Pair of French Art Deco Mirrored Tables by Jules Leleu
A pair of French Art Deco Side Tables stamped Jules Leleu, in mahogany wood and featuring two circular mirrored shelves.
Pair of Figural Art Deco Sconces by Marc Lalique
Pair of Art Deco Sconces by MARC LALIQUE circa 1950’s, on a mirrored back with frosted glass shades.
French Art Deco Chandelier by Sabino
A French Art Deco lantern-type chandelier by Sabino, of multiple molded clear and frosted glass panels, created circa 1935
An Exceptional French Art Deco Bar by ANDRE ARBUS
3-Piece Modular Art Deco Bar with Two Stools commisioned in 1936, mahogany wood structure with brass accents, frontal side covered in beige leather, illuminated frosted glass top and lateral mirror tops.
Bar: Height: 43.1/2” (110 cm.)
Width: 79 1/2” (200 cm.)
Depth: 14 1/2” (37 cm.)
Stools: Height: 32” (81 cm.)
Louis Icart (1888-1950) Champs Elysees
Oil on canvas, signed (lower left). Titled on verso, inscribed L.I., numbered XV-32 24.5″ x 19.75″ ( 62cm x 50cm)
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 Tall Art Deco Macassar Torcheres
An impressive pair of French Macassar ebony veneer floor lamps, 1940’s. .
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
Edgar Brandt and Daum French Art Deco Torchere
Edgar Brandt. French Art Deco floor lamp on a wrought iron base, with mottled orange glass shade by Daum, 1920’s.
H.: 67.7 in.
A Rare Art Deco Vanity by MAXIME OLD (1910-1991)
A Sycamore, gilt bronze and parchment vanity with mirror by Maxime Old, created circa 1940.Only 3 examples of this design have ever been produced, this being the only one where parchment is used instead of black leather.
Ref. in “Maxime Old: Architecte-Decorateur” by Yves Bandez, Ed. Norma Editions, pg. 98
Art Deco Secretaire in the manner of Ruhlmann
An exceptional quality Art Deco Secretaire in the manner of J.E. Ruhlmann in Ebene de Macassar with galuchat (shagreen) interior, recently repolished, c. 1930.