Date: Circa 1909
Production place: Baccarat
Materials and technics: Colourless crystal, lined with coloured crystal, gold decoration and acid engraving
Dimensions: H. 30 x w. 11,5 cm
Inventory number: PPO03815
Acquisition details: Gift Jacques-Paul Dauriac, 2015
Room: this work is currently not on display
This vase made of colourless crystal and decorated with cactuses engraved using acid is a beautiful example of the Art Nouveau style adopted by Baccarat for some of the pieces that were displayed at the International Exhibition in Nancy in 1909.
The vase reflects the research work initiated by Émile Gallé, the Daum brothers and Eugène Michel, all artists who are very well represented in the Petit Palais collections.
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