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La signature Gallé à l'étoile : une révision chronologique et une estimation quantitative

Abstract : Following the death of the French glassmaker Emile Gallé in 1904, his widow, Henriette Gallé, directed his factory until she died in 1914. During the first few years of her tenure, the industrial series of glass made by the Etablissements Gallé bore a new commercial signature in which the founder’s name was preceded by a star to identify this production as posthumous. Some newly uncovered archives from the factory, as well as from its Parisian representative, Albert Daigueperce (1873–1966), permit us to completely reappraise this production, its chronology (1905–1908, and not 1904–1906, as was long believed), and its extent.
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Samuel Provost. La signature Gallé à l'étoile : une révision chronologique et une estimation quantitative. Journal of Glass Studies, Corning Museum of Glass, 2017, pp.349-365. ⟨hal-01617482⟩

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