Interested in quality Art Nouveau antiques, particularly Continental art glass, ceramics and decorative metal works that are directly attributable to notable artistsInterested in quality Art Nouveau antiques, particularly Continental art glass, ceramics and decorative metal works that are directly attributable to notable artists/designers of the period. Contact: (Read more)


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Large Folk Art Gourd w/ Painted Art Nouveau Motif - Martha Danek (2014) - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Hoganas Dwarves Vase for 1897 Arts & Industry Exhibition in Stockholm - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1895 Monumental Sized Gazo Foudji Vase for Hautin, Boulenger et Cie. (Choisy le Roi, France) - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
French Art Nouveau Floriform & Foliate Bronze Candlesticks - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1896 Large Jugendstil Carl Sigmund Luber Tile for Johann von Schwarz Keramikfabrik (Nuremberg) - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
“Hypatia” mixed media symbolist illustration by Yoann Lossel. - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1893 Dalpayrat & Voisin-Delacroix Large Grotesquerie/Symbolist Sang de Boeuf Glazed Stoneware Vase  - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1902 Amédée de Caranza & Jeanne Duc French Art Nouveau Iridescent Glass Goblet - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Keller & Guérin "Flaming Beetle" Reflet Métallique Glazed Stoneware Vase - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
André Methey Flambé Glazed Stoneware Covered (Tobacco?) Jar - Circa 1900 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau


  1. I was wondering who picked this one up. Watched it intently. Congrats!!
  2. New to me. Great piece! Poschinger superb.
  3. Thanks, Kivatinitz. You are being modest...I've seen the quality of your pieces too! Warm regards.
  4. Thanks, Sean68 and all others for the loves. It's nice to see that modern artists are still riffing on Art Nouveau motifs, and I love supporting local art!
  5. You too, Sean68. Stunning! LOL. ;)
  6. Thanks all for the wonderful comments. Researching Foudji has been fun.
  7. Very nice. I've never seen that raised Wahliss stamp/mark before.
  8. I'm with Fledermaus...great design!
  9. Austrohungaro - there is indeed a Gurschner catalog raissoné, which was produced in the early 2000s by one of the ancestors of Gurschner and produced solely on CD-ROM. It took me 4 years of constant ...
  10. Stupendous! But, as with the other one posted, this mount unfortunately is not in the Gurschner catalogue raisonné. I do suspect, however, that this mount was made by the same firm as those producin...
  11. I take back my comment about the floating aspect. I can't see any other reason for the internal pegs to be shaped that way other than to support a relatively flat piece. I had a piece with a mount m...
  12. Not Gurschner, and I suspect a "marriage" of glass and mount. That's not to say that either are not beautiful! It would help to see more of the mount and how it fits at the bottom to the glass. As ...
  13. Wonderful piece! Edgar Allen Poe would approve!
  14. Wonderful design and materials!
  15. Very nice piece. Thanks for the additional information on Hoganas!
  16. Thanks folks. It took some detective work, frankly, to convince me that this was more than just some dwarves. Oddly, the weirder it was, the more my suspicions that this might actually be a notable ...
  17. I like your idea, Jensen, about the the Queen Anne's lace, but the leaves don't fit the description. But, it does possibly make some sense because of the marking underneath with "France" indicated, w...
  18. Thanks folks. Any speculation on the flower/plant type? I went with hydrangea given the structure of the flower bunch, but those leaves are certainly not hydrangea leaves. If anything the leaves lo...
  19. I'll look again, Paris1925, but I don't remember seeing any identification marks. It could have been that there were marks on the bobeche, which I suspect are both missing.
  20. One of his best works, IMHO. Is here:
  21. Thanks Fledermaus! I encourage you to look at this other works.
  22. That's the Dressler amphora mark.
  23. I love Galle furniture, but with the tables I see a major drawback, in that the inlay is so wonderful that you really don't want to use the table as a table and obscure it by things like vases and wha...
  24. Here you go.
  25. I've seen the full set of nesting tables from which this one comes. I'll see if can dig up the auction listing. Very nice piece, Warren. Beautiful.
  26. Simple design, yet supremely elegant!
  27. Could be an expensive toast.
  28. So rare in this size. Very beautiful.
  29. Great write-up!
  30. In the late 19th and early 20th century MANY people would want that in their living room, particularly someone during that period who was socially and intellectually astute.
  31. I believe that Paris1925 is correct. This was most likely some sort of advertisement or product presentation piece. I wouldn't be terribly surprised to learn that the motif with the torch bearing an...
  32. Wonderful! Thank you, Paris1925. It is also helpful to learn of the example's signature with a 1898 date. This indicates that this form, which has a creature identical to one in the famed 1893 Geor...
  33. Thanks for checking, Volkmar, and for the added information! Heckert is finally getting some well deserved attention.
  34. Great detective work, Volkmar! I'm curious. Did you run across the shape drawing for this ( ) in the Heckert de...
  35. Wonderful! I really like the peacock-like effect of the design and glaze colors.
  36. I'd have to agree, jensen. I go for glaze effects too, but with Dalpayrat (as with Lachenal) for me it is the surface characteristics that I find irresistible. Dalpayrat's matte type surfaces beg t...
  37. I second Kairomalte's attribution idea. Heckert came immediately to mind for me too. Beautiful piece, BTW.
  38. The vase went elsewhere. I was only lucky with the goblet.
  39. Thanks, Fledermaus. To your credit, it was your work that came to mind when I first saw this piece.
  40. Any markings on the fixture? Sometimes there will be something at the bottom or outside the ceramic socket.
  41. Wonderful, Fledermaus! I think the shade may be Pallme-König production (Glasfabrik Elizabeth). Not certain about the base, but certainly German/Bohemian in origin. What was the wiring like when bo...
  42. Thanks all. I do feel lucky!
  43. Thanks Sean68. Still pinching myself.
  44. Thanks Vetraio50. I thought it was appropriate for the upcoming Halloween holiday. Frankly, I'm amazed that I landed it.
  45. Haven't decided yet, Fledermaus...just know that I'm running out of display space and getting yet another display is not an option. ;|
  46. Hi, Paris1925. I believe the Tiffany signature is fake, but I could be wrong. I'm not aware of any relationships between Caranza and Tiffany, and the "Favrille" in the signature would not apply here.
  47. Thanks, Vetraio50. I have one more to post, then it's time to "thin the herd" for the season.
  48. It could also be that Hedrich was "snubbed" by the paternalistic art journals of the time. Schmoll and Dietz were much bigger names at the time (and male).
  49. Hi, Paris1925. 14 x 10.2 cm
  50. My German is not at all where it was in college, but doesn't that period reference indicate "design patterns" by Schmoll? If the design is Schmoll's, couldn't it also hold that Hedrich executed the e...
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