The Nancy School became popular for its Art Nouveau designers and artisans, which included Daum, Louis Majorelle, and Eugène Vallin. The upcoming auction offered by will feature works from the 1901 vice presidents of the École de Nancy. Particularly highlighted is a salon suite by French cabinet maker Louis Majorelle. The carved giltwood furniture reflects the signature symbolism and naturalism in Majorelle’s work. A featured mahogany vitrine cabinet and sofa by Eugène Vallin is another notable lot. Curvy and broad furniture designs mark Vallin’s signature style.
Glassware pieces such as lamps and vases by Émile Gallé, Gabriel Argy-Rousseau, and Daum are other highlights of the auction. Majolica figurines and Kayserzinn silverware articles are presented as well. Collectors can also bid on bronze figurines, pottery wares, and paintings. Explore the full listings and register to bid online on Freeman’s website.
# of Lots:155
Price Range:$50 - $12,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Five-piece salon suite by Louis Majorelle||
|Vitrine cabinet and sofa attributed to Eugène Vallin||
|Winter Landscape" vase by Daum||
|Enameled bronze plate by Louis C. Tiffany Furnaces||
|Pewter water jug and wash basin by Kayserzinn||
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- École de Nancy
- Emile Gallé
- Eugène Vallin
- Gabriel Argy-Rousseau
- Kayserzinn silverware
- Louis C. Tiffany
- Louis Majorelle
- Louis Vuitton
- Majolica figurines
- Nancy School
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