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lot 295

With a double top inlaid with precious wood representing bouquets of flowers, it rests on four arched legs and bears the signature of Emile Gallé (1846-1904).
20th century period.
H: 81; W: 92; D: 61 cm

Émile Gallé, born in Nancy in 1846 and died in the same city in 1904, was a French industrialist, master glassmaker, cabinetmaker and ceramist. He was the founder and first president of the École de Nancy in 1901.
A child of art and commerce, he is one of the most outstanding figures of the applied arts of his time and one of the pioneers of Art Nouveau.