Cameo Glass

Cameo GlassA form of decoration produced by carving or etching through fused layers of differently colored glass. First developed in Ancient Rome, the technique experienced a revival during the Art Nouveau movement. Emile Gallé and Daum Nancy produced cameo glass using nature themes in Nancy, France and in the United States Louis Comfort Tiffany produced examples through his Tiffany Studios.


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Walter — P-19175
French Art Deco pâte-de-verre Vase, titled "Primeveres" by Rousseau,
Gabriel Argy-Rousseau — P-14388
French Art Deco Pâte-de-Verre Glass Vase by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau
Argy-Rousseau — G-19183
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