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ART NOUVEAU A HUNGARIAN PERSPECTIVE LIST OF EXHIBITS

GYÖRGY RÁTH VILLA MUSEUM OF APPLIED ARTS BUDAPEST, 2019


EXHIBITION Senior Curator:

Hilda Horváth Curator:

Ildikó Pandur Assistant to the Senior Curator:

Gabriella Balla Project leader:

Zoltán Vermes Project coordinator:

Anett Kozics Visual Design:

Tibor Somlai (Somlai Design Stúdió Kft.) Exhibition graphics, wallpaper and carpet design:

Klára Katona Installation:

KIÁLL Kiállítás Tervező és Kivitelező Kft., László Gyürky Sound installation:

Eduárd Sik (Reggel8 Bt.)

The Museum of Applied Arts would like to thank the following institutions and private person for lending their artworks and digital photos: József Bedő Hungarian National Museum KOGART – Gábor Kovács Art Collection Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Maryhill Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts Museum of Fine Arts – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery Soproni Múzeum The Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport Exhibiting artists:

glass artist Gergely Pattantyús, glass artist Ágnes Smetana Sponsors of the exhibition:

Friends of the Museum of Applied Arts, Foundation Supporting the Museum of Applied Arts, Mensor 3D Kft., Guerlain

Preventive conservation of artworks:

The Museum of Applied Arts is maintained by the

Péter Orosz

Ministry of Human Capacities

Restoration of artworks: Artárium Studió Kft., Baráth Textil Bt., Alexandre Botz, Bútorműves Kft., Tamás Cservák, Edit Darabos, Lili Eszter Fa, Kornélia Hajtó, Mátyás Horváth, Nándor Horváth, Katalin Horváthné Csontos, Dániel Gábor Jakab, Gábor Juhász, András Kalivoda, András Kovács, Andrea Madarász, Vera Marinka, Rebeka Nagy, Nóra Nagyváradi – Mihály Kozma – László Czifrák, Lóránt Nám (Vasi Family-Dent Bt.), György Németh, Péter Orosz, Mátyás Papp, Anikó Pataki, Andrea Perger, Veronika Szilágyi, Zoltán Takáts, Noémi Varga, Zsuzsanna Várhegyi, Anna Vihart, Barnabás Wölfinger, Éva Zoltán MAA staff members: Noémi Csepregi, Krisztina Friedrich, Miklós Gálos, Miklós Győrfi, Éva Horányi, Katalin Jankovicsné Varga, Zsuzsanna Lovay, Laura Monori, Anikó Moór, Piroska Novák, Emese Pásztor, Diána Radványi, Gergő Rózsavölgyi, Réka Semsey Exhibition coordination:

Bernadett Guzsik, Zsófia Kancler Press:

Zsolt Koren Communication:

Ágnes Géczyné Rusz, Flóra Kocsis English translation:

Stephen Kane Museum education:

LIST OF EXHIBITS Authors of the catalogue entries:

Ildikó Antal (HMSTT), Gabriella Balla, Györgyi Fajcsák (MFA–HFMAA), Csaba Hertelendy (MFA), Éva Horányi, Hilda Horváth, Zsuzsanna Lovay, Márta Pallag (HNM), Ildikó Pandur, Diána Radványi, Réka Semsey English translation:

Stephen Kane Copy editor:

Klára Szegzárdy-Csengery Design and layout:

Klára Katona Photos of the artworks: Gellért Áment, Andrea Bényi, Attila Ferancz, Krisztina Friedrich, Iván Jaksity, Dávid Kovács, Zsófia Kovács, Tibor Nagy, Benedek Regős, Ágnes Soltészné Haranghy, Jonatán Urbán (Museum of Applied Arts), Barnabás Kiss (HMSTT), KOGART Archive, Márton Pattantyús, Péter Puheli (HNM), Benedek Regős (artworks by Ágnes Smetana)

© Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest, 2019 Second, revised edition

Julianna Joó, Melinda Péterfy

ISBN 978–615–5217–33–3

Artworks shipping:

On the front cover: Window from Ráth Villa

Museum Complex Kft. Lighting:

Printed by:

Imre Móricz (MAA)

Conint Print Kft., Budapest


CONTENTS

Layout, ground floor............................4 Layout, 1st floor...............................5 F1 Entrance hall......................................7 F2 Hall, staircase....................................8 F3 British art.........................................13 F4 Austrian art......................................20 F5 French art........................................29 F6 György Ráth's gallery.......................37 F7 Art Nouveau dining room..................54 F8 Art Nouveau sitting room.................65 E1 Display cases – tiles..........................78 E1 Display cases – ceramics..................85 E1 Display cases – porcelain..................97 E1 Display cases – glass......................110 E1 Display cases – metalworking.........125 E2 The magic of the Orient..................142 E3 György Ráth's dining room.............147 E4 The Hungarian way........................156 E5 Géza Maróti (Rintel).......................159


GROUND FLOOR

GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY

F6

ART NOUVEAU DINING ROOM

F7

HALL, STAIRCASE ENTRANCE HALL

ART NOUVEAU SITTING ROOM

F8

STAFF AREA

F2

F1

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FRENCH ART

AUSTRIAN ART

BRITISH ART

F5

F4

F3


1ST FLOOR

THE MAGIC OF THE ORIENT

E2

GYÖRGY RÁTH'S DINING ROOM

E3

THE HUNGARIAN WAY

E4 MARÓTI

E5 PROJECTION ROOM

E6 DISPLAY CASES

HALL, STAIRCASE

E1

F2

DRESSING ROOM

E7

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

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ENTRANCE HALL F1 1. Alajos STRÓBL: Bust of György Ráth 1894 Bronze 2. Alajos STRÓBL: Bust of Mrs György Ráth 1894 Marble Museum of Fine Arts – Hungarian National Gallery

3. Sculpture – Kneeling female nude with fish Designed and executed by Wiener Keramik Werkstätte Vienna, between 1905 and 1916 Fired chamotte clay, reduction fired lustre glaze

4. Display cabinet Hungary, early 20th century Walnut, metal and glass

5. György Ráth's personal jewellery for his ceremonial Hungarian attire Hungary, 1896 Cast and repoussé gilded silver, emeralds and pearls, and cloisonné enamel 7


F2 HALL, STAIRCASE

1. Style of Jacob JORDAENS (1593–1678) Woman with a Glass From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

2. Leandro BASSANO (1557–1622) The Annunciation to the Shepherds From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

3. Jan van NOORDT (1623–1681) Lot and his Daughters (copy) From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

4. Melchior de HONDECOETER (1636–1695) Barnyard From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 8


HALL, STAIRCASE F2

5. Paul de VOS (1591–1678) Still Life with Deer, Wild Fowl and a Fruit Basket (copy) From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

6. Alexander COOSEMANS (1627–1689) Still Life with Fruit and Lobster (copy) From the collection of György Ráth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

7. Armchair from the collection of György Ráth Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Imre MAHUNKA Budapest, 1901 Carved, pierced and notched elm, upholstered plush fabric

8. Mirror from the collection of György Ráth Design by: Pál HORTI Budapest, c. 1902 Carved walnut, bead mosaic 9


F2 HALL, STAIRCASE

9. Floor vase from the collection of György Ráth Design by: Georges de FEURE (original name: Joseph van Sluijters) Execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Paris and Budapest, c. 1902 Silver-plated cast brass mount, enamelled copper body

10. Decorative palm pot Design and execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1904 Moulded high-fire ceramic, relief decoration, sang-de-boeuf glaze

11. Vase with female figures dancing in a garden, from the collection of György Ráth Designed and painted by: Géza NIKELSZKY Executed by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, high-fire glaze, eosin glaze

12. Vase with tulips in bloom and ribbons, from the collection of György Ráth Design and execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Cast porcelain faience, decorated with eosin glazes using the so-called “Tiffany” technique 10


HALL, STAIRCASE F2

13. Vase with the figure of a girl picking flowers in a garden from the collection of György Ráth Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Porcelain faience, relief decoration, acid-etched, high-fire glaze, eosin glaze

14. Incense holder in the shape of a pheasant, from the collection of György Ráth Japan, 2nd half of 19th century Bronze with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

15. Vase with cloisonné enamel decoration and side handles in the shape of masked heads, from the collection of György Ráth China, 16th–17th century Copper with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

16. Vase with figural and butterfly motifs, from the collection of György Ráth Japan, 2nd half of 19th century Bronze with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts 11


F2 HALL, STAIRCASE

17. Vase with flowers and animal figures over a base of tendrils, from the collection of György Ráth Japan, 2nd half of 19th century Bronze with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

18. Vase with a river and chrysanthemum motif, from the collection of György Ráth Japan, 2nd half of 19th century Bronze with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

19. Lamp stand with lamp-bearing arms, from the original fittings of Ráth Villa China, 18th–19th century Copper with cloisonné enamel Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest – Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts

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BRITISH ART F3

1. Writing cabinet Design by: Herbert Davis RICHTER Execution by: Bath Cabinet Makers Ltd. Bath, c. 1900 Turned and carved larch, beaten and riveted, bronzed cast iron fittings

2. Armchair United Kingdom, 1900–1905 Carved mahogany, upholstered with cotton, damask and baize

3. Sideboard Design by: Herbert Davis RICHTER Execution by: Bath Cabinet Makers Ltd. Bath, c. 1899 Carved oak, beaten copper fittings

4. Armchair Design by Ernest Archibald TAYLOR Execution by: Wylie & Lochhead Glasgow, c. 1900 Maple, with mother-of-pearl and green-stained maple inlay, upholstered with original printed velvet 13


F3 BRITISH ART

5. Chair Design by: George Henry WALTON Execution by G. Walton & Co. London, c. 1900 Openwork walnut with woven upholstery

6. Pendant lamp with bunch of mistletoe Design and execution by: Gyula JUNGFER, metalworker Budapest, c. 1900 Cast iron, brass, soldered, mounted, partly painted

7. Covered goblet – sport trophy Design by: Charles Robert ASHBEE Execution by J. BAILEY – Arthur CAMERON (Guild of Handicraft) London, 1900 Repoussé silver

8. Table clock United Kingdom, c. 1900 Patinated, repoussé, beaten and riveted copper, with copper and steel mechanism 14


BRITISH ART F3

9. Hearth tools: tongs, shovel and poker, with a pair of stands Design and execution by: Bath Cabinet Makers Ltd. Bath, c. 1899 Wrought iron and patinated, repoussĂŠ copper

10. Vase showing waterside landscape at sunset Design and execution by: The Royal Doulton Co. London, c. 1900 Cast earthenware, underglaze painting

11. Vase with red and yellow glaze Decoration by: Harry NIXON Execution by The Royal Doulton Co. London (Lamberg), between 1906 and 1912 Cast porcelain, with high fire reduction glaze

12. Vase with blue glaze and ivy leaves Design by: William Howson TAYLOR Execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, c. 1906 Cast white earthenware, etched pattern, high fire glaze 15


F3 BRITISH ART

13. Vase with pink glaze Design by: William Howson TAYLOR Execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, 1907 Cast white earthenware, high fire glaze

14. Vase with yellow glaze and flowery green branch Design and execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, 1907 Cast white earthenware, high fire lustre glaze

15. Flask-shaped vase Design by: William Howson TAYLOR Execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, 1906 Stoneware, high fire reduction glaze

16. Funnel vase Design by: William Howson TAYLOR Execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, 1905 Stoneware, high fire reduction glaze 16


BRITISH ART F3

17. Vase with drip glaze Design by: William Howson TAYLOR Execution by: Ruskin Pottery West Smethwick, 1907 Cast stoneware, high fire drip glaze

18. Decorative palm pot and stand with chicory flowers from the collection of Gyรถrgy Rรกth Design and execution by: Minton & Co. Ltd. Stoke-on-Trent, 1898 Moulded earthenware, transfer-printed decoration

19. Decorative glass ornament Design by: Harry James POWELL Execution by: James Powell & Sons Glassworks London, c. 1885 Hand-shaped, blown opaline glass, coloured with uranium oxide

20. Clutha glass vase Design by: Christopher DRESSER Execution by: James Couper & Sons Glasgow, before 1889 Hand-shaped blown glass, containing iron oxides, mica particles 17


F3 BRITISH ART

21. Ornamental chalice in the shape of a flower Design by: Harry James POWELL Execution by: James Powell & Sons Glassworks London, c. 1890 Blown opaline glass, coloured with uranium oxide

22. Glass painting Design by: Gerald MOIRA (Giraldo Eduardo MOIRA), London Execution by: Károly MAYBÖHM Budapest, before 1904 Stained and leaded flat glass

23. Glass painting Design by: Gerald MOIRA (Giraldo Eduardo Moira), London Execution by: Károly MAYBÖHM Budapest, before 1904 Stained and leaded flat glass

24. Glass painting – Scottish thistle James Guthrie & Andrew Wells Ltd. Glasgow, before 1903 Leaded, stained and painted flat glass and embossed copper 18


BRITISH ART F3

25. Glass painting – Castle Park James Guthrie & Andrew Wells Ltd. Glasgow, before 1903 Leaded, stained and painted flat glass and embossed copper The pattern of the carpet is based on the following object: Printed patterned fabric (home textile) with “Cherwell” pattern Design by: John Henry DEARLE Execution by: Morris & Co. (London – Merton Abbey) London, between 1877 and 1895 Stamp-printed cotton velvet The pattern of the wallpaper is based on turn-of-the-century British and American bookplates.

Edward Gordon CRAIG: Ex libris Edy 1898 Paper, cliche

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F4 AUSTRIAN ART

1. Maximilian LENZ: A World (copy) 1899 Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest

2. Seating suite Design by: Josef HOFFMANN Execution by: Thonet Mundus Ineu, Romania, designed in 1907, made c. 1920 Turned, bent and stained beechwood, velvet upholstery

3. Table Design by: Josef HOFFMANN Execution by: Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, 1906 Turned, bent and stained beechwood, brass rim

4. Screen Design by: József VÁGÓ (probably) Budapest, c. 1905 Polished glass, metal and mother-of-pearl inlays, mahogany veneer, various wooden inlays 20


AUSTRIAN ART F4

5. Cabinet Design by: Leopold BAUER Execution by: Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT Vienna, 1902 Nickel silver, gilded bronze fittings, lemon wood and mahogany veneers, ebony inlay

6. Armchair (Nr. 6516) Design by: Otto WAGNER Execution by: Gebrüder Thonet Hungary, after 1905 Bent and stained beechwood

7. Sheet music cabinet Design by: Rudolph MELICHAR Execution by: Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT Vienna, 1902 Plane wood with carved details, bronze fittings, maple inlay

8. Chair (Nr. 511) Design by: Josef HOFFMANN (?) Execution by: Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, after 1904 Bent and stained beechwood, cane work 21


F4 AUSTRIAN ART

9. Cabinet Design by: Koloman MOSER Execution by: Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT Vienna, 1901 African coralwood, glass

10. Cigar or bar cabinet Design by: Koloman MOSER Execution by: Portois & Fix Vienna, 1900 Palm mahogany, poplar root, intarsia

11. Electric chandelier Design by: Josef HOFFMANN (?) Execution by: E. Bakalowits Sรถhne Vienna, 1904 (?) Cast bronze and copper, nickel-plated, blackened; ground glass pendants (completion)

12. Electric table lamp Austria or Germany, c. 1910 Cast brass 22


AUSTRIAN ART F4

13. Set of liqueur goblets Design by: Koloman MOSER Execution by: Josef HOLI, Wiener Werkstätte Vienna, c. 1900 Chased silver, hammered, soldered

14. Basket Hungary (?), 1910-1920 Nickel silver (paktong), glass bar, pierced, silver-plated, bent, cast, with email decoration

15. Box for cards hallmark JR Vienna, 1900 –1910 Repoussé silver, enamel appliqués, wooden inlay

16. Standing bowl Austria (?) removable glass bowl made by: Johann Loetz Witwe Glassworks Klostermühle, Bohemia, c. 1900 Silver-plated cast tin, blown and cast glass with lustre and acid-etching 23


F4 AUSTRIAN ART

17. Candlestick in the form of a putto holding a bunch of flowers Design by: Michael POWOLNY Execution by: Wiener Keramik Werkstätte Vienna, 1907 Cast earthenware, overglaze painting

18. Figurine of a girl in a green dress with a garland of flowers Design by: Michael POWOLNY Execution by: Wiener Keramik Werkstätte Vienna, between 1907 and 1919 Cast earthenware, overglaze painting

19. Ornamental dish with a stylised panorama Execution by: Schütz Ceramics Works Blansko-Olomouc, c. 1905 Hand-thrown earthenware, with relief decorations and overglaze painting

20. Vulture – statuette Design by: Elza KÖVESHÁZI KALMÁR Execution by: Wiener Kunstkeramische Werkstätte Vienna, 1910s Reduction fired pottery 24


AUSTRIAN ART F4

21-26. Six liqueur glasses with bowls of different shapes and colours Execution by: Koloman Moser's Workshop, Bakalowits & Söhne Glass Traders Vienna, c. 1900 Blown, colourless glass, coloured with various oxides

27. Vase Execution by: Joseph Meyr's Neffe Glassworks Winterberg (Vimperk, Bohemia), c. 1890 Blown glass, decorated with glass thread

28. Vase Execution by Joseph Meyr's Neffe Glassworks Winterberg (Vimperk, Bohemia), c. 1900 Blown glass, decorated with glass thread

29. Ornamental vase with trefoil rim Execution by: Johann LOETZ, Witwe Glassworks Klostermühle (Rejštejn, Bohemia), c. 1900 Blown glass decorated with gold lustre 25


F4 AUSTRIAN ART

30. József DIVÉKY: Danse Macabre – The Bridge (copy) c. 1913 Etching on paper Sopron Museum

31. József DIVÉKY: Danse Macabre – Salome (copy) c. 1913 Etching on paper Sopron Museum

32. Lottery ticket (copy) Vienna, 1909

33. Promotional card of the Wiener Werkstätte (copy) Vienna, 1903–1905 Print on paper 26


AUSTRIAN ART F4

34. Advertising card of the Wiener Werkstätte (copy) Design by: Koloman MOSER Vienna, 1903–1905 Woodcut on paper

35. Entrance ticket (copy) Design by: Bertold LÖFFLER Vienna, 1908 Print on paper

36. Ex libris der Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs Secession (copy) Design by: Gustav KLIMT Vienna, 1900–1903 Block print on paper

37. Signet – Architekt Hoffmann (copy) Design by: Josef HOFFMANN Vienna, c. 1900 Block print on paper 27


F4 AUSTRIAN ART

38. Postcards issued by: the Wiener Werkstätte (copy) Vienna, 1908–1914 Print on paper

39. Spring Motor Phonograph with horn This early voice-recording device was used only in offices at the turn of the century. Based on a design by T. A. Edison, Orange, NJ Made in the USA between 1889 and 1898, in accordance with the patents of 1888 Wood, metal Hungarian Museum of Science, Technology and Transport

MUSIC IN THE AUSTRIAN ROOM: Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.5 in C sharp minor, excerpt from the Finale Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Claudio Abbado, Deutsche Grammophon, 2012

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FRENCH ART F5 1. Chair with chestnut leaves Design by: Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE (woodwork) and Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT (upholstery) Nancy, Vienna or Budapest, 1899 Carved walnut and beechwood, with various wood veneers, leather upholstery, brass ornamental rivets, decorative inlay

2. Small table Design by: Émile GALLÉ or Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE Nancy, 1900 Carved lemonwood, walnut, palisander and elm root, with zebrawood inlay

3. Dressing table Design by: Charles PLUMET Paris, 1896 Waxed African coralwood, with gilded bronze mounts 4. Chair Design by: Charles PLUMET and Félix AUBERT (?) Paris, 1896 Waxed coralwood, embroidered silk

5. Armchair Execution by: Pérol Frères Paris, 1900 Waxed mahogany, gilded bronze mounts, leather upholstery 29


F6 FRENCH ART

6. Chair Execution by: Pérol Frères Paris, 1900 Waxed mahogany, gilded bronze mounts, leather upholstery

7. Tea table with detachable tray Design and execution by: Louis MAJORELLE Nancy (probably), c. 1899 Carved mahogany with coloured wooden inlay

8. Chair Design by: Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE (woodwork) and Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT (upholstery) Nancy, Vienna or Budapest, 1899 Carved walnut and beechwood, leather upholstery, brass ornamental rivets

9. Chair Design by: Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE (woodwork) and Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT (upholstery) Vienna and/or Budapest (?), Nancy, 1899 Carved, polished walnut, leather, brass ornamental rivets 30


FRENCH ART F5

10. Table Design by: Édouard COLONNA Paris, 1900 Carved, waxed lemonwood and pearwood

11. Chair Design by: Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE (woodwork) and Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT (upholstery) Nancy, 1897–98 Mahogany and palisander veneer, turned details, on a beechwood ground, leather upholstery, copper inlay

12. Chair Design by: Louis MAJORELLE Execution by: Louis MAJORELLE (woodwork) and Friedrich Otto SCHMIDT (upholstery) Nancy, Vienna, 1899 Veneered in several woods on a carved beechwood ground, decorated with inlays

13. Occasional table Design by: Émile GALLÉ France, c. 1900 Carved and turned walnut and ash, with boxwood, maple and zebrawood intarsia, silk lining 31


F6 FRENCH ART

14. Electric chandelier Design by: René Auguste ROZET Execution by: Gagneau et Cie. Paris, 1900 Gilded cast bronze, partly reconstructed opalescent glass decorations: glass artist Barnabás WÖLFINGER

15. Electric table lamp – Loïe Fuller Design by: Raoul François LARCHE Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1900 Gilded cast bronze

16. Oil lamp Design by: Joseph Paul Anthony (Tony) SELMERSHEIM Paris, c. 1898 Gilded bronze, blown glass, lustre painting

17. Wall lamp - Dragonfly Design by: Frédéric Eugène PIAT Execution by: Georges Édouard GAGNEAU Paris, late 1890s Silver-plated cast bronze, formerly tinted 32


FRENCH ART F5

18. Electric table lamp Design by: Josef KRATINA Execution by: Eugène BLOT Paris, 1902–1908 Partly gilded cast bronze, glass, enamel painting

19. Flower pot (umbrella stand?) – Larva (Chrysalide) Design by: Paul-François BERTHOUD Paris, 1902 Partly gilded cast bronze, repoussé bronze inlay

20. Floor vase Design by: François MOREAU Paris, c. 1900 Silver-plated cast tin

21. Toiletries set – twin candlesticks, twin vases, jug with handle, oval dish, match holder, round and rectangular toiletries boxes, shoe buttoner, shoespoon with handle

Design by: Louis Comfort TIFFANY Execution by: Tiffany & Co. New York, 1902–1907 Metal-pressed, embossed, engraved, chased and soldered silver, decorated with copper and brass inlays 33


F6 FRENCH ART

22. Covered pot with two glasses Ceramic: Alexandre BIGOT; metal mounting: Robert LINZERER (?) Bigot et Cie Mer-Paris, c. 1900 Glazed stoneware (grès), silver

23. Ornamental plate with lilies and butterflies Design by: Lucien LÉVY-DHURMER Execution by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), between 1895 and 1900 Stoneware (grès), with acid-etching, overglaze, reduction fired metallic lustre painting

24. Vase with oak branches Design by: Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown layered glass, polished

25. Vase with a forest landscape, bearing a line from a poem by Victor Hugo Design by: Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Blown glass, layered and polished 34


FRENCH ART F5

26. Ornamental dish with autumn crocuses Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1896 Layered, blown glass, with martelé (hammer-effect) surface, polished and acid-etched

27. Table lamp with a waterside landscape Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, 1912 Mould-blown layered glass

28. Tray Execution by: Saint-André de Lignereux Leatherworks Paris, c. 1900 Painted, gilded, embossed and punched calfskin on a wooden base

29. Company advertising card – for Siegfried Bing Design by: Georges de FEURE Paris, 1900 Print on paper 35


F6 FRENCH ART

30. Set of postcards titled "Women Warriors" Design by: Árpád BASCH, 1900 Print on paper The pattern of the wallpaper and the carpet is based on the following object:

Printed patterned fabric (home textile) with “Le lys d'eau” (water lily) pattern Design by: Paul-Elie RANSON Paris, 1898 Cotton cloth with printed pattern

The bordure of the wallpaper is based on the archival photos made at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1900

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GYÖRGY RÁTH GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY KÉPTÁRA F6

1. Sebastiano del PIOMBO (Sebastiano Luciani) (1485–1547) Portrait of a Girl Pointing (copy) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

2. Aelbert CUYP (1620–1691), View of Dordrecht with the Rietdijkse Poort (copy) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

3. Quiringh Gerritsz. van BREKELENKAM (c. 1622 – after 1669) Young Couple Drinking Wine oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

4. Aert van der NEER (c. 1603–1677) Moonlit View of a Large River Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 37


F6 GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY

5. Dutch Painter, second half of the 17th century, Landscape with a Windmill Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

6. Philips WOUWERMAN (1619–1668), Landscape with Travellers at Rest Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

7. Angelo ZOPPO (ZOTTO) (active in Padua between 1469 and 1489) Mary, St John the Evangelist and Holy Women at the Foot of the Cross (fragment of a Calvary mural) (copy) Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

8. Adriaen van de VELDE (1636–1672), Landscape with Cattle Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 38


GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY F6

9. Imitator of Pieter Pauwel RUBENS (1577–1640) Portrait of a Woman Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

10. Manner of Adriaen BROUWER (1606 (?)–1638) Study of a Man's Head Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

11. Workshop of Pieter Pauwel RUBENS (1577–1640) Briseis Returning to Achilles Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

12. Adriaen van OSTADE (1610–1684) Man with a Pitcher Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 39


F6 GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY

13. Jan STEEN (1626–1679) A Peasant Wedding (copy) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

14. Imitator of David TENIERS the Younger (1610–1690) The Vagabond Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

15. Paulus POTTER (1625–1654) A Shepherd Playing the Flute and a Singing Shepherdess (copy) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

16. Copy of Gerard DOU (1613–1675), Marijtgen Jandr., the artist's mother Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 40


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17. Follower of Bernardino LUINI (c. 1480–1531/32), The Virgin Mary and Child with Saint John the Baptist Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

18. Adriaen van OSTADE (1610–1684) Peasant Family by the Hearth Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

19. Imitator of TINTORETTO (Jacopo Robusti) (1518/19–1594) Portrait of a Man Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

20. David TENIERS the Younger (1610–1690) Plundering Soldiers Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 41


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21. Imitator of Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) (c. 1485/1490–1576) Christ and the Adulteress Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

22. School of REMBRANDT, Harmensz. van Rijn (1606–1669) The Slaughtered Ox (copy) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

23. Flemish Master, mid-16th century Portrait of a Man Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

24. Jan COELENBIER (c.1610–1677) Town on a River (Brussels?) Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery 42


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25. Workshop of TINTORETTO (Jacopo Robusti) (1518/19–1594) Portrait of Procurator Agostino Nani Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

26. Follower of Giovanni BELLINI (1431/1436–1516) Madonna Adoring the Child Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

27. Umbrian painter (active around 1500) Madonna with Child Oil on canvas Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Old Masters' Gallery

28. Cabinet, from the original fittings of Ráth Villa Design by: Albert SCHICKEDANZ Execution by: Henrik SIPOS Budapest, 1880–1902 Carved and stained walnut, with pine, maple, pearwood, mahogany and rosewood (palisander) intarsia 43


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29. Writing desk, from the original fittings of Ráth Villa France, 19th century Copper and tortoiseshell inlay, carved and chiselled decorations

30. Storage bench (cassapanca), from the original fittings of Ráth Villa Design by: Albert SCHICKEDANZ Execution by: Henrik SIPOS late 19th century Carved walnut

31. Small cabinet with fairy-tale scenes, from the original fittings of Ráth Villa Italy, 17th–18th century. Ebony with bone inlay, gilded copper, and chiselled decorations

32. Display table, from the original fittings of Ráth Villa France (probably), c. 1880 Carved walnut and glass 44


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33. Jug in the shape of a female head Modern, bronze Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Collection of Classical Antiquities

34. Male head Modern, bronze Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Collection of Classical Antiquities

35. Cachepot from the original fittings of Ráth Villa Design (?) and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1902 Enamelled copper

36. Electric chandelier, from György Ráth's erstwhile study Hungary (?), early 20th century Embossed cast bronze and copper, blown and faceted leaded glass 45


F6 GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY 37. Ornamental vase with lustre painting featuring classical antique-style, red figures and the legend “SKOAL” Design by: Walter CRANE Execution by: Maw & Co. Jackfield, c. 1885 Earthenware, high-fire glaze and reduction-fired, copper oxide lustre

38. The Saviour – bust Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Cast and shaped porcelain faience, sculptured details, acid-etching and eosin glaze

39. Medal: NICCOLÒ PICCININO, condottiero PISANELLO (Antonio di Puccio Pisano) 1439–1441 Cast bronze Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

40. Medal: ERCOLE I D'ESTE, Duke of Ferrara Savelli SPERANDIO (1425/1428–1504) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 46


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41. Medal: MARSILIO FICINO, humanist scholar Niccolò FIORENTINO (1430–1514) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

42. Medal: King LOUIS II of Hungary Hieronymus MAGDEBURGER, 1532 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

43. Medal: King LOUIS II of Hungary and Queen MARY Hieronymus MAGDEBURGER Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

44. Medal: The widowed Queen MARY Leone LEONI (c. 1509–1590) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 47


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45. Medal: MAXIMILIAN I, Holy Roman Emperor After Hans DAUCHER c. 1513 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

46. Medal: FERDINAND I, Holy Roman Emperor LEONI, Leone (c. 1509–1590) 1553 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

47. Medal: MAXIMILIAN II, Holy Roman Emperor Antonio ABONDIO (1538–1591) 1575 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

48. Medal: Empress MARIA, wife of MAXIMILIAN II Antonio ABONDIO (1538–1591) 1575 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 48


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49. Medal: Emperor MAXIMILIAN II and Empress MARIA 16th century Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

50. Medal: RUDOLF II, Holy Roman Emperor Antonio ABONDIO (1538–1591) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

51. Medal: MELCHIOR PFINZING Hans SCHWARZ (c. 1492/93–after 1532) 1518 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

52. Medal: HANS VON OBERNITZ Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) 1525 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 49


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53. Medal: HANS HAIDER Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) 1530 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

54. Medal: OTTO HEINRICH, Elector Palatine Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) 1531 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

55. Medal: OTTO HEINRICH, Elector Palatine Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) 1531 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

56. Medal: HEINTZ TRUCHSESS Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) 1533 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 50


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57. Medal: LORENZ TRUCHSESS VON POMMERSFELDEN Matthes GEBEL (c. 1500–1574) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

58. Medal: IHERONIMUS WHAL (HIERONIMUS WAHL) Master of Nuremberg, 1543 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

59. Medal: WENCZEL IAMITZER (WENZEL JAMNITZER) Master of Nuremberg, 1563 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

60. Medal: ANDREAS GENNISCH Friedrich HAGENAUER (1490/1500–after 1546) Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 51


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61. Medal: ANTONIO VERANCIUS (VERANCSICS ANTAL) Antonio ABONDIO (1538–1591) c. 1570 Cast lead Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection

62. Backgammon game piece with a portrait of Pope CLEMENT VIII Augsburg, c. 1600 Carved boxwood

63. Wax relief with a portrait of SCIPIONE GONZAGA Antonio ABONDIO (1538–1591) Vienna (?), 1571 Coloured wax, wooden frame

64. Medal: LEOPOLD I, Holy Roman Emperor 1658 Carved boxwood Hungarian National Museum, Coins Collection 52


GYÖRGY RÁTH'S GALLERY F6 The pattern of the carpet is based on the following item:

Carpet Khorasan, Iran, 19th century Wool, asymmetric knotting

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1. Twin mirrors – part of the original furnishings of Ráth Villa Germany, early 18th century Carved, pierced and gilded pine and limewood

2. Large sideboard – part of the dining room furnishings Execution by: Endre Thék Furniture Factory Budapest, c. 1900 Pine ground, carved mahogany parts, veneered with mahogany, inlaid with diverse types of wood, cast brass fittings

3. Grandfather clock Design by: Frigyes SPIEGEL Execution by: Viktor HOSER (clockwork); Alajos POLGÁR (woodwork), Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) and László VANDRÁK (brass and copper) Budapest, 1899 Maple, mahogany, African coralwood, glass, brass and copper

4. Dining table – part of the dining room furnishings Execution by: Endre Thék Furniture Factory Budapest, c. 1900 Mahogany veneer 54


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5. Chair – part of the dining room furnishings Execution by: Endre Thék Furniture Factory Budapest, c. 1900 Mahogany veneer, velvet upholstery

6. Small sideboard – part of the dining room furnishings Execution by: Endre Thék Furniture Factory Budapest, c. 1900 Pine ground, carved mahogany parts, veneered with mahogany, inlaid with diverse types of wood, cast brass fittings

7. Mirror Oszkár OPRIS Nyíregyháza, 1910 Wooden frame, covered with etched and embossed leather

8. Electric and gas chandelier Hungary (?), early 20th century Cast bronze and copper, chased; reconstruction of the glass shade by glass artist Barnabás WÖLFINGER 55


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9. Jug Hungary, c. 1902 Cast tin, galvanised with copper

10. Vase Germany (?), c. 1900 Silver-plated cast tin

11. Vase Design and execution by: WĂźrttembergische Metallwarenfabrik (WMF) Geislingen, c. 1900 Partly silver-plated cast tin

12. Champagne bucket Germany (?), c. 1900 Silver-plated cast tin, brass inside 56


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13. Serving and dining cutlery – knife, fork, spoon, cake server and ice-cream server Design and execution by: Christofle et Cie Paris, late 1890s Silver-plated and partly gilded cast, embossed nickel silver; steel knife blade

14. Bread tray Design and execution by: Christofle et Cie Paris, late 1890s Silver-plated embossed nickel silver

15. Crumb pan and sweeper Design and execution by: Christofle et Cie Paris, late 1890s Silver-plated embossed nickel silver, with wooden insert in the handle

16. Fish tray Design and execution by: Orivit A.G. Cologne, c. 1901 Silver-plated cast tin 57


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17. Pair of candlesticks Design and execution by: Albert Kรถhler & Cie Vienna, c. 1898 Silver-plated cast tin and brass

18. Sweet holder hallmark MG Vienna, c. 1900 Cast, pressed and chased silver, with cast glass inside

19. Coffee pot hallmark MG Vienna, c. 1900 Cast, pressed and chased silver, bone

20. Sugar bowl hallmark SH Vienna, c. 1900 Pressed silver, gilded on the inside 58


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21. Vase showing the figure of a woman standing in a storm Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast and hand-formed porcelain faience, relief decorations, sang-de-boeuf and lustre glaze

22. Ornamental pot with flowers in relief Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast and hand-formed porcelain faience, relief decorations, sang-de-boeuf glaze

23. Red vase with two female figures Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1901 Porcelain faience, relief decorations, red eosin glaze

24. Vase with narcissi – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1898 Hand-shaped porcelain faience, relief elements, acid-etched, colour glazes and eosin painting 59


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25. Vase with a Japanese-style landscape Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1909 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, colour glazes and eosin painting

26. Vase with medusas and water plants Design by: Júlia ZSOLNAY Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1909 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glazes

27. Vase with poppies Design by: Tádé SIKORSKI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, colour glazes and eosin painting

28. Dessert plate – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, high-fire coloured glazes 60


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29. Dessert plate – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, high-fire coloured glazes

30. Large plate – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1898 Hand-thrown porcelain faience, decorated with coloured painting melted into the glaze

31. Plate – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, high-fire coloured glazes

32. Bowl – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, high-fire coloured glazes 61


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33. Wall plate – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1898 Hand-thrown porcelain faience, decorated with coloured painting melted into the glaze

34. Vase with golden crocuses Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Porcelain faience, relief decorations, gold lustre on a wine-red base

35. Tea set (after the so-called “orchid” set, made for Baron Rothschild) Pattern design by: Júlia ZSOLNAY Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1884 Earthenware, high-fire glaze, painting and gilding

36. Ornamental plate showing an orchid branch in bloom Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1880 Hand-thrown porcelain faience, coloured painting melted into the glaze, gilding 62


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37. Ornamental plate showing an orchid stem in bloom Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1880 Hand-thrown porcelain faience, coloured painting melted into the glaze, gilding

38. Tulip-shaped ornamental glass vase – from Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda palace dining room Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Friedrich ZITZMANN c. 1898 Flame-blown, hand-shaped, colourless glass

39. Set of wine glasses Design by: Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1896 Partly blown, partly hand-shaped glass, faceted and ground bowls, lustred stems

40. Set of ten champagne flutes Execution by: Ajka Glassworks Ajka, c. 1900 Blown, colourless glass, with ground rims 63


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41. Set of tableware Designed and execution by: Gergely PATTANTYÚS Révfülöp, 2002–2005, 2017–2018 Glass Property of the artist; partly made with the financial support of the Friends of the Museum of Applied Arts

42. Pair of windows from the telephone booth in the erstwhile Japanese Coffee House Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Miksa RÓTH c. 1910 Leaded flat glass, stained and painted using the “schwarzlot” technique

43. Tapestry – Lady in a Red Dress (copy) Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI Execution by: Lazarine BAUDRION Paris – Neuilly, 1898 Flat-stitch embroidery with woollen thread and backing The pattern of the carpet was based on the following object:

Carpet Netherlands, c. 1900 Machine-woven coloured wool, jute and cotton 64


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1. István Csók Spring Awakening (1900) (copy) Oil on canvas Kovács Gábor Art Collection

2. Cabinet – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer on a carved pine ground, rosewood (palisander) and bone inlay, partly gilded brass mounts

3. Table – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer, bone, palisander, poplar root and stained wooden inlay, partly gilded brass fittings

4. Settee – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer, bone and palisander inlay, brass mounts 65


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5. Armchair – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer, bone and palisander inlay, brass mounts

6. Cabinet – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Stained ash veneer, bone and poplar root inlay, partly gilded, mirror plate

7. Table – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer on a carved pine ground, bone and rosewood (palisander) inlay, brass fittings

8. Chair – part of the sitting room furnishings Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ Execution by: Lajos LUKÁCSEVICS, Gábor STEINBACH Budapest, 1904 Ash veneer, bone and palisander inlay, brass fittings, with original velvet upholstery on the backrest 66


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9. Stand Design by: Ödön FARAGÓ (probably) Budapest, 1900–1910 Ash veneer, brass

10. Wall mirror Design by: Lázár NAGY Budapest, c. 1900 Intarsia using diverse types of wood, bone and mother-of-pearl

11. Electric chandelier Hungary (?), early 20th century Silver-plated cast brass, glass

12. Ornamental vase with a lady and birds in a landscape Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Porcelain faience with relief decoration, acid-etched glaze and eosin painting 67


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13. Ornamental jug in the shape of a tulip, with green labradorite-effect glaze Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1898 Porcelain faience, relief decorations, acid-etched and eosin painting

14. Vase with a panoramic image of a forest spring Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1898–1900 Porcelain faience, acid-etched and eosin painting

15. Vase with Scottish thistle motif Design by: Tádé SIKORSKI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1901 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, marble effect glaze and eosin painting

16. Visiting card holder showing the figure of a swimming woman startled by a grass snake Design by: Mihály KAPÁS NAGY Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast porcelain faience, eosin painting 68


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17. Vase with lovers Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900–1901 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched surface glaze and eosin painting

18. Flower pot with a panoramic image of eagles Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1902–1903 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched glaze surface, high-fire coloured glazes and eosin painting

19. Flower pot with a metallic surface Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1911 Earthenware; acid-etched surface, eosin glazes, painting

20. Vase with chestnut leaves Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast porcelain faience, relief decorations, high-fire glaze, eosin painting 69


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21. Vase with bird skulls Design by: László MATTYASOVSZKY Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Earthenware; acid-etched surface, eosin glazes

22. Flower pot with an undulating, relief surface Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1902 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched surface glaze and eosin painting

23. Ornamental dish showing a female figure drawing water Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Porcelain faience, eosin glaze

24. Ornamental dish with two figurines of girls plaiting their hair Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT and Lajos MACK Execution by: Lajos MACK, Zsolnay Manufactory, Pécs, 1903 Cast porcelain faience, relief decorations, acid-etched surface glaze and eosin painting 70


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25. Mirror frame showing a female figure calling to a pair of deer Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Lajos MACK, Zsolnay Manufactory, Pécs, 1905 Moulded porcelain faience, relief decorations, colour painting melted into the glaze, wood, silvered glass, card

26. Table lamp with shade made of Tiffany glass Duffner and Kimberly Company New York, between 1890 and 1900 Fire-gilt cast bronze, coloured, opaque, flat glass plates

27. Night-time Forest Ágnes SMETANA 2008 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

28. Evening on the Lakeside Ágnes SMETANA 2012 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist 71


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29. Round Forest (Green) Ágnes SMETANA 2014 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

30. Love Ágnes SMETANA 1993 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

31. Peonies Ágnes SMETANA 1996 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

32. Mahonia Flowers Ágnes SMETANA 2008 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist 72


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33. Trees of Rippl-Rónai 1 Ágnes SMETANA 1998 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

34. Trees of Rippl-Rónai 2 Ágnes SMETANA 1998 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

35. Court Bard Ágnes SMETANA 1996 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

36. Round Forest (Purple) Ágnes SMETANA 1996 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist 73


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37. Birch Trees Ágnes SMETANA 1998 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

38. Seaweed Dish Ágnes SMETANA 1996 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

39. Round Forest in the Springtime Ágnes SMETANA 2014 Partly coloured, iridised, blown glass Property of the artist

40. Cigarette holder Design and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1902 Enamelled copper 74


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41. Cigarette holder Design and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1902 Enamelled copper

42. Match holder with mushrooms Design by: Pál HORTI Budapest, c. 1899 Cast zamak, patinated to resemble bronze

43. Cigar cutter Austria (?), c. 1900 Partly silver-plated brass

44. Cigarette tray Budapest, c. 1900 Goatskin, moiré, metal appliqué, flat embossing 75


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45. Box of cigarettes Execution by: D. Weid, Spezialhaus für feine Cigaretten, München, Maximilianstraße 3. Germany, early 20th century Card, colour printed paper covering

46. Box Design by: Mór (Moritz) HIRSCHLER Execution by: László VANDRÁK (brass), J. (János?) VLCSEK / WLČEK, (leatherwork) Hungary, 1898 Wood, leather, brass mounts and fittings

47. Box (reconstruction) Execution by: Petra BÁNSÁGI using a design of Sándor NAGY from 1900–1902 (Museum of Applied Arts Archive, KRTF 1934) 1994 Wood, covered with incised and painted leather, metal mounting

48. Achival photograph 1910s Photograph on paper 76


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49. Visiting card Late 19th / early 20th century Printed paper The pattern of the wallpaper and the carpet is based on the following object: The binding and frontispiece of a volume by: Zoltรกn PAP titled Muzsikaszรณ [The Sound of Music], published in Budapest in 1910 Design by: รrpรกd BASCH Execution by Nรกndor GOTTERMAYER Paper, canvas binding, gilding

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1. Wall tile with marble-effect glazing Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Template-patterned earthenware, marble-effect eosin glazes

2. Wall tile with eosin glaze imitating a hammered surface Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Template-patterned pyrogranite, eosin glaze imitating a hammered surface

3. Wall tile Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1903–1904 Earthenware, acid-etched, high-fire eosin glazes

4. Wall tile with amorphous red patches Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1901 Template-patterned pyrogranite, high-fire drip glaze, with red patches 78


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5. Wall tile with amorphous red patches Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1901 Template-patterned pyrogranite, high-fire drip glaze, with red patches

6. Wall tile with amorphous red patches Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1901 Template-patterned pyrogranite, high-fire drip glaze, with red patches

7. Wall tile with gold marble-effect glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1910 Template-patterned pyrogranite, gold marble-effect eosin glaze

8. Wall tile with green, blue and gold eosin glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900s Template-patterned porcelain faience, coloured eosin glaze on acid-etched, high-fire glaze 79


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9. Wall tile with a stylised flower stem Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Template-patterned porcelain faience, eosin glaze, high-fire soft-paste porcelain glazes

10. Wall tile with wilted poppy patterning Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Template-patterned porcelain faience, acid-etched, colour eosin glazes, decorated using the so-called “Tiffany” technique

11. Wall tile with abstract patterning Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1905 Template-patterned porcelain faience, coloured eosin glaze on acid-etched, high-fire glaze

12. Wall tile with stone-effect glazing Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Template-patterned porcelain faience, coloured eosin glaze 80


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13. Wall tile with colour-changing red and blue eosin glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900s Template-patterned porcelain faience, coloured eosin glaze on acid-etched, high-fire glaze

14. Wall tile with red flowers Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1904 Hand-pressed earthenware, acid-etched, high-fire eosin glazes

15. Wall tile with red flowers (similar to those on a frieze in Széchenyi Thermal Bath) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1904–1913 Earthenware, acid-etched, high-fire eosin glazes

16. Wall tile with red flowers (similar to those on a frieze in Széchenyi Thermal Bath) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1904–1913 Earthenware, acid-etched, high-fire eosin glazes 81


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17. Wall tile Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Template-formed earthenware, marble-effect eosin glaze on acid-etched surface

18. Crystalline glazed tile, for furniture inlay Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1904 Earthenware, zinc oxide crystalline glaze

19. Crystalline glazed tile, for furniture inlay Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1904 Earthenware, zinc oxide crystalline glaze

20–23. Crystalline glazed tiles, for furniture inlay Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1904 Hand-pressed earthenware, zinc oxide crystalline glaze 82


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24–25. Crystalline glazed tiles, for furniture inlay Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1903 Earthenware, zinc oxide crystalline glaze

26. Wall tile with labradorite-effect glazing Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1904 Earthenware, zinc oxide crystalline glaze

27. Wall tile Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900–1910 Earthenware, high-fire glazes

28. Wall tile Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Template-formed pyrogranite, relief decoration, eosin glaze on acid-etched surface 83


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29–30. Wall tiles with snail pattern (similar to the wall tiles in the vestibule of the Liszt Academy, Budapest) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1904–1907 Pyrogranite, eosin glaze on acid-etched surface

31–32. Wall tiles with snail pattern (similar to the wall tiles in the vestibule of the Liszt Academy, Budapest) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1904–1907 Pyrogranite, eosin glaze on acid-etched surface

33. Tiles with coloured glazing Execution by: Alexandre Bigot's Ceramics Manufactory, Bigot et Cie Paris, before 1900 Template-formed stoneware (grès), high-fire glazes

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1. Jug with labradorite glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Cast porcelain faience, eosin glaze

2. Vase with labradorite glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Cast porcelain faience, eosin glaze

3. Flowerpot with labradorite glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1905 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glaze

4. Gourd-shaped bottle Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1878–1882 Porcelain faience, drip glaze 85


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5. Bottle with blue glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Porcelain faience, high-gloss drip glaze

6. Ornamental chalice with labradorite-effect glaze, for Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda Palace dining room (?) Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glaze

7. Ornamental chalice with labradorite-effect glaze, for Count Tivadar Andrássy's erstwhile Buda Palace dining room (?) Design by: József RIPPL-RÓNAI (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glaze

8. Ornamental pot with aventurine-like glaze Execution by: Davis Collamore and Co. New York, Cincinnati (?), before 1889 Earthenware, relief decoration, high-fire aventurine glaze 86


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9. Flowerpot with red sang-de-boeuf glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1910 Cast porcelain faience, eosin and sang-de-boeuf glazes

10. Vase with red sang-de-boeuf glaze Design and execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1893 Rhyolite porcelain, reduction fired, copper-based sang-de-boeuf glaze

11. Vase Design by: Auguste DELAHERCHE Paris, before 1889 Stoneware (grès), high-fire glaze

12. Ornamental pot Design by: Pierre-Adrien DALPAYRAT Execution by: Dalpayrat et Lesbros Paris, Bourg-la-Reine, 1893–1897 Stoneware (grès), high-fire glazes 87


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13. Ornamental pot Design by: Alexandre BIGOT Mer (Loire-et-Cher), 1896 Stoneware (grès), high-fire glazes

14. Vase Design by: Max LAEUGER Execution by: Prof. Laeuger'sche Kunsttöpferei, Tonwerke Kandern AG. 1895–1897 Pottery, coloured engobe painting and lead glaze

15. Vase with pattern of flowers with dark blue petals Design by: Max LAEUGER Execution by: Prof. Laeuger'sche Kunsttöpferei Tonwerke AG. Kandern, 1895–1897 Pottery, relief engobe decoration, coloured lead glazes

16. Peacock – figurine Design by: Hans Stephan STOLTENBERG-LERCHE Norway, 1900–1908 Pottery, engobe, coloured lead glazes 88


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17. Ornamental pot – shaped like a Greek askos Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Porcelain faience, high-fire glaze and lustre

18. Ornamental pot with arching handles Design by: Vilmos ZSOLNAY (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1897–1898 Porcelain faience, high-fire glazes

19. Flowerpot with blue crystalline glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1900 Porcelain faience, high-gloss crystalline drip glaze

20. Vase with crystalline glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, before 1903 Porcelain faience, crystalline glaze 89


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21. Ornamental pot with crystalline glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1903 Porcelain faience, crystalline glaze

22. Vase with horizontal strap handles and crystalline glaze Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, before 1903 Porcelain faience, crystalline glaze

23. Ornamental pot with strap handles and crystalline glaze Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1903 Cast porcelain faience, high-fire drip glaze, crystalline glaze

24. Ornamental platter featuring a water snake fighting with a lobster Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Earthenware, coloured eosin glazes 90


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25. Vase with cherry branches and foxglove (Digitalis) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glaze

26. Ornamental bowl decorated with fishes and snails Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1890 Porcelain faience, high-fire eosin glazes

27. Vase with brown and green flow glazes Design and execution by: Pierre Clement MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), 1883 Earthenware, high-fire “coulé” flow glazes

28. Bowl with a shallow base Design by: Émile GALLÉ Execution by: Fayencerie de Nancy Nancy, c. 1885 Earthenware, acid-etched, drip glaze 91


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29. Small vase with oak and mistletoe pattern Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), before 1898 Stoneware (grès), acid-etched, metallic lustre, gilded silver mounting

30. Small vase with a pattern of ivy branches and leaves Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), c. 1895 Stoneware (grès), metallic lustre, gilded silver mounting

31. Small bowl with mistletoe Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), c. 1895 Stoneware (grès), acid-etched, metallic lustre, gilded silver mounting, with opaque glass beads

32. Long-necked vase Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), before 1893 Stoneware (grès), metallic lustre 92


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33. Ornamental platter Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), before 1898 Stoneware (grès), acid-etched, metallic lustre

34. Vase with multi-coloured lustre painting Design by: Pierre Clément MASSIER Golfe-Juan (Alpes-Maritimes), c. 1895 Stoneware (grès), partly acid-etched, various lustres

35. Vase with stylised branches bearing tiny flowers Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory; painted by Júlia ZSOLNAY Pécs, 1900 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glazes

36. Vase with a tiger in the jungle Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory; painted by Júlia ZSOLNAY Pécs, 1900 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glazes 93


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37. Visiting card holder in the shape of a fisherman hauling his net Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1901 Cast porcelain faience, eosin glazes on acid-etched glaze

38. Visiting card tray, in the shape of a coiled king cobra Design by: Tádé SIKORSKI Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast porcelain faience, hand-sculpted details, partly acid-etched, coloured glazes and eosin glaze

39. Vase with black-and-white cracked glaze, painted to resemble metal fittings Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT; pattern design by: Géza NIKELSZKY (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1907 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched glaze, multi-coloured eosin glazes

40. Ornamental jug decorated to resemble an ice-covered branch Design by: Lajos MACK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1900 Cast stoneware (grès), relief decoration, acid-etched surface, mother-of-pearl lustre 94


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41. Vase with a bird frieze resembling a metal fitting Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1906 Earthenware (porcelain faience,), high-fire glaze and lustre

42. Round box and lid, on snail-shaped feet Design by: László MATTYASOVSZKY-ZSOLNAY; pattern design by: Lajos MACK (?) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1912–1913 Earthenware, acid-etched, high-fire eosin glazes

43. Vase with handles sculpted to resemble metal fittings Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1903 Porcelain faience, high-fire glaze and lustre

44. Genius – figurine Design by: Sándor APÁTI ABT Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1899 Porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glaze 95


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45. Flowerpot with butterflies Design by: Mihály KAPÁS NAGY Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1902 Earthenware, relief decoration, eosin glazes

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1. Bottle-shaped vase Pattern and glaze designed by: Valdemar ENGELHARDT Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, high-fire, mass-coloured porcelain glaze, crystalline glaze

2. Vase Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1901 Porcelain, high-fire drip glaze

3. Vase with brown drip glaze Pattern and glaze designed by: Valdemar ENGELHARDT Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, high-fire, mass-coloured porcelain glazes

4. Vase with drip glaze Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Porcelain, high-fire drip glaze 97


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5. Vase with blue drip glaze Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1901 Porcelain, high-fire, coloured drip glaze

6. Calabash vase Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Porcelain, mass-coloured lustre glaze

7. Bottle-shaped vase Pattern and glaze designed by: Valdemar ENGELHARDT Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, high-fire, mass-coloured porcelain glaze

8. Vase with plum branch and lizard Execution by: Jenő Farkasházy-Fischer Porcelain Manufactory Herend, c. 1900 Cast porcelain, relief decoration, iridescent surface 98


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9. Bottle-shaped vase with water lilies Execution by: Jenő Farkasházy-Fischer Porcelain Manufactory Herend, c. 1900 Cast porcelain, relief “pâte-sur-pâte” decoration

10. Vase with ivy Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Cast porcelain, relief “pâte-sur-pâte” decoration

11. Gourd-shaped bottle with grapevine Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Cast porcelain, relief “pâte-sur-pâte” decoration, gilded rim

12. Trumpet vase with lilies Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Cast porcelain, relief “pâte-sur-pâte” decoration, colour paint melted into the glaze 99


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13. Trumpet vase with calla lilies Design by: Jenő FARKASHÁZY-FISCHER Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, 1900 Cast porcelain, relief “pâte-sur-pâte” decoration

14. Vase with flowering magnolia branch Execution by: Bing & Grøndahl Porcelain Manufactory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

15. Vase with waves and butterflies Design by: Hans Peter KOFOED Execution by: Bing & Grøndahl Porcelain Manufactory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

16. Vase with spring snowflake flowers Painted by: Bertha NATHANIELSEN Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting 100


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17. Four-handled vase with dandelions Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1906 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

18. Vase with carob branch Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1900–1910 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting, gold overglaze painting

19. Vase with white narcissi Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1900 Cast porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

20. Vase with leaf pattern Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1900 Cast porcelain, coloured underglaze painting 101


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21. Vase with blue crocuses Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1903 Cast porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

22. Vase with iris Execution by: Bing & Grøndahl Porcelain Manufactory Copenhagen, c. 1900 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

23. Vase with pansies Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

24. Vase with wild roses in bloom Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1906 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting 102


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25. Vase with angel's trumpets in bloom Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1903 Cast porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

26. Vase with flowering branches Design by: Nils Erik LUNDSTRÖM Execution by: Rörstrands Porslinsfabriker A.B. Lidköping, 1896–1897 Porcelain, relief decoration, coloured underglaze painting

27. Vase with irises in bloom Design by: Alf WALLANDER Execution by: Rörstrands Porslinsfabriker A.B. Lidköping, 1896–1897 Porcelain, relief decoration, coloured underglaze painting

28. Vase with wilting poppy flowers Design by: Alf WALLANDER Execution by: Rörstrands Porslinsfabriker A.B. Lidköping, 1896–1897 Porcelain, relief decoration, coloured underglaze painting 103


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29. Vase with dolphins and a female figure Design by: Alf WALLANDER Execution by: Rörstrands Porslinsfabriker A.B. Lidköping, 1896–1897 Porcelain, relief decoration

30. Vase with a landscape and white lilac flowers Execution by: Bing & Grøndahl Porcelain Manufactory Copenhagen, 1899–1914 Cast porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

31. Wall vase in the shape of a marine fish Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1905 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting

32. Rampant, roaring polar bear – figurine Design by: Carl Frederik LIISBERG Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1900 Porcelain, coloured underglaze painting 104


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33. Vase Design by: Albert HEINECKE Execution by: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, c. 1897 Porcelain, high-fire coloured drip glaze

34. Vase Design by: Albert HEINECKE Execution by: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, c. 1897 “Seger” porcelain, high-fire coloured, crystalline drip glaze

35. Ornamental plate with a picture of a couple in costume resting in a garden Execution by: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, 1900s Porcelain, pierced rim, gold and coloured paint

36. Ornamental plate with a pierced rim, with a picture of a lady in a feathered hat Execution by: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, c. 1900 Porcelain, pierced rim, gold and coloured paint 105


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37. Coffee cup and saucer Design by: PĂĄl HORTI (?) Execution by: Tivadar HĂźttl Porcelain Manufactory Budapest, c. 1904 Porcelain, overglaze hand painting and gold transfer

38. Flower-shaped cup and saucer Execution by: Amphora Werke Reissner Turn-Teplic (now Teplice-Trnovany, Czechia), c. 1900 Cast porcelain, relief decoration, coloured paint, gilding

39. Vase with a brightly coloured rooster Design by: J. Jurriaan KOK; pattern designed by: Samuel SCHELLINK Execution by: Koninklijke Porselein- en Aardewerkfabriek Rozenburg The Hague, c. 1907 Cast eggshell porcelain, overglaze hand painting and contour transfer

40. Cup and saucer with stylised flowers of red and yellow petals Design by: J. Jurriaan KOK; pattern designed by: Samuel SCHELLINK Execution by: Koninklijke Porselein- en Aardewerkfabriek Rozenburg The Hague, 1907 Cast eggshell porcelain, overglaze hand painting and contour transfer 106


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41. Vase with yellow flower in bloom Design by: J. Jurriaan KOK; pattern designed by: Samuel SCHELLINK Execution by: Koninklijke Porselein- en Aardewerkfabriek Rozenburg The Hague, c. 1907 Cast eggshell porcelain, overglaze coloured painting

42. Vase with a brightly coloured rooster ruffling his feathers Design by: J. Jurriaan KOK; pattern designed by: Samuel SCHELLINK Execution by: Koninklijke Porselein- en Aardewerkfabriek Rozenburg The Hague, c. 1907 Cast eggshell porcelain, overglaze coloured hand painting and contour transfer

43. Vase with bats, stars and poppy pods Execution by: The Royal Doulton Co. Burslem, 1905–1910 Cast porcelain, paint melting into the glaze, relief gilding

44. Sweets dish, decorated with a hazelnut branch pattern, with a mouse figurine on the lid Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, underglaze coloured painting, silver mounting 107


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45. Long-eared owl – figurine Execution by: Rörstrands Porslinsfabriker A.B. Lidköping, c. 1900 Porcelain, relief decoration, underglaze coloured painting

46. Sleeping monkeys – figurine Design by: Ingeborg PLOCKROSS IRMINGER Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, c. 1915 Porcelain, underglaze coloured painting

47. Lumpfish – figurine Design by: Erik NIELSEN Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, underglaze coloured painting

48. Vase with an image of a child watching a spider Pattern designed by: Stephan USSING Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, underglaze coloured painting 108


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49. Vase with hooded crows Design by: Wilhelm Theodor FISCHER Execution by: Royal Danish Porcelain Factory Copenhagen, 1896–1897 Porcelain, underglaze coloured painting

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1. Ornamental chalice with autumn crocuses Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1898 Mould-blown glass, glass thread, glass inlay, enamel painting, acid-etched and polished

2. Vase with fruit-filled redcurrant branch Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

3. Vase with Japanese quince flowers Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

4. Pair of vases with flowering apple branches Execution by: Cristallerie Gallé Nancy, c. 1890 Mould-blown glass, layered, “martelé” (hammered-effect) surface, acid-etched and polished 110


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5. Ornamental glass vase with passionflowers Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1898 Mould-blown glass, layered, gold foil inlay, enamel painting

6. Vase with irises Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1898 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

7. Vase with clematis pattern, in a silver stand Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

8. Vase with an image of a dragonfly hovering above a lake Design by: Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1890 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished 111


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9. Vase with insects Design by: Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1889 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

10. Vase with narcissi Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1898 Mould-blown glass, layered, glass thread, glass inlay

11. Bowl with mayflies Execution by: Cristallerie Gallé Nancy, 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered, with pâte de verre between the layers, painted, acid-etched and polished

12. Vase with narcissi Execution by: Cristallerie Gallé Nancy, 1904–1906 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished 112


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13. Perfume bottle and stopper Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, glass thread, glass inlay

14. Perfume bottle and stopper in the shape of a tomato Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown opaque glass, painted

15. Ornamental vase with columbine flower pattern, in a cast bronze stand Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1898 Mould-blown glass, layered, organic decoration melted into the surface, silver foil between the layers, flame-polished vase surface

16. Vase with sunflowers and clouds Design by: Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, silver foil and glass inlays, acid-etched and polished 113


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17. Gourd-shaped vase with sunflowers Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished, silver foil and glass inlay

18. Vase with orchids Émile GALLÉ Nancy, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

19. Vase with flowering branch Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched

20. Vase with spiky-leaved flowering branches Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched 114


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21. Vase with branch bearing yellow flowers Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched

22. Vase with dandelions Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched

23. Vase with autumn leaves Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), 1902–1904 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched, with lustre

24. Vase with stylised peacock-tail decoration Design by: István SOVÁNKA Execution by: Schreiber Glassworks Zayugróc (now Uhrovec, Slovakia), c. 1902 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched 115


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25. Rectangular vase with a twilit, forest landscape Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1910 Mould-blown glass, layered and acid-etched, coloured enamel painting

26. Vase with water lily pattern Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1910 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

27. Vase with autumn crocus pattern Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, 1900–1910 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

28. Vase Design by: Ernest Baptiste LÉVEILLÉ Paris, c. 1888 Mould-blown glass, layered, cracked, paste-colouring, gold foil, polished 116


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29. Vase with a lakeside landscape Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1905 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

30. Small vase with an image of a woody grove Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1910 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished, painted, coloured with glass powder

31. Vase with vine and snails Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1910 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished, relief decoration, coloured with glass powder

32. Vase with branches of brambles Execution by: Daum Brothers Glassworks Nancy, c. 1910 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished, coloured with glass powder 117


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33. Stemmed chalice Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1913 Mould-blown glass, gold and platinum lustre

34. Stemmed chalice Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1900 Blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent, gold lustre

35. Spices set – glass spice holders and silver spoons in a presentation case Louis Comfort TIFFANY, New York (glass); Édouard COLONNA, Paris (silver); Siegfried BING, presentation case of La Maison de L'Art Nouveau, Paris 1899–1900 Mould-blown glass, gold and platinum lustre

36. Stemmed glass Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1900 Mould-blown glass, gold and platinum lustre 118


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37. Stemmed bowl Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1896 Mould-blown glass, iridescent, blue and gold lustre

38. Long-necked ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1895–1913 Mould-blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent, gold and platinum lustre

39. Vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Mould-blown glass, layered

40. Ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1913 Mould-blown glass, dyed in the mass, painted, iridescent, gold lustre 119


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41. Gourd-shaped vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Mould-blown opaque glass, lustre

42. Stemmed chalice in the shape of a flower Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Blown glass

43. Stemmed chalice in the shape of a flower Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent lustre

44. Vase with multi-coloured lustre stripes Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1894 Mould-blown glass, optical decoration, lustre surface 120


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45. Stemmed vase with a hexagonal rim Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1910–1913 Mould-blown glass, dyed in the mass, painted, iridescent, gold lustre

46. Stemmed chalice in the shape of a flower in bloom Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1907 Blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent, gold lustre

47. Stemmed chalice in the shape of a flower Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1895–1905 Part mould-blown, part hand-shaped glass, dyed in the mass, lustre surface

48. Lava – ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1895–1913 Blown glass, glass thread, acid-etched, painted, lustre 121


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49. Ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Mould-blown glass, lustre surface

50. Ornamental platter Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1900 Mould-blown glass, lustre surface

51. Stemmed bowl Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1894 Mould-blown glass, gold and platinum lustre

52-53. Hexagonal stemmed chalices Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1913 Mould-blown Favrile glass, gold lustre 122


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54. Tulip vase with four openings Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1913 Mould-blown and hand-shaped Favrile glass, gold lustre

55. Stemmed chalice Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, c. 1900 Blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent, gold and platinum lustre

56. Bottle-shaped ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, 1895–1913 Mould-blown glass, dyed in the mass, iridescent, gold and platinum lustre

57. Peacock – ornamental glass vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Mould-blown glass, embedded pâte de verre, chrome-aventurine threads 123


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58. Chalice-shaped ornamental vase Louis Comfort TIFFANY New York, before 1898 Mould-blown glass, embedded pâte de verre, lustre

59. Stained glass window with poppies Design by: Karl ENGELBRECHT Execution by: Miksa RÓTH 1900–1902 Leaded plate glass, stained with various oxides

60. Stained glass window with irises Design by: Karl ENGELBRECHT Execution by: Miksa RÓTH 1900–1902 Leaded plate glass, stained with various oxides

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1. Ewer Design by: Alexandre-Louis-Marie CHARPENTIER Paris, 1892 Cast tin; woven cane handle

2. Centrepiece with an allegorical depiction of Land and Water Design by: Jules-Paul BRATEAU Paris, c. 1890 Cast tin, partly matte-finished; brass inlay

3. Vase Design and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1900 Enamelled copper

4. Vase Design and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1900 Enamelled copper 125


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5. Vase Design and execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Budapest, c. 1900 Enamelled copper

6. Vase Design by: Maurice DUFRÊNE Execution by: Jakab RAPOPORT (RAPPAPORT) Paris, c. 1900 Silver mounting, enamelled cast copper body

7. Tabletop mirror – part of a toiletries set Design by: Louis Comfort TIFFANY Execution by: Tiffany & Co. New York, 1902–1907 Metal-stamped, raised, embossed, engraved, chased and soldered silver; decorated with copper and brass inlay

8. Comb Design and execution by: René Jules LALIQUE Paris, c. 1898–1899 Gold, etched glass and saw-cut horn, with cloisonné enamel 126


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9. Pendant and chain Design and execution by: René Jules LALIQUE Paris, c. 1900 Soldered and cast gold, with diamond, etched glass and pierced enamel

10. Neck ornament Design and execution by: René Jules LALIQUE Paris, 1898–1900 Gold, etched glass, and saw-cut pierced and cloisonné enamel

11. Decorative box Design and execution by: Erhard & Söhne Co. Schwäbisch-Gmünd, c. 1910 Wood, poplar root and silver, saw-cut

12. Stemmed bowl Birmingham, 1901–1902 Pierced, saw-cut and engraved silver 127


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13. Platter with radish pattern Design by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Execution by: Márton BECK Budapest, c. 1904 Cast tin

14. Platter with hazelnut branch pattern Design by: Jules-Paul BRATEAU Paris, c. 1897 Cast tin, partly matte-finished

15. Platter with vicia pattern Design by: Jules-Paul BRATEAU Paris, c. 1897 Cast tin

16. Platter and goblet with mistletoe pattern Design by: Jules-Paul BRATEAU Paris, c. 1897 Cast tin, partly matte-finished 128


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17. Goblet with grapevine pattern Design by: Jules-Paul BRATEAU Paris, c. 1897 Cast tin, partly matte-finished

18. Jug Design and execution by: Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island New York, 1890–1900 Chased and engraved, embossed, cast silver

19. Goblet Germany, c. 1900 Embossed and chased silver

20. Vase Design and execution by: S. Kirk & Son Co. Baltimore, Maryland, early 1900s Embossed, punched and chased cast silver 129


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21. Vase with the head of a faun Design by: Ede TELCS Budapest, 1890–1900 Patinated cast bronze

22. Cup with handle Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated cast bronze

23. Jug Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, 1898 Patinated cast bronze

24. Portrait of a woman Design and execution by: Samu HIBJÁN Budapest / Paris, early 1890s Painted enamel, engraved brass frame, with velvet-covered wooden frame 130


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25. Ladies ornamental coat buckle Design by: Gyula HÁRY Budapest, c. 1904 Silver, diamond, pearl and filigree, with cloisonné, twisted and painted enamels

26. Bracelet with floral decorative sections Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Samu HIBJÁN Budapest, 1899–1900 Partly gilded silver, twisted enamel

27. Bracelet Design by: Gyula HÁRY Execution by: Samu HIBJÁN Budapest, 1899–1900 Gold, silver and diamond, painted cloisonné enamel and filigree

28. Ornamental comb Design and execution by: Oszkár TARJÁN (HUBER) Budapest, c. 1904 Cast gold, carved and engraved horn, opal and enamel 131


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29. Pendant with flying fish pattern Design and execution by: Oszkár TARJÁN (HUBER) Budapest, c. 1904 Saw-cut gold, pierced enamel

30. Pendant Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Samu HIBJÁN Budapest, c. 1902 Silver, twisted enamel

31. Pendant Design and execution by: Oszkár TARJÁN (HUBER) Budapest, c. 1900 Silver and twisted enamel

32. Pendant Design and execution by: Oszkár TARJÁN (HUBER) Budapest, c. 1900 Gilded silver, pearl, and twisted enamel 132


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33. Pendant Design and execution by: Oszkár TARJÁN (HUBER) Budapest, c. 1900 Gilded silver, almandine, and twisted enamel

34. Pendant and chain Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Samu HIBJÁN Budapest, c. 1902 Partly gilded silver, enamel decoration, Zsolnay faience beads

35. Hatpin Design and execution by: Margit RITOÓK Budapest, early 20th century (1910–1911) Gilded brass, enamel decoration, and steel pin

36. Hatpin Design and execution by: Margit RITOÓK Budapest, early 20th century (1910–1911) Gilded brass, enamel decoration, and steel pin 133


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37. Hatpin Design and execution by: Margit RITOÓK Budapest, early 20th century (1910–1911?) Silver-plated copper, enamel decoration, and steel pin

38. Hatpin Design and execution by: Margit RITOÓK Budapest, early 20th century (1910–1911) Silver-plated copper, cloisonné enamel, and brass pin

39. Cigar box with “Grapevine Pattern” Design and execution by: Tiffany Studios New York, c. 1902 (?) Saw-cut and soldered cast bronze, acid patinated, with marble-effect opaline glass

40. Decorative box Design by: Franz BOERES Execution by: Erhard & Söhne Co. Schwäbisch-Gmünd (?), early 1900s Saw-cut and studded brass, with wooden intarsia and polished stone 134


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41. Platter – Eve Design by: Jules DESBOIS Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1892 Cast tin

42. Platter – Hebe Design by: Jules DESBOIS Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1892 Cast tin

43. Quill holder Design by: Jules DESBOIS Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1890 Cast tin

44. Ink well Design by: Maurice MAIGNAN Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1899 Cast tin, copper, and glass inlay 135


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45. Handheld candleholder Design by: Léon KANN Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, late 1890s Cast tin

46. Vase with ivy leaf pattern Execution by: Gusztáv JANCSURÁK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated embossed copper

47. Vase Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Gusztáv JANCSURÁK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated embossed copper

48. Vase Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated embossed copper 136


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49. Vase Design and execution by: Szandrik Silverware Manufactory Alsóhámor (now Dolné Hámre, Slovakia) c. 1900 Embossed copper

50. Vase Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, c. 1902 Patinated cast bronze

51. Jug Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated cast bronze

52. Vessel with handle Design and execution by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated cast bronze 137


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53. Cachepot Design by: Pál HORTI Execution by: Gusztáv JANCSURÁK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated embossed copper

54. Vase with stag beetle pattern Design by: Pál HORTI (?) Execution by: Gusztáv JANCSURÁK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated embossed copper

55. Watch holder – lotus design Design and execution by: Maison Barbedienne Paris, late 1890s Gilded cast bronze

56. Dinner bell Design by: Alexandre CLERGET Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, 1900 Gilded cast bronze 138


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57. Handheld candleholder Design by: Joseph Paul Anthony (Tony) SELMERSHEIM Paris, c. 1898 Gilded cast bronze

58. Handheld candleholder Paris (?), c. 1900 Patinated cast bronze

59. Tumbler Design by: Léon KANN Execution by: Siot-Decauville Co. Paris, c. 1900 Patinated and partly gilded cast bronze

60. Platter with hazelnut pattern Design by: Fülöp Ö. BECK Execution by: Márton BECK Budapest, c. 1904 Patinated cast bronze 139


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61. Table clock Germany, 1900–1910 Embossed, engraved and pierced brass and steel

62. Decorative box Austria (?), c. 1913 Cast, saw-cut brass, with wooden inlay

63. Platter Austria (?), Bohemia (?), c. 1900 Cast iron

64. Vase with lizard pattern Design by: PĂĄl HORTI Budapest, c. 1899 Cast zamak, patinated to resemble bronze 140


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65. Vase with butterfly pattern Design by: Pรกl HORTI Budapest, c. 1899 Cast zamak, patinated to resemble bronze

66. Vase Design by: Pรกl HORTI Execution by: casting workshop of A. M. Beschorner and son Budapest, 1899 Patinated cast bronze

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1. Corner chair – part of the furniture in the study Design by: Carlo BUGATTI Italy, c. 1895 Walnut, vellum, copper, bone and tin inlay

2. Ladies’ writing desk – part of the furniture in the study Design by: Carlo BUGATTI Italy, c. 1895 Walnut, vellum, copper, bone and tin inlay

3. Corner chair Design by: Carlo BUGATTI Italy, c. 1895 Turned walnut, vellum, copper, bone and tin inlay

4. Plate with Japanese-style painting Execution by: Haviland et Cie Limoges, 1870s Porcelain; gold and coloured painting 142


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5. Small box Japan (?), early 1900s Turned ivory, gold and black lacquer decoration

6. Wall tile – part of a tile frieze Kashan, Central Iran, c. 1300 Pressed ceramic, white tin glaze, cobalt-blue and copper-coloured lustre

7. Ornamental plate with stylised floral motifs Spain, 2nd half of 18th century Tin-glazed thrown pottery, overglaze copper lustre and cobalt blue painting

8. Palm pot and stand, with motifs reminiscent of the stylised chrysanthemums often featured on 18th- and 19th-century Chinese and Japanese goods Minton & Co. Ltd. Stoke-on-Trent, 1898 Plaster-moulded earthenware, high-fire glaze, transfer-printing 143


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9. Ornamental vase with Japanese-style decoration Design by: Henry CAHIEUX Execution by: Maison Barbedienne Paris, late 1890s Patinated and gilded cast bronze and copper, marble

10. Vase with kingfisher, water landscape and water lilies Execution by: Cristallerie Gallé Nancy, 1904–1906 Mould-blown glass, layered, acid-etched and polished

11. Plant pot with flying cranes Design by: Henrik DARILEK Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, 1905 Porcelain faience, relief decoration, eosin glaze on acid-etched surface glaze

12. Tea caddy in a metal stand Ceramic: Bizen (?) (Japan), 17th century; Metal stand: Paul and Henri VEVER Paris, 1899–1900 Ceramic, gilded silver 144


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13. Vase with “émaux-bijoux” glaze Design by: Émile GALLÉ Execution by: Fayencerie de Nancy Nancy, before 1889 Earthenware, overglaze coloured enamel glaze and gilding

14. Vase with Japanese-style landscape Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1898 Porcelain faience, multi-coloured lustre

15. Vase with Japanese-style painted ground-ivy and wild grapevines Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory; painted by Júlia ZSOLNAY Pécs, c. 1910 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glazes

16. Vase with chrysanthemum pattern Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1914 Earthenware, acid-etched, craquelé glaze, lustre 145


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17. Vase with Japanese seascape and branches in bloom Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1910 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched, eosin glazes and gold paint

18. Kimono owned by Countess Klára Zichy, wife of Count Endre Hadik-Barkóczy Design by: Ignaz BITTMANN Vienna, early 20th century Silk, silk thread, flat-stitch embroidery

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GYÖRGY RÁTH'S DINING ROOM E3 1. Dining room suite and wall panelling, part of the original fittings of Ráth Villa Design by: Albert SCHICKEDANZ Budapest, 1879 (?) Carved oak and walnut, sideboard with marble top, chairs upholstered with leather Wall panels: carved oakwood, with etched and embossed leather parts

2. Four-door cupboard built into the wall panelling Germany, 1670, 19th-century additions Carved walnut, maple intarsia, tin-plated iron pulls A German cupboard and an English grandfather clock were built into the wall panelling

3. Occasional table Late 19th century Walnut, embossed leather

4. Pair of candlesticks Rome, early 19th century Chased, repoussé cast silver 147


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5. Covered pot Franz Ignaz DERMER Vienna, 1807 Stamped, chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver

6. Pair of candlesticks GH Nuremberg, early 19th century Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver

7. Coffee pot Stephan MAYERHOFER & Carl KLINKOSCH Vienna, 1840 Chased, repoussé cast silver, wooden handle and knob

8. Covered milk pot Nikolaus WIENER Vienna, 1798 (?) Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver, turned ivory handle 148


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9. Ewer Jakob KRAUTAUER Vienna, 1806 Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver

10. Ewer Alois WÜRTH Vienna, 1807 Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver

11. Pair of candlesticks Mathias KUHNERT Pest, 1796 (?) Chased, repoussé, engraved silver

12. Sugar bowl József PRANDTNER the Elder Pest, c. 1800 Chased, repoussé, engraved silver 149


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13. Sugar bowl Ferenc PASPERGER Pest, 1820s Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver

14. Sugar bowl Imre SAÁROSSY Eperjes (now Prešov, Slovakia), c. 1830 Chased, repoussé, engraved and sawn cast silver

15. Covered milk pot Johannes HANFF Kassa (now Košice, Slovakia), 1815 Chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver, turned wooden handle

16. Milk pot Alajos GIERGL Pest, 1841 Partly gilded, chased, repoussé, engraved cast silver, turned wooden handle 150


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17. Knife rest with salt pots János PASPERGER Pest, 1830 (?) Partly gilded, chased, repoussé, engraved cast and sawn silver

18. Knife rest with salt pots György GOSZMANN Pest, 1844 Partly gilded, chased, repoussé, engraved silver

19. Liqueur or brandy keg on a stand decorated with nymphs and fauns Design by: Johann Joachim KÄNDLER Execution by: Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, painted by: Johann Gregorius HÖROLDT, Meissen, 1738–1742 Cast, form-pressed and hand-moulded porcelain, overglaze gold and coloured painting

20. Octagonal bowl with chinoiserie painting Execution by: Viennese Porcelain Manufactory of Claudius Innocentius du Paquier Vienna, c. 1730 Plaster-moulded porcelain, overglaze gold and coloured painting 151


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21. Pair of vases decorated with landscapes Execution by: De Porceleyne Klaeuw Delft, second half of 18th century Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

22. Vase with an image of two shepherds in a landscape Design by: Johannes VAN DUIJN Execution by: Porceleyne Schotel Delft, 1760–1780 Plaster-moulded porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

23. Pair of covered vases with peony pattern Delft, second half of 18th century Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

24. Covered vase with an image of fishermen in a coastal landscape Design by: Johannes VAN DUIJN Execution by: Porceleyne Schotel Delft, 1760–1780 Plaster-moulded porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting 152


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25. Plate with stylised floral pattern Delft, last quarter of 18th century Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

26. Plate with an image of a lion guarding a gate, in emulation of kraak porcelain Delft, c. 1750 Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

27. Plate decorated with stylised fruits and insects France (?), first half of 19th century Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting

28. Plate with peacock feather motif Execution by: De Porceleyne Klaeuw Delft, second half of 18th century Thrown porcelain faience, cobalt blue painting 153


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29. Pair of covered urns decorated with birds and garlands of flowers Execution by: Porcelain Manufactory of Mór Fischer Herend, c. 1870 Cast porcelain, overglaze gold and coloured painting

30. Pair of calabash vases with Siang rouge painting and “Gödöllő” decoration Execution by: Herend Porcelain Manufactory Herend, c. 1890 Cast porcelain, pierced decoration, overglaze gold and coloured painting

31. Covered ornamental vase on a raised base Design and execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1890 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched high-fire and eosin glazes

32. Covered flask-shaped vessel on a raised base Design and execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1890 Cast porcelain faience, acid-etched high-fire and eosin glazes 154


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Carpet Bakshaish, Iran, last quarter of 19th century Wool, symmetrical knotting

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1. Chair from the Institute for the Blind Design by: Béla LAJTA Execution by Henrik SIPOS Budapest, c. 1908 Turned and carved beechwood

2. Screen showing the death of Attila the Hun Design by: Károly KÓS Execution by Pál TALLER Hungary, c. 1909 Carved maple and ash, shaded by burning, with coloured and engraved decorations

3. Table, chair and armchairs – parts of the “Fairy tale” set of furniture Design by: Ede TOROCZKAI WIGAND Hungary, c. 1912 Carved oak with woven bark upholstery

4. Flower pot with scene of the plains Execution by: Gusztáv JANCSURÁK Budapest, c. 1900 Patinated repoussé copper 156


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5. Vase decorated with scenes from a fairy tale and stylised floral motifs Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1906 Hand thrown earthenware, coloured paint over a high-fire glaze, eosin painting

6. Tapestry – Toldi Design by: Sándor NAGY Execution by Margit GUILLEAUME Gödöllő, 1917 Wool, woven using the “Scherrebek” technique

7. Tapestry – Eagles above the Hero's Grave (“Kopjafa” wooden grave markers) Design by: Aladár KÖRÖSFŐI-KRIESCH Execution by: Rózsa FREY Gödöllő, 1918 Wool, woven using the “Gobelin” technique

8. Tapestry – Seated Woman with Roses (Klára Zách) Design by: Aladár KÖRÖSFŐI-KRIESCH Execution by: Margit GUILLEAUME Gödöllő, c. 1906 Wool, woven using the “Scherrebek” technique 157


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9. Tapestry – Csaba Design by: Ede TOROCZKAI WIGAND Gödöllő (?), 1912 Wool, woven using the kilim technique

The pattern of the carpet was based on the following object:

Tapestry Design by: Aladár KÖRÖSFŐI-KRIESCH Executed in Gödöllő Early 20th century

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1. Armchair Design by: Géza MARÓTI (RINTEL) Hungary, 1906 Carved and pierced oak, upholstery

2. Table from the Budapest room at the Turin International Exhibition Design by: Géza MARÓTI (RINTEL) Execution by: Endre Thék Furniture Factory Budapest, 1911 Oak, carved decoration, gilded

3. Stained glass window – Orpheus; made for the office and apartment block of the Kasselik Foundation (3 Vörösmarty Square, Budapest) Design by: Géza MARÓTI (RINTEL) Execution by: Miksa RÓTH c. 1910 Leaded, stained plate glass, “Schwarzlot” decoration

4. Stained glass window – Artemis; made for the office and apartment block of the Kasselik Foundation (3 Vörösmarty Square, Budapest) Design by: Géza MARÓTI (RINTEL) Execution by: Miksa RÓTH c. 1910 Leaded, stained plate glass, “Schwarzlot” decoration 159


E5 GÉZA MARÓTI (RINTEL) 5. Wall decoration with ducks and geometric shapes, retrieved from the designer's former summer home in Zebegény Design by: Géza MARÓTI (RINTEL) Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1910 Moulded pyrogranite, relief surface, acid-etched, eosin glazes

6. Ornamental vase decorated with birds and the patterning of Byzantine silk Execution by: Zsolnay Manufactory Pécs, c. 1915 Thrown earthenware, hand-painted eosin on coloured base glaze

7. Postcards showing the Hungarian Pavilion (designed by Emil TŐRY and Móric POGÁNY) at the Turin International Exhibition of 1911 (copy) Budapest, 1911 Printed paper Property of József Bedő

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