Decorative Arts

French Art Nouveau Pâte-de-Verre Paperweight by Walter
Walter—P-19177
Art Nouveau Bronze Corkscrew
Henty Miault—S-19449
French Art Nouveau Plaster Plaque by Rupert Carabin
Carabin—S-14011
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Sculpture by Agathon Léonard.
Agathon Léonard—B-19324
Gauthier Dining Suite
Gauthier—F-17675
"Butterfly Dancer" by Bouraine & Argy-Rousseau.
Argy-Rousseau—P-19357
"Tale of Genji" Commode by Émile Gallé
Gallé—F-17739
French Art Nouveau Autumnal Landscape Vase by Daum
Daum—G-19306
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Desk Weight by Georges Recipon
Récipon—S-19296
Art Nouveau Bench by Camille Gauthier
Camille Gauthier—F-19241
"Langouste", pâte de verre paperweight by Walter and Bergé.
Walter and Bergé—P-18460
Louis Damon Vases titled "Triton" & "Saint George Slaying the Dragon"
Louis Damon—G-19262
Art Nouveau "Crabe" Vide Poche by Amalric Walter
Almeric Walter—P-18907
Art Nouveau Vase "Lyciet de Barbarie" by Argy-Rousseau
Argy rousseau—G-19245
English Art Nouveau "Tudric" Clock by Archibald Knox
Archibald Knox—F-18530
"Grapevine" Cameo Glass vase by Émile Gallé
Émile Gallé—G-18637
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4/8/2019
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