A Large Antique BACCARAT Eglantier Pattern Cranberry Pink Acid Glass Bottle.
Floral Cut to Clear Decoration Featuring a Textured Fern Leaf Background with Lilac Purple Overlay Art Nouveau Style Dog Rose Flowers and Leaves.
High Quality Detail to the Flowers and Leaves Typical of Baccarat Craftmanship.
Art Nouveau, Circa 1900
Art Nouveau was Born at the End of the 19th Century as a Reaction to the Prolific and Popular Imitation of Louis XV and Louis XVI Styles at the End of the Second Empire.
In France, Paris and Nancy were the Main Centers of this Aesthetic that Touched all Areas of Decorative Arts and Architecture.
Glass was One of the Favorite Mediums of the “Artisan Artists” of the Period.
Similar Examples in 'Baccarat' by J-L Curtis Page 248-253
This Pattern is also Referenced in the Baccarat 1903-1904 Catalogue and in the 1916 Catalogue.
CONDITION: Good Condition. No Chips or Cracks.
Art Nouveau, Circa 1900.