Art Deco Figural Lamp by FANNY ROZET
Fanny Rozet (French, 1881-?) Art Deco Figural Lamp representing a draped nude bronze figure with 2 pate-de-verre shades most probably by Walter Almaric. Born in 1881 in Paris, Fanny Rozet was among the few women artists and an important member of the “Evolution Group” — an Avant-garde group of French sculptors, ceramicists and metal workers working in Paris in the 1920’s.
24in. (61cm.) high, 24in. (61cm.) wide, 7in. (18cm.) deep
Rare Art Deco Lamp by Sabino
MARIUS ERNEST SABINO
A Rare and Important Art Deco Table Lamp , c. 1928
Frosted glass molded with a stylized foliage and birds motif, in a gilded bronze armature
H : 20 1/2 in.
Pair of Edgar Brandt & Daum Art Deco Table Lamps
Edgar BRANDT & DAUM NANCY
French Art Deco pair of table lamps, with pierced spherical wrought iron bases and decorated with garland of mistletoe. Marbelized glass shades with orange and green tones, c. 1925 Similar model reproduced in: Joan Kahr, “Edgar Brandt, Master of Art Deco Ironwork”, Harry N. Abrams Inc. Publishers, New York, 1999, p. 114.
Important “Cobra” Table Lamp by Edgar Brandt
Art deco table lamp, model “Cobra”, c. 1930
Gilded bronze with Daum glass shade, signed “E.Brandt” on the bronze and engraved “Daum Nancy” with the Cross of Lorraine on the glass
H. 20.9 in (53 cm.)
Bibliography: J. Kahr, Edgar Brandt Art Deco Ironwork, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen, 2010, model reproduced p. 133
Pair of Edgar Brandt table lamps
EDGAR BRANDT (1880-1960)
GINKGO, A MATCHED PAIR OF TABLE LAMPS, CIRCA 1925
wrought-iron stems with openwork leaves, supporting alabaster shades
23 in. (58.5 cm.) high. Attributed, unsigne