A decorative vase by Émile Gallé will be featured in the upcoming Early 20th Century Design Auction, offered by Cowan’s Auctions. The French artist is often associated with the Art Nouveau movement. However, Émile Gallé also dabbled in Naturalism and French Renaissance styles. One of his sculptural works, titled Red Phlox Vase, is available for bidding. Produced in the early 20th century, the vase shows a red phlox and foliage motifs engraved in cameo glass.
In the 1890s, Louis Comfort Tiffany introduced one of Tiffany Studios’ earliest lamps— a Lily Favrile lamp. This piece would lead the glassmaking company to global recognition. Although the initial design of the lamp featured 18 lights, Tiffany Studios later produced smaller versions with six or ten bulbs. Among the offered decorative art lots is a Tiffany Studios Lily Favrile table lamp with six lights. Its asymmetrical design takes inspiration from the Art Nouveau style. An Art Deco vase by Charles Schneider and a pendant chandelier by Daum will also be available. To explore the full catalog and register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:162
Price Range:$100 - $30,000
Interesting lots include:
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|Tiffany Studios, Linenfold Favrile Glass Table Lamp|| Estimate: |
|Émile Gallé, Red Phlox Vase|| Estimate: |
|Tiffany Studios, Lily Favrile Table Lamp|| Estimate: |
|Tiffany Studios, Acorn Double Post Student Lamp|| Estimate: |
|Daum, Miniature Blackbird Vase|| Estimate: |