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Moorcroft Van Eetvalde Jug JU3 - Numbered

Product Description

Moorcroft Van Eetvalde Jug

2021 Art Nouveau Collection 

Designer: Nicola Slaney

Shape: JU3

Numbered Edition 

Dimensions: H 30.5 x W 13.5 x D 11.5 cm

Raphael Evaldre, was a French artist, who was a student of Louis Comfort Tiffany.  In Brussels he collaborated with Victor Horta on Hotel Tassel, and encouraged him to abandon the traditional practice of using glass with painted decoration in favour of American glass produced in Brussels by Overlopp & Cie.  Evaldre was highly successful and worked regularly with Horta, Saintenoy and Delune, whilst also completing projects of his own. 

The Hotel van Eetvalde was one of Horta’s most prestigious commissions in 1895.  Situated on Avenue Palmerston in Brussels, here stained-glass created a harmonious effect as it suffused the light entering the building with a spiritual quality and created an atmosphere of serenity. 

One stained-glass double doorway in particular inspired designer Nicola Slaney.  In the two main door panels, organic flowers grow wild and free, with straight stems, that have both sinuous, curving roots at the base, and also sinuous stems at the top which end in a series of twisting, and interlocking linework to create imagery that could only be from a great artist’s mind.  Behind the straight stems, are a series of green rectangular panes of glass, which change to a golden yellow about the flowerheads.  The shape of the glass changes too, from symmetrical green panes, to irregular golden panes, as the doorway design becomes fluid the higher up the design ascends. 

To reflect the golden panels, Nicola chose a clotted cream clay for her design.  Her flowers roots are wine in colour, while the stems are golden with hints of subtle orange shading, leading your eye to the swirling Art Nouveau flowers at the top.  A hint of turquoise brings a flash of brightness to the green, wine and golden colour palette Nicola has used, while the dark base, rim and handle of this Moorcroft jug, echo the dark oak doorway itself into which Evaldre’s stained-glass is set.

Faulconbridge Antiques are Authorised Moorcroft Retailers and we only sell
 "FIRST QUALITY" pieces
 We Do Not Sell "Graded or Seconds" Moorcroft pieces!
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