Raymond Subes and Hermes floor lamp
French Art Deco floor lamp, A wrought iron base by Raymond Subes suporting a parchement shade by Hermes,
Height: 72″, Shade diameter: 22″
French Art Deco Torchere by EDGAR BRANDT (1880-1960)
A wrought iron standing floor lamp stamped by Edgar Brandt, from circa 1925, with alabaster shade.
SEVRES Floor Lamp
A Glass and gilt metal Floor Lamp, circa 1949
the seven sconces above shaped candlearms, six ribbed frosted glass shades, the cylindrical stem with three shaped glass butresses, on a scroll base, with label ‘Cristal Garanti Sevres, France’
Art Deco Torchère by PERZEL
A French Art Deco floor lamp by Jean Perzel, c. 1930’s. Frosted glass and chromed metal shade on a white lacquered conical base.
Art Deco Torchère signed “Maison”
French Art Deco Torchère with a wrought iron base signed “Maison” and a frosted glass shade, c. 1930’s
Art Deco Floor Lamp
A French Art Deco Torchere in silvered bronze with a mottled glass shade, 1940’s
Raymond Subes & Muller Art Deco Torchiere
Raymond SUBES (1893-1970) & MULLER Torchiere, c. 1925
Wrought iron base decorated with a stylized leaves motif and circular patterns with an elegant shade in frosted glass sandblasted with a granite effect and signed “Müller Fres”.
Height 70.1 in. (178 cm) – Diam. 17 in (43.2 cm)
Reference: – Henri Clouzot, “La ferronnerie moderne à l’Exposition Internationale des arts décoratifs de 1925”, Éd Charles Moreau, model illustrated on planche 14.
Guillaume Janneau, “Exposition internationale de 1925”, Éd. Charles Moreau, model illustrated on p. 95
Pair of Tall Art Deco Macassar Torcheres
An impressive pair of French Macassar ebony veneer floor lamps, 1940’s. .
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.