Small Glass Paste Vase Emile Gallé Vine Grapes Grapes Art Nouveau Xixth
Add this store to favorites. Very nice little vase glass paste signed gallé, decorated cleared the cluster acid grapes and vine leaves, vintage Art Nouveau late nineteenth and early XXth centuries. This vase is in good condition. It is signed on the side. A note: tiny micro-bursts in the ass (almost invisible) light soiling, a few small scratches and wear time. Molten glass: glass processing known since antiquity (pline), rediscovered by h. Cros 1880, which sought fusible material workable in the pasty or liquid state. This is a colored crystal, previously pulverized and mixed with water, added with a binder to compose a paste; it becomes hard after firing and translucent to then be modeled as a sculpture and colorful. Glass paste is true otient by amalgamating cold glasses and enamels crushed. The paste is then molded and subjected to baking in a mold for lost wax; under the effect of heat agglomerate the components. (Dictionary larousse antiques and flea market). He is the founder and first president of the school of Nancy in 1901. Children of art and commerce, it is one of the most influential figures of applied arts in his time and one of the pioneers of the new art. Height: 10.4 cm diameter neck 4 cm / max.
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