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Art Deco

Jean Després

Once upon a time I’ve seen some candlesticks. Since I am not very much into candlesticks it was such a surprise for me not to forget them immediately! The image of the martelé metal and the gourmet chain was still coming in my mind obsessively day after day… then I start to make some research

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Apollo Orfevrerie

We are glad to submit your attention a very rare sample of Art Deco Tea Coffee service made by Apollo Orfevrerie. Apollo, Societe De Coutellerie et D’orfevrerie, was a french company of cutlery and orfevrerie, established in 1796, with the known address in 31 Rue Pastourelle, Paris. They produced through many factories, the most known

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Amalric Walter

Amalric Walter and his pâte de verre dancers

Even before the discoveries of Tanagra, a charming Greek figurine depicting a veiled dancer was frequently seen in the workshops, reproduced in plaster, terracotta, imitation of bronze, ivory or even in glass. It is undoubtedly the prettiest known variant of this beloved type of the ancients. Amalric Walter too realized some women figurines inspired by

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Gianni Versace and Venini

We are glad to present in our gallery the complete VVV Vintage collection, comprising seven beautiful vases: VVV, Smoking, Asimmetrico, Gessato, Grenadine, Marte and Frisage. These vases belong to the first editions of the VVV , not its partial reedition of 2010. Most of the items are accompanied by the Certificate of Origin issued by Venini, some

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Edgar Henri Lelubre

Edgar Henri Lelubre – Belgium Architect

Part of the group EGAU (Etudes en Groupe d’Architecture et d’Urbanisme), Edgar Henri Lelubre was an important belgium architect who activated in the development of the architecture and urbanism in the Liege region between 1950 and 1970. Lelubre, Edgard Henri (Ghent, 1904 – Gent, 1970) studied painting and drawing at the Art Academy of Ghent.

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jeannine nathan

Jeannine Nathan

Large plaster sculpture by Jeannine Nathan figuring a standing man on squared terrace. Jeannine Nathan was born in 1924 in Algiers.She moves together with her family to Paris in 1933, she returns to Algeria during World War II, and then she comes back in 1945. Around 1950 she is introduced by her mother to Ossip

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OSTA (important french street artist) Acrylic on canvas. 116 x 89 cm. Signed and dated lower left. The French RED OSTA is one of the 72 world street artists, chosen to realize for the first time in the history of graffiti art, a magnificent happening – The TAG & Graffiti, 2010, in Paris, implemented by

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modernist sculpture

Pierre Donna

Just a nice subject, contemporary sculpture, patinated metal, symbolizing the warm and protection of the parents for their child. Svelte lines, refined shape, can fit within any room decoration.   Pierre Donna, contemporary artist, born 1965, mostly known as a sculptor, he starts to explore new way to express his creativity by trying a new technique –

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