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Art Nouveau Pâte de Verre Plaque by Amalric Walter

A French Art Nouveau pâte de verre "Langouste" plaque by Amalric Walter. This six-sided plaque shows a green lobster surrounded by yellow seaweed and shells, on a pale background.

Art Nouveau Pâte de Verre Plaque by Amalric Walter

"Grapevine" Cameo Glass vase by Émile Gallé

A French Art Nouveau "Grapevine blowout" cameo glass vase by Émile Gallé. The vase is decorated with gray-violet grapes hanging from red vines and surrounded by dark red-brown foliage. The background is opalescent cream.

'Grapevine' Cameo Glass vase by Émile Gallé

Walter and Bergé Pâte de Verre Lizards Tray

A French Art Nouveau pâte de verre tray by Amalric Walter. This tray is decorated with a spotted green lizard lying on the outer rim of the yellow dish. A similar dish is pictured in: Amalric Walter (1870-1959), by Keith Cummings, Kingswinford: Broadfield House Glass Museum, 2006, p. 19, plate 16.

Walter and  Bergé  Pâte de Verre Lizards Tray

Art Nouveau "Crabe" Vide Poche by Amalric Walter

A French Art Deco pâte de verre vide poche by Amalric Walter and Henri Bergé. The tray features a black and brown crab with yellow highlights against a blue and yellow mottled background. The hexagonal form and radiating lines out of the crab''s back plant this piece firmly in the Art Deco aesthetic of geometry and symmetry. A similar dish is pictured in: "Amalric Walter (1870-1959)", by Keith Cummings, Kingswinford: Broadfield House Glass Museum, 2006, p. 18, plate 13.

Art Nouveau 'Crabe' Vide Poche by Amalric Walter

French Art Nouveau ''Fleurs de Pommier'' Cameo Glass Vase by Émile Gallé.

A French Art Nouveau ''Fleurs de pommier'' cameo glass vase by Émile Gallé. This ovular vase features crimson leaves and crisp red apple blossoms on a gold ground. The flora is rendered in slightly translucent glass, which makes a remarkable contrast against the opaque ground. Gallé had a remarkable ability to convey feeling and time in his work. With a stagnant sky and vividly warm color, this vase has the essence of a summer sunset. A similar vase is pictured in: Glass by Gallé, by Alastair Duncan and Georges de Bartha, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1984, p. 195, plate 295.

French Art Nouveau ''Fleurs de Pommier'' Cameo Glass Vase by Émile Gallé.

French Art Nouveau "Nénuphars" Cameo Glass Vase by Daum

A French Art Nouveau "Nénuphars" cameo glass vase by Daum. The opalescent body of the vase features wheel-carved orange and brown water lilies in varied states of maturity against a blue martelé ground.

French Art Nouveau 'Nénuphars' Cameo Glass Vase by Daum

French Art Nouveau Pâte-de-Verre Paperweight by Walter

A French Art Nouveau pâte-de-verre paperweight by Almaric Walter and Henri Bergé featuring an intricately textured blue and green chameleon sitting on a rock. A similar paperweight is pictured in Amalric Walter (1870-1959), by Keith Cummings, Kingswinford: Broadfield House Glass Museum, 2006, p. 19, cat. no. 16c.

French Art Nouveau Pâte-de-Verre Paperweight by Walter

"Papillon" Bowl by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau

A French Art Nouveau pâte de verre "Papillon" bowl by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau. The bowl has three Luna moths with brown bodies and textured green wings with red spots. They sit just below the bowl''s rim in a background of mottled purple and pink, fading to opalescence. A similar bowl is pictured in: "G. Argy Rousseau: Glassware as Art, by Janine Bloch-Dermant, London: Thames and Hudson, Ltd., 1991, p. 178, cat. no. 15.01.

'Papillon' Bowl by Gabriel Argy-Rousseau