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EUGENE MICHEL – VASE, CIRCA 1900

VASE, CIRCA 1900
Clear glass, etched to simulate the movement of the waves, partly frosted, overlaid with enamel
and wheel-carved with a decor of fishes and aquatic flora
17 cm. high

Exhibition
Bestiaire de verre, de la fin du XIXe siècle à nos jours, Musée du verre, Conches en Ouche, 9 March-24 November 2019, ill. pp. 20, 21

Provenance
Leo Kaplan, New York, acquired in 2000

ERNEST BUSSIERE – KELLER & GUERIN – “BRACTEE D’OMBELLE”, CIRCA 1900

“BRACTEE D’OMBELLE”, CIRCA 1900
Earthenware vase decorated with low-fired metallic iridescent glaze, decorated with leaves and openwork stems
Signed underneath K.G. Lunéville BUSSIERE
28 cm. high

Exhibition
Exposition de l’Alliance Provinciale des Industries d’Art, Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, March 1903
Nancy 1900 Jugendstil in Lothringen, Münchner Stadtmuseum, 1980, n. 409, p. 365
Christian Debize, L’Ecole de Nancy, Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 1993, ill. p. 89
Céramiques végétales – Ernest Bussière et l’Art Nouveau – Musée de l’Ecole de Nancy, 21 June-25 September 2000, ill. p. 44

AUGUSTE JEAN – A PAIR OF BALUSTER VASES, CIRCA 1878

A PAIR OF BALUSTER VASES, CIRCA 1878
Glass, each resting on four applied feet, the necks pulled up to points, alternating with others running down, two large glass cabochons applied to the sides with a Japanese polychrome enamelled design, gilt
Signed
57 cm. high

Exhibition
Sunderland Museum & Art Gallery, The Art of Glass – Art Nouveau to Art Deco, 17 July-27 October 1996

Bibliography
Victor Arwas, The Art of Glass, Andreas Papadakis, publisher, 1996, p. 11, n. 10

ALBERT DAMMOUSE – A RARE COVERED PITCHER, CIRCA 1890

A RARE COVERED PITCHER, CIRCA 1890
Glazed stoneware, thickly overlaid with sang-de-boeuf glaze, the lid in vermeil stylized as a flower
Impressed circular signature A DAMMOUSE S (for Sèvres)
with silversmith and French Minerva marks
18.5 cm. high

PIERRE-ADRIEN DALPAYRAT – ALPHONSE VOISIN-DELACROIX – VASE IN A SHAPE OF A FRUIT, ALSO KNOWN AS “COEUR DEVORE PAR UN ANIMAL”, 1892-1893

VASE IN A SHAPE OF A FRUIT, ALSO KNOWN AS “COEUR DEVORE PAR UN ANIMAL”, 1892-1893
Grès with a sang-de-boeuf and green glaze
Signed
23 cm. high

Exhibition
Adrien Dalpayrat / Céramique française de l’Art Nouveau, Arnoldsche Art Publishers, 1998,
similar model ill. p. 139 n. 79

Bibliography
Henri-Pierre Fourest & al., L’art de la Poterie en France de Rodin à Dufy, Sèvres, Musée national
de la céramique, 1971, ill. n. 83
Hakenjos, Berndt & Ekkart Klinge, Europäische des Jugendstils, Düsseldorf, Hetjens museum,
1974, p. 29, n. 29
Lynne Thornton & Antoine Alain Glück, L’Art en marge des Grands Mouvements, Salons et Visionnaires de 1880 à 1930,
Paris, Etude Pillias, 1974, p. 66, n. 116
Arielle Guillaume & al., Alphonse Voisin-Delacroix, Besançon, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d’
Archéologie de Besançon, 1993, p. 801, n. 58

JEAN CARRIES – JAPANESE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1900

JAPANESE BOTTLE, CIRCA 1900
Glazed stoneware, multilayered in brown, blue and pink dripping
Signed and numbered 30 underneath
15.5 cm. high

Bibliography
Paul Arthur, French Art Nouveau Ceramics: An Illustrated Dictionary, Norma éditions, 2015,
ill. p. 93
Frédéric Descouturelle, Olivier Pons, La céramique et la lave émaillée d’Hector Guimard, Edition du Cercle Guimard, p. 15

Provenance
Formerly in the collection of Maître Francis Lombrail, Paris

EDGAR WILLIAM BRANDT – ANDO JUBEI – VASE, CIRCA 1904

VASE, CIRCA 1904
Copper decorated with white and yellow cloisonné enamelled daisies on a green background
Silver mount by Edgar Brandt
Bearing the monogram of Ando Jubei
13 cm. high

Jubei’s cloisonné enamels are in the collections of the Victoria and Albert and the Walters Art museums

Bibliography
Robert de Souza, Oeuvres diverses d’Edgar Brandt, L’Art Décoratif, 1904, vol. II, p. 145 for a similar design

J. TOSTRUP (Attributed to), SET OF 6 SPOONS, CIRCA 1900

SET OF 6 SPOONS, CIRCA 1900
Vermeil with plique-à-jour enamels. Blue enamelled spiral
Two spoons bearing a mark with three crowns
With silver mark

Weight: 104 g.

In its fitted case of the jeweller P. A. LIE, Christiania
Christiania became Oslo in 1906