Émile Gallé (1846-1904) table, Art Nouveau, Nancy, circa 1900. “Gallé”.
A table with two inlaid tops, supported on spirally fluted legs in a form reminiscent of traditional Japanese bamboo furniture.
Émile Gallé (1846-1904) – famous designer of porcelain, glass and furniture. The precursor of the secession in Nancy, and the later director of the famous École de Nancy hung the motto over his workshop: “Our roots are in the depths of the forests, on the banks of the springs, among the moss.”
Materials and TechniquesWood, Inlay
Dimensions:Height: 76 cm Wight: 57 cm Depth: 33.5 cm
Condition:Good Wear consistent with age and use. The condition is visible in the pictures.
- Period: 1900