Posted 6 years ago
This is an established Welz shape seen in a number of pastel and confetti/spatter décors. It is, to me, high late Art Nouveau, being organic (base, stem, neck, flower head), material (twist, dimple, surface) and functional (bulb, flower stem).
Découpage has been the term vaunted for similar spatter/confetti décors which include one or more elements which appear "cut out", which seems to me a neat term.
Like many collector terms, it doesn't reference an original source and is as relevant and applicable as individuals prefer it to be.
To me, it is a very good descriptor.
It is 20cm tall.