Pair of Tall Art Deco Macassar Torcheres
An impressive pair of French Macassar ebony veneer floor lamps, 1940’s. .
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’
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.
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 Floor Lamp
A French Art Deco Torchere in silvered bronze with a mottled glass shade, 1940’s
Art Deco Torchère signed “Maison”
French Art Deco Torchère with a wrought iron base signed “Maison” and a frosted glass shade, c. 1930’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