Vase with Djinn

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Vase with Djinn
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Overall H: 30 cm, W: 23.8 cm
On Display
about 1884-1889
Primary Description: 
Colorless glass; blown, tooled, applied, acid-etched, perhaps iridized, stained, enameled and gilded. Large, three handled vase elaborately decorated in an eclectic style derived from a variety of medieval and later sources in the Islamic world. The ornament includes three cartouches containing: a figure with a genie emerging from a bottle, a figure looking up at another figure on a flying carpet and a genie(?). Around the rim is what appears to be an inscription.
Skinner, Inc., Source
Engraved On underside of base
E. Galle Nancy
Engraved On underside of base
Emīru gare no garasu: ketteiban; エミール・ガレのガラス : 決定版 / 山根郁信編 (2019) illustrated, pp. 144-145;
The Corning Museum of Glass Annual Report 2008 (2009) illustrated, Cover; BIB# AI94759
20th Century Furniture & Decorations (sale 2416) (2008-06-28) Lot 350; BIB# 103591