Reticulated Glass

Glass which has been blown into a metal armature which has apertures through which the glass may bulge out. Tiffany used the technique, and Daum executed a number of vases and bowls blown into wrought armatures by Majorelle, a design that was copied by several other firms, including Muller, with the metal part made by a variety of firms, including that of Edgar Brandt.


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