Art glass with a bit of blue here and there. French. Eugène Rousseau, artist and dealer. Living from 1827 to 1890, Rousseau had a shop in Paris starting in around 1855. Starting out with porcelain, he later shifted to glass, collaborating with several manufacturers including Appert Frères.

Vase in colored, smoked, etched and enameled glass. ca. 1875-1878. Maker’s marks: Signed “E Rousseau Paris” on the underside. Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2020/important-design-3/vase

Vase decorated with fish and waterweed. Mold-blown and enameled with applied relief. 1878. French. Japonisme. Eugène Rousseau, designer. Appert  Frères, manufacturer. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O1757/vase-rousseau-francois-eugene/
Blown crystal vase decorated with polychrome enamels and gold of falling polychrome tears and a rush around the neck made of colored glass, modeled and applied hot. ca. 1885. French. Designed by Rousseau. Probably manufactured by Appert  Frères. Maker’s marks: signed “F. ROUSSEAU”, engraved under the base. Image © Ader Auctions, Paris. Fair use license. via https://www.ader-paris.fr/en/lot/89706/8912908?

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