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MOSER WINE GLASS : Lot 90

MOSER WINE GLASS : Lot 90

MOSER WINE GLASS : Lot 91

MOSER WINE GLASS : Lot 91

並河靖之 「蝶図瓢型花瓶」

並河靖之 「蝶図瓢型花瓶」

Cranberry Moser Vase

Cranberry Moser Vase

Escalera de vitrales ubicada en el Museo de Hakone, en Kanagawa, Japón

Escalera de vitrales ubicada en el Museo de Hakone, en Kanagawa, Japón

Art Glass Stemware Venetian Style Goblet 10”. Hand sculptured, by  Yurana Design.

Art Glass Stemware Venetian Style Goblet 10”. Hand sculptured, by Yurana Design.

Emile Galle, c.1895. Enameled glass vase

Emile Galle, c.1895. Enameled glass vase

SIGNED MOSER PALE BLUE ART RHINE WINE GLASSES WITH ENAMEL GOLD STENCIL DECOR AND HOLLOW TWIST STEMS

SIGNED MOSER PALE BLUE ART RHINE WINE GLASSES WITH ENAMEL GOLD STENCIL DECOR AND HOLLOW TWIST STEMS

Emile Gallé, Nancy, (1846-1904), Blown, Internal Inclusions, Marquetry Inlays and Engraved Glass Vase.

Emile Gallé, Nancy, (1846-1904), Blown, Internal Inclusions, Marquetry Inlays and Engraved Glass Vase.

Emille Galle continued to incorporate experimental techniques into his work, such as metallic foils and air bubbles, and also revitalized the glass industry by establishing a workshop to mass-produce his, and other artists', designs. The factory would employ 300 workers and artisans at its height, including the notable glassmaker Eugène Rosseau, and remained in operation until 1936.

Emille Galle continued to incorporate experimental techniques into his work, such as metallic foils and air bubbles, and also revitalized the glass industry by establishing a workshop to mass-produce his, and other artists', designs. The factory would employ 300 workers and artisans at its height, including the notable glassmaker Eugène Rosseau, and remained in operation until 1936.

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