Arts Déco vases in enamel over copper. All of these designed by Camille Fauré for Limoge.

Vase with raised polychrome enameled geometric decorations on metal. ca. 1925-1935. French. Limoge, maker. Maker’s marks: signed “C. Fauré Limoge” in gold above the stand. Image © 2020 Dorotheum GmbH & Co KG. Fair use license. via

Pear-shaped vase copper vase with polychrome and gilt enamel with flaming decoration. Undated. French. Limoge, maker. Maker’s marks: Signed Limoge on the rim. Image © Fair use license. via
“Ocean Waves” copper vase decorated with waves of enamel in blue, green, and pink. ca. 1925. Arts Déco. French. Limoge, maker. Maker’s marks: signed “C. Fauré Limoge France.” Image ©, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via

Have a cup of tea the Jugendstil way. The Eastern European version of Art Nouveau and dating from around 1900 to 1913.

Teakettle with heater. Jugendstil. German. Copper and brass. F & R Fischer, maker. Image © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. Fair use license. via

Tea kettle with heater. Jugendstil. Brass and copper. Makers marks: Impressed “D” and “OED” with crossed swords on underside. Image © 2011-2020 Fair use license. via

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Teapot with heater and raffia wrapped handle. Jugendstil. Brass with the teapot having a tinned interior. Part hallmarked. Image © Kunst-Auktionshaus Wendl, Rudolstadt, and Very Important Lot. Fair use license. via

Teakettle with heater. Jugendstil. ca. 1910. Brass and copper. Designed by Dutch designer Jan Eisenloeffel for F. & R. Fischer which was in Germany. Image © 2020 Etsy, Inc. Fair use license. via

Pieces in metal with detailing that makes them shine from the American rendition of the Arts and Crafts movement. Rebecca Cauman, artist. Living from 1872 to 1964, she studied at the Massachusetts College of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design American, 1882–1964)born in Massachusetts in 1872, and educated at the Massachusetts College of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design.

Covered box. ca. 1905.
Covered box. ca. 1905. Hammered copper and enamel. Signed on the underside. Image © 2002-2020 LiveAuctioneers. Fair use license. via

Covered bowl or box
Covered bowl or box with a planished finish resting on a spreading foot with hand chased, pierced and enamel decoration. Hand chased lid with a rock crystal final from which radiate 12 hand pierced, applied and enameled ovals. ca. 1927. Sterling silver, rock crystal and enamel. Exhibited at the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts Tricennial Exhibition held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in March of 1927. Marked “STERLING/Cauman” underneath. Image © 2020 Spencer Marks Ltd. Fair use license. via

Box with lid. 1925. Pewter and glass. Collection of the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee. Photo credit: Sailko. Cc0 License 3.0. via,_scatola_con_coperchio,_in_peltro_e_vetro,_1925_ca.jpg

Bookends. ca. 1920. Hammered copper and enamel. Collections of the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis. In the public domain. via

Jugendstil candlesticks. Jugendstil having been the Central European version of Art Nouveau. One in the Nieuwe Kunst tradition which came out of the Netherlands at around the same time.

Candlestick. 1910. Dutch.
Candlestick. 1910. Nieuwe Kunst in style, yet another take on Art Nouveau, this from the Netherlands. Brass. J. C. Stoffels, maker (1878-1952). Image courtesy Peter de Rijcke, grandson of J. C. Stoffels. Used with permission. via

Candlesticks. 1900-1950. Bronze. Jugendstil.
Candlesticks. 1900-1950. Jugendstil. Bronze. Maker not known. Image © 2020 Catawiki. Fair use license. via

Candelabra. ca. 1900. Jugendstil. German.
Candelabra in polished pewter, each with a crimped hexagonal base supporting open stylized flowing organic foliate centers. ca. 1900. Jugendstil. German. Pewter. Marks for Orivit and the number 2119 to the underside. Orivit, maker. Image © 1996 – 2019 GoAntiques LLC, Fair use license. via

Candlesticks, especially designed with the round ball weight to keep the candlestick from being knocked over.
Cantilever candlesticks, especially designed with the round ball weight to keep the candlestick from being knocked over and to be safely carried in the hand to be set down. ca. 1900. German. Jugendstil. Copper and brass. Carl Deffner Esslingen, maker. Marks: Underside stamped “CDE” within a shield with two crossed halberds. Image © 2002-2020 LiveAuctioneers and The Pedestal, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. Fair use license. via