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A very styishly proportioned French Art Deco chandelier, with three globe shades suspended from a chrome fixture.
From around 1930.
The shades are in very thick pale pink frosted glass with a deep acid-engraved rose design. They are signed by the smaker, Sprat.
The light takes three E13 bayonet-fitting light bulbs.
Height 24 inches
Shade diameter 6 inches
This gorgeous Art Deco globe vase is by Veramé, a small art glass factory in Metz.
Veramé produced glass using a range of techniques, but specialised in very crisp etched designs similar to Schneider art glass output around 1930.
Emerald green with striking geometric design, the epitome of Art Deco style.
The etched trademark, Veramé, is incorporated into the design.
Height 8 ¼ inches / 21cm
Width 8 ¼ inches / 21cm
Excellent condition, no damage or defects.
The Verrerie de Sevres was founded in 1750 by Madame de Pompadour and is still going strong today.
This gorgeous antique jardiniere dates to the early years of the 20th century, when enamelled glass was very much in fashion.
It’s decorated with flowers and butterflies. The colours are brilliant and the crystal gleams.
It measures 9½ inches long x 5 inches
2 ½ inches deep
It’s in perfect condition. A stunning piece from a prestigious French maker.