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19th century Japanese bronze Art Nouveau style bat vase

19th century Japanese bronze Art Nouveau style bat vase

Exceptional Rookwood Iris glaze vase with life-like flower decoration that encircles the vase by Fred Rothenbusch.  Background shades from green to gray to white.  Dated 1903.  Shape #907D.  Artist's initials are incised.  Light overall crazing.  Height 10 5/8".  Acquired from the Ed Kircher collection and pictured in his 1969 book titled Rookwood It's Golden Era of Art Pottery 1880-1929.

Exceptional Rookwood Iris glaze vase with life-like flower decoration that encircles the vase by Fred Rothenbusch. Background shades from green to gray to white. Dated 1903. Shape #907D. Artist's initials are incised. Light overall crazing. Height 10 5/8". Acquired from the Ed Kircher collection and pictured in his 1969 book titled Rookwood It's Golden Era of Art Pottery 1880-1929.

aleyma: Horaku, Owl and Bat netsuke, early to mid 19th century (source).

aleyma: Horaku, Owl and Bat netsuke, early to mid 19th century (source).

Freiwald Pottery stoneware vase with bat  moon

Freiwald Pottery stoneware vase with bat moon

Carved out of Mother of Pearl by Steph Lusted

Carved out of Mother of Pearl by Steph Lusted

Moser Art Glass

Moser Art Glass

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1900_Vase_Chauve-souris.jpg

Boris the Bat

Boris the Bat

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.

lovely, just beautiful - looks like Van Briggle

lovely, just beautiful - looks like Van Briggle

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