François Théodore Legrasse – Art Nouveau glazier
Two cameo glass vases with animal scenes height 19 and 24 cm LEGRAS early 20th century.
François Théodore Legrasse, one of the foremost Art Nouveau glaziers along with Emile Galle, the Daum brothers and René Lalique. François Theodore Legrasse’s factory was called the Saint-Denis
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Hans Ulrich Pauly
Koala on a tree made of indicolite, height 3.5 cm, Hans-Ulrich Pauli, Idar-Oberstein, Germany.
Hans Ulrich Pauly, who lives in Idar-Oberstein (Germany), is the successor of the stone-cutting dynasty. He learned the craft from his father, Erwin Pauli, famous for his carved
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Flowers and Birds by Samuel Schellinck
Cups and saucers painted by S. Schellinck, eggshell porcelain, Rozenburg, 1900-1914.
The Dutch painter, potter, engraver and watercolourist Samuel Schellinck (1876-1958) born in Utrecht became famous for his Art Nouveau porcelain paintings. At 16, he moved to The Hague
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Flower arrangements by Sergey Falkin Workshop
Here is what one of the leading stone-cutting masters of Russia, St. Petersburg resident Sergey Falkin, tells about his creative path. “Since childhood, I have been drawing, making
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Liuli Gongfang glass factory
Liuli Gongfang Teapot Pumpkin
  Fine glassware, vases and tiles are produced by the Liuli Gongfang glass factory in Shanghai. The company was founded in 1987 by two glass artists (one of
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Philippe Joseph Brocard
Rare Persian-style enameled glass bowl on a gilded bronze stand, 29 cm high, Brocard, Paris, circa 1878
Philippe-Joseph Brocard (1831-1896), French glassmaker and orientalist, was born in Lans-Saint-Serve (Belgium). He began his career as an art and antiques restorer. Studying the ancient products of the
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J. & L. Lobmeyr glass
Vessel with two handles in Persian style, decorated with enamel and gilding, height 12 cm, J. & L. LOBMEYR, late 19th century
J. & L. Lobmeyr was founded in 1823 by Josef Lobmeyr (1792-1855) from Vienna. In the middle of the 19th century, the company passed to his sons, Josef
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The beauty of Venetian glass in the works of Lino Tagliapietra
Phoenix installation, blown glass, 2020
Today Lino Tagliapietra is considered one of the best glassblowers. All his glass working techniques are replicated by masters all over the world – he not only creates,
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Thomas Webb & Sons
Oriental style vase decorated with enamel and gilt, height 26.6 cm, probably Thomas Webb & Sons, circa 1895
One of England’s most celebrated glass companies in the 19th century, Thomas Webb & Sons is best known for its engraved glassware. Thomas Webb & Sons – Cameo
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Cameo glass BURGUN SCHVERER & CIE
Engraved cameo glass vase, partly finished in the martel technique, height 21 cm, BURGUN SCHVERER & CIE, circa 1900
Burgun, Schwerer & Co., located in the Northern Vosges in a place with the romantic name of Meisenthal, which means “Sinichkina Valley”, is one of the oldest glass
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