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Art Nouveau Glass


The Art Nouveau era dates to around 1880 - 1910. The style is inspired from the organic forms of nature. Art Nouveau Glass normally consists of curvy lines, stylised flowers and leaves, and often an oily, iridescent finish. The art nouveau style became popular when it was showcased at the World's Fair in Paris in 1900. Makers of Art Nouveau glass include Bohemian manufacturers Loetz, Kralik, Pallme-König and Rindskopf, French makers Lalique, Baccarat and Daum, Richardsons and John Walsh from the UK, and Tiffany and Dugan from USA.



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