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Art Nouveau style glass vase made by Emile Galle

Made 1895-1905
Vase, Art Nouveau style, coloured glass, acid etched, wheel engraved with applied marquette-de-verre, made by Emile Galle, Nancy, Lorraine, France, 1895-1905

Vase, glass, tapering form, constricted neck, the yellow-green glass body overlaid with purple glass, acid-etched to resemble tree bark, the overlay is wheel engraved with a subtle design of leaves and two flowers, citrus yellow glass applied in marquette-de-verre in the form of petals highlights the flowers, Emile Galle, Nancy, Lorraine, France, 1895-1905 (OF).
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