Muller Frères glass vase

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Muller Frères glass vase

BIBLIOTHECA CULINARIA
Spherical vase in orange and midnight blue marbled glass signed in acid Muller Fres., Luneville. The number 4 is etched, again in acid, on the base. Circa 1920.

This esteemed French glass company Muller Frères was famous for its Art Nouveau-style vases, lampshades, and chandeliers, which often incorporate laminated and colored glass. The workshop was founded by Henri Muller and his brothers in 1895 after training with Émile Gallé, who allegedly held a grudge against Muller for starting a rival business. In 1910 the company began producing lamps in association with Chapelle and, at its peak, employed around 300 workers. Production was stopped in 1933, and the actory closed three years later, a victim of the Great Depression.

Height 16.5 cm - Diameter 12 cm - Base diameter 6 cm
Some minimal abrasion in line with the age and use of the object.

Period: 

First quarter 20th Century

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Bibliotheca Culinaria began as a specialized publisher providing books to Italy's professional chefs. Our curiosity regarding culinary history led to an interest in material culture and the many tools and objects that relate to agriculture, cooking, and dining.

We've assisted restaurants, pastry shops, and hotels in locating unusual items for their decor and are always delighted to add to a collection of kitchenalia. We welcome the challenge of assembling groups of objects for maximum visual impact. Our stock, largely Italian and French in origin, encompasses a range of materials and eras from Alpine treen to French majolica, from copper pots to Murano glass.

We find objects that display signs of use to be particularly eloquent. Handling them, we are reminded of the lasting impact of simple quotidian gestures and they return us to the particular convivial atmosphere of past times.

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