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JULES CAYETTE art nouveau lustre pottery jardiniere " les sauterelles " 1906

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ECOLE DE NANCY13 of 14early art nouveau majolica ashtray by EMILE GALLEan early EMILE GALLE glass bonbonniere circa 1867
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Posted 3 years ago

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paris1925
(365 items)

hi friends, i'm very happy to prensents my new treasure!!!! i just got luck this sunday in auction house, my first auction trip-) nobody care of that museum piece ! i was just in fight with a "phone call"..... but now way i want it.... i get it-)

this piece i exhibited in the ORSAY MUSEUM and also in nancy in MUSEE DE L'ECOLE DE NANCY

This piece win the GRAND PRIX in 1906 a contest close to the ecole de nancy organized by alphonse cytere. the piece is signed with the monogram designed especially for that contest by Victor Prouvé, the creator of ECOLE DE NANCY.

Cayette Jules (1882-1953), creator of art in Nancy

nancy, jules Cayette, nancy school, new art, decorative arts, etienne martinJules Cayette born in 1882 in Paris of a Lorraine father. Arriving in Nancy in 1888, he was a student and then a member of the School of Nancy alongside the big names who participated in this artistic movement: Prouvé, Vallin, Gruber, Daum, Walter ...

Cayette moved to his account in 1910 and immediately began a successful career, basking in glory. It explores all areas: wood, bronze, leather, metalwork, lighting, furniture, etc. Far from being stuck in one style, he walks from the 1920s to the Decorative Art and continued his creations ever changing until his death in 1953.

Its production of high quality, diversified. Cayette creates furniture: chairs, beds, cabinets, windows, lamps, carpets and many decorative elements for buildings, all carefully chosen to wealthy individuals, businesses, public and religious buildings. Unlike the other artists of the time, its production was never industrialized.

Many testimonies are still visible in Lorraine, and especially Nancy.

The author, Stephen Martin, doctor of historical geography, is the author of several publications on Lorraine nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His latest book, The Cross Chapter in Nancy and Toul, is considered a standard work on the subject. He contributes regularly to the country Lorrain, the magazine of the Museum Lorrain.

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  1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
    Congratulations on your purchase, PARIS !!!!!!
  2. paris1925 paris1925, 3 years ago
    Hi vetraio thanx-)
  3. surfdub66 surfdub66, 3 years ago
    Love it !!
  4. kyratango kyratango, 3 years ago
    What a serious and documented collector! Bravo David!!!
    Dernière photo, (Musée de l'Ecole de Nancy?) superbe Gallé paysage des Vosges, faudra que je poste le mien...
  5. kivatinitz kivatinitz, 3 years ago
    David thanks a lot for teaching us this interesting things
  6. paris1925 paris1925, 3 years ago
    hi kyra and kivatinitz-) thanks for nice comments.... i just picked up my new books with all european masters potters-) with marks....

    europeische keramik 1880 - 1930 zamlung zilzer...... i recommand it!!!!
    kyra pour le vase je crois que c'est un muller freres ? ha oui poste un peu verrerie si tu as-)
  7. fledermaus fledermaus, 3 years ago
    This is another very nice lustre piece. There was a chipped one on ebay a while back. How much did you have to pay? I just won a large Massier last week. I should post it. Congratulations! I really love it! The Orsay is one of my favorite museums.
  8. paris1925 paris1925, 3 years ago
    hi fleder i got it in auction for 200 eu + tax fees so 243 eu .... i know it could apear expensive and for me it is a lot ( i open me " SOS budget box-) with some flea sales monney this summer-)) but.... for me it is more important to acquire pieces with historical references .... and i dont really care of price if the piece have some interesting story. in france ramberviller works are not very valuable, and not very collected.... like denbac..... as diffrence that rambervillers ask to some famous sculptors to create some few models.... the only pieces really with some "value" in the art market.... this puece is estimate 800-1200 eu with damadges ( i seen it in auction) sold for 800 so i think i've buy it for reasonnable price..... for a collector... for an atique dealer i dont think this price will be interesting.
  9. kyratango kyratango, 3 years ago
    Great catch for a museum piece, anyway, you are wise in your buys!
  10. kyratango kyratango, 3 years ago
    David, nouvelle photo du haut du Daum...

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