler for J. Winhart & Co. The silver markings on the underside of this bowl indicate that it was manufactured by J. Winhart & Co. for whom Vier...
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Early 1900s German Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Silver, Enamel, Bronze

Art Nouveau Copper Cicada Vase with Opal by Ludwig Karl Maria Vierthaler
Located in Chicago, US
Created while a lead designer for J. Winhart & Co., Ludwig Vierthaler’s cicada themed copper vase showcases the design principles which he developed at J. Winhart in the pre-war years, where emphasis was placed on craftsmanship and the characteristics of the material itself. The vase’s ambiguous quality and use of allegory also shows his uncanny understanding of the dual nature of German life at the time. On the one hand, under Kaiser Wilhelm II, Germany was asserting herself strongly in the Weltpolitik through alliances with other central-European powers and in making grand plans to grow in military strength. With hindsight, Vierthaler’s vase is all the more remarkable for his prescience in the twilight of an empire. By presenting a cicada, he evokes a conundrum. Is this cicada a strong adult, newly emerged from a long dormancy? Or is this the cicada...
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Early 1900s German Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Copper

French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Coffee Canister Circa 1900
Located in Austin, TX
French Majolica Daisies Kitchen Coffee Canister signed Saint Clement Keller & Guerin Circa 1900. H / 5.2 inches. Coffee / Cafe in French.
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Early 1900s French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Ceramic Inkwell With Putti by Michael Powolny, Vienna Ceramics, 1910-1912
Located in Vienna, AT
Delicate Art Nouveau ceramic piece: Cylindrical vessel with an openwork relief of running putti, in between colourfully glazed flower bouquets and golden cornucopias with blossoms, t...
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1910s Austrian Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Historicism brass bowl with Dragon handle. 1880 - 1900
Located in CADALSO, ES
Great condition
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1890s German Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Brass

1920's Danish Hand-Crafted Art Nouveau Penguin Ash Tray / Bowl by P. Ipsens Enke
Located in Knebel, DK
Danish hand-crafted Art Nouveau penguin ash tray / bowl designed by Lauritz Jensen in 1923 for P. Ipsens Enke. The art nuveau ash tray / bowl feature a couple of lively penguins and...
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1920s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Silver Centrepiece with Original Cut Crystal Liner, Austria, 1900-1910
Located in Frankfurt am Main, DE
Large silver Art Nouveau period centrepiece/jardinière with original cut crystal glass liner, Austria, 1900-1910. This wonderful and unique centrepiece has an oval form with elaborat...
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Early 20th Century Austrian Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Crystal, Silver

Galle Fire Polished Cameo Glass and Silver Cased Bowl
Located in Gainesville, FL
Emile Galle fire polished cameo glass floral bowl with period silver mounts. Signed in cameo with early Japanese style signature. The larger top mo...
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Late 19th Century French Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Art Glass

Daisy Makeig-Jones Wedgwood Powder Blue Fish Bowl
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A powder blue bone china bowl designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood circa 1915, beautifully decorated with a school of swimming fish. This stunning powder blue fish bowl is an homage to Daisy Makeig-Jones’s beginnings at Wedgwood. In 1912, during her training, the factory successfully created the stippled blue glazing technique that covers this pot’s surface. Makeig-Jones’s own early fish designs accent this Wedgwood powder...
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1910s English Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Porcelain

Modern Serving Tray Calacatta Marble Brass Handmade Portugal by Lusitanus Home
Located in Lisboa, PT
Serving Tray Sakai, Lusitanus Home Collection, Handcrafted in Portugal - Europe by Lusitanus Home. A sublime serving tray, Sakai was design to uplift layback moments. An organic-sha...
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21st Century and Contemporary Portuguese Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Marble, Brass

Jan Eisenloeffel Copper Milk Jug Early 1900.
Located in Bishop's Stortford, GB
Jan Eisenloeffel Copper Milk Jug, a rare object from the early period of his work. He became known for his austere designs for utensils executed in bot...
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Early 1900s Dutch Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

Materials

Copper

Large Frosted Floral Glass Bowl
Located in Vallejo, CA
A beautiful large vintage glass bowl decorated in a frosted floral design with metallic gold leaves. A wonderful decorative piece or for using as a fruit bowl.
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Mid-20th Century Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Glass

Koloman Moser Art Nouveau Meteor Bowl With Silver Rim, Bakalowits Vienna, 1900s
Located in Vienna, AT
A beautiful Art Nouveau Vienna Secession mouth-blown „Meteor“ optical glass bowl with a rim made of silver-plated brass from the early 1900s. Designed by Koloman Moser (1868 - 1919),...
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Early 1900s Austrian Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Brass

Arthur Percy 1940s Celadon Green Art Nouveau Handle Bowl, Sweden
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Vintage 1940s celadon green glazed round decorative bowl with two large elegantly organic swirling handles by Arthur Percy for Upsala Ekeby. Round and thick walled bowl in excellent ...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic, Pottery

Wilton Parker Rix Doulton Lambeth Marqueterie Ware Brown Marbled Bowl
Located in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
A rare and very stylish Doulton Lambeth Marqueterie Ware brown marbled art pottery bowl by Lambeth’s first Art Director Wilton Parker Rix (Doulton Lambeth 1868-1897) and dating from ...
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1890s British Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

1920's Small Handcrafed Danish Art Nouveau Handcrafted Frog Dish by Ipsens Enke
Located in Knebel, DK
1920's Danish Art Nouveau handcrafted frog dish / ash tray by P. Ipsens Enke The handcrafted art nuveau dish/ash tray was designed in 1929 by Axel Sørensen ...
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1920s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Daisy Makeig-Jones Wedgwood Blue Lustre Fish Bowl
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
A light blue lustre bone china bowl designed by Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood circa 1915, beautifully decorated with an aquatic scene. When examinin...
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1910s English Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Porcelain

1910's Danish Art Nouveau Handcrafted Sealion Bowl - Ash Tray by P. Ipsens Enke
Located in Knebel, DK
1910's Danish art nouveau handcrafted sealion bowl - ash tray by P. Ipsens Enke The handcrafted art nuveau bowl featureing sealions designed in 1915 by Miss...
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1910s Danish Vintage Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Antique Art Nouveau Jugendstil Kaydserzinn Large Pewter Tulip Basket
Located in Louisville, KY
With its original patina, this wonderful Art Nouveau pewter basket by Kayderzinn is a piece of art that would be a beautiful addition to many decor designs. Either as a catch all, a ...
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Early 20th Century German Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Pewter

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Grapes Bowl 296B
Located in Hellerup, DK
A medium Georg Jensen sterling silver Grape oval jardinière centerpiece bowl, design #296B by Georg Jensen. A hand hammered large oval bowl that rests on an oval base surrounded by v...
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20th Century Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Vintage Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Bowl 197
Located in Hellerup, DK
A vintage sterling silver Georg Jensen hand-hammered bowl with stylistic floral details, design #197 by Georg Jensen from circa 1916. Additional information: Material: Sterling silv...
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20th Century Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Vintage Georg Jensen Bowl 17C
Located in Hellerup, DK
A sintage sterling silver Georg Jensen bowl, design #17B by Johan Rohde from 1912. Additional information: Material: Sterling silver Styles: Art Nouveau Hallmarks: Vintage Georg Jen...
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20th Century Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Sterling Silver

Art Nouveau Organism Bowl by Zsolnay
Located in Chicago, US
Zsolnay bowl with their "peacock" eosin-glaze. Zsolnay introduced its patented shiny metallic glaze, known as eosin, in 1893. The small family ceramics workshop begun in Pecs, Hunga...
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Early 1900s Hungarian Antique Art Nouveau Decorative Bowls

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Earthenware

Art Nouveau decorative bowls for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Art Nouveau decorative bowls for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage decorative bowls created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include decorative objects, serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, building and garden elements and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, ceramic and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Art Nouveau decorative bowls made in a specific country, there are Europe, Scandinavia, and France pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original decorative bowls, popular names associated with this style include Georg Jensen, P. Ipsens Enke, Greenapple, and Lusitanus Home. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for decorative bowls differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $70 and tops out at $100,000 while the average work can sell for $1,082.

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