Emile MÜLLER & Cie Grande tuilerie d’Ivry, enameled stoneware planter « Bac Campana », circa 1899
This enameled stoneware planter with a Neo-Greek decoration was made in the late 19th century, circa 1899 by the tilefactory Emile Müller. It is signed "E.Mulmmer" on one of the side and also bears the stamp of the tilefactory. The datation is allowed thanks to an article dedicated to the Horticulture exhibition of 1899 in the Revue Illustrée where our planter is illustrated and mentionned as "Bac Campana". Also, we can find on the tilefactory catalogue, a bath with the same decoration.
ÉMILE MULLER & Cie, Exceptional Art Nouveau fireplace in enameled stoneware, circa 1900
This exceptional fireplace signed by Emile Müller was made in enameled stoneware around 1900. It's the "Vigne vierge" model that we find illustrated in the tile factory catalogue. Typical of Emile Müller's production, the colors blue and red are mixed up in a random way while creating iridescence with metallic reflection.