Art Déco ceramics. English and designed by Enoch Boulton who worked for a number of potteries. Late 1920s.

Temple vase in the “Orient” pattern with a foo fu dog finial lid and decorated with black, green, and orange enamel and 22 carat gold. Produced as an exhibition piece. ca. 1930. British. Designed by Boulton for Crown Devon Fielding. Maker’s marks: Mark for Crown Devon on the underside. Image © 1stdibs.com, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/art-deco-large-temple-vase-enoch-boulton-enameled-orient-design/id-f_20797732/
Vase in the “Temple” pattern in a terracotta and black colorway with gilding, pattern #2880. Before 1926. British. Designed by Boulton. Maker’s marks: Marked on the base with the W&R Crown mark in use up to 1926. Also has the remnants of a label from the original retailer in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Image  © 1995-2020 eBay Inc.  Fair use license. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Carlton-Ware-12-5-inch-Temple-pattern-Enameled-Vase-Designed-by-Enoch-Boulton-/32398

Jazz Age wallpaper from Atelier Primavera Au Printemps of Paris who was an important wallpaper maker in the 1920s, taken from an album of samples in the collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The perfect thing to have for when Zelda Fitzgerald comes to call.

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“Les Tulipes.” Wallpaper design. 1928. French. Inventory ID #54168.28.3.1-2. Continuous paper with mechanical pulp and a mechanically brushed green background. Printed with a cylinder in seven colors. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/les-tulipes-0

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“Eventail.” 1928. French. Inventory ID #54168.27.3. Continuous paper with mechanical pulp and a mechanically brushed blue background. Printed with a cylinder in six colors. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/eventail-7

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“Les Rayures.” Wallpaper design. 1928-1930. French. Inventory ID #54168.18.5. Continuous paper with mechanical pulp and a mechanically brushed beige background. Printed with a cylinder in seven colors. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/les-rayures-2

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“Cubiste.” Wallpaper design. !928-1930. French. Inventory ID #54168.21.3. Continuous paper with mechanical pulp and a mechanically brushed mauve background. Printed with a cylinder in five colors. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/cubiste-1

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“Les Arceaux.” 1928-1930. French. Inventory ID #54168.25.4. Continuous paper with mechanical pulp and a mechanically brushed brown background. Printed with a cylinder in five colors. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/les-arceaux-2

Pieces, mostly scent bottles, by French master glass designer Julien Viard. Living from 1883 to 1938, Viard started out sculpting bronze but later shifted to glass. Worked in collaboration with Lucien Gaillard and Lalique.

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“Folavril” scent bottle made for J. Giraud Paris. ca. 1920. glass. Image ©2020 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/julien-viard/a-julien-viard-perfume-bottle-for-j-giraud-paris-A6AhFXHhkWep-0ufjMM8-w2

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Molded pressed translucent glass vase. Heightened by gold and blue enamels and decorated with floral motifs and butterflies. ca. 1920. French. Glass with patinated bronze mounting. Signed “J Viard.” Image © 1986-2020 Invaluable, LLC and Aguttes. Fair use license. via https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/julien-viard-xxeme-25-c-1e69fce5f9#

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Molded glass scent bottle decorated with a design featuring four poppies each with a leaf and stalk. Stopper is in the motif of a poppy seed. This design has been identified as having been used for the fragrance “Ghysra” by Djamila. ca. 1920. French. Clear and frosted glass body, with grey coloration applied to the acid etched surface. Designed by Julien Viard and manufactured by C. Dépinoix et Fils. Image © 2020 – WorthPoint Corporation. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/julien-viard-depinoix-poppy-perfume-1773294947

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Perfume flacon in molded glass. 20th c. French. Signed “J Viard” in the glass. Image © 2008-2020 Bukowski Auktioner AB. Fair use license. via https://www.bukowskis.com/en/lots/742870-parfymflakong-signerad-j-viard-julien-v-1883-1938

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“Nuit Fleurie” scent bottle. ca. 1920. French. Glass, wax, and thread. Designed by Julien Viard and manufactured by C. Dépinoix et Fils. Collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Image © Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Fair use license. via https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/nuit-fleurie-perfume-bottle/gwFBwJfCvZ8rsQ

Designs for rooms with lots of wallpaper, by interior designer H. Blais. Just copy it all exactly and you can have the most fashionable residence in Paris. Trade samples for J. Grantil who made wallpaper. Not a book, but rather 26 unnumbered leaves of plates that came with a title statement and wrapper. Art Déco.

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“Moderne” and “Sole Mio” Page 1. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF053831/00001/1

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“Cottage” and Mosaique.” Page 9. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF053831/00001/9

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“Bataquia” and “Sylvie.” Page 2. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF053831/00001/2

More Art Déco dreaming, taken from the 1925 publication “Une Ambassade Francaise” from the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes. Charles Moreau, publisher.

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“Salle a Manger” (table and chairs detail). Page 40. 1925. French. Collections of the Wolfsonian Archives. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF068413/00001/40?search=pochoir%3fsearch%3dpochoir

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“Salon.” Page 42. 1925. French. A Domin and Genevriere, decorators. Redard, architect. Collections of the Wolfsonian Archives. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF068413/00001/42?search=pochoir%3fsearch%3dpochoir

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“Fumoir.” Page 44. 1925. French. Francis Jourdain. Collections of the Wolfsonian Archives. Image © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF068413/00001/44?search=pochoir%3fsearch%3dpochoir

Pieces designed by André-Charles Mare, who co-founded la Compagnie des Arts Français in 1919. Living from 1885 to 1932, he was a founder of the Art Déco movement. Also designed military camouflage during World War I. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

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Canapé. Part of a furniture set for a study room presented at the Salon d’Automne in Paris in 1912. Inventory ID #990.334. 1912. French. Red, green and yellow lacquered beech with green leather armrests and seat. Photo ©Paris, MAD /Béatrice Hatala. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/canape-1

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Masque de faune, Element placed at the back of the niche furnished with mirrors in the dining room of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Girod, 4 Avenue Hoche, Paris. 1920-1921. Gilded bronze, Inventory ID #45231. Paul Vera, André Mare and Louis Süe/la Compagnie des Arts Français, creators. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/masque-de-faune

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“L’Eté,” design for the top of a door, used in the dining room of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Girod, at their residence located at 4 avenue Hoche, Paris. 1921. Inventory ID #45230.A. Gilded stucco bas-relief. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/dessus-de-porte-l-ete

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“L’Automne,” design for the top of a door, used in the dining room of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Girod, at their residence located at 4 avenue Hoche, Paris. 1921. Inventory ID #45230.B. Gilded stucco bas-relief. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/dessus-de-porte-l-automne

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Paravent Faunes. Screen. Made in 1920 for Comte Aubaret. Inventory ID #992.782. 1920. Lacquered paint on parchment pasted on wood panels with a gilt brass frame. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/paravent-faunes

Art Déco and Art Nouveau gates and screens in iron and brass. You’ll end up wanting to acquire more gateways so you can buy another. French, by ironworker Edgar Brandt. Living from 1880 to 1960, he also made armaments for the French army.

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Garden gate with with bronze fleur-de-lis, berry bush and florets. 1910-1919. Art Nouveau. Iron and brass. In the manner of Edgar Brandt. Image © 1stdibs.com, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/building-garden/doors-gates/french-art-nouveau-architectural-iron-bronze-gate-manner-edgar-brandt/id-f_4695723/?gclid=CjwKCAjw97P5BRBQEiwAGflV6YHzPAXD6g6vnIJKolYFgtpyzGuzNn0cBeIA_san12zB9soLYO1TsRoCzYkQAvD_Bw

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“L’Âge d’Or,’ patinated iron with three gilt bronze medallions. 1923. Patinated iron with gilt bronze medallions executed by Max Blondat. Retailed by Ferrobrandt Inc. New York. Maker’s marks: The garland of the single female figure is signed “MAX-BLONDAT.” Image © Phillips Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.phillips.com/detail/edgar-brandt/NY050114/46

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“Oasis” five panel screen. 1920-1929. French. Brass and nickled metal. Image ©2018 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.de/k%C3%BCnstler/edgar-brandt/oasis-five-panel-screen-52j1wlMO6FCYePas7tMY5A2

Papillons (butterflies) to put up and make your home feel like a butterfly garden. Art Déco, plates from Emile-Allain Séguy’s 1925 “Papillons.” Commissioned by American textile manufacturer F. Schumacher.

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Plate 1. Page 7. Smithsonian Libraries, Contributor. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/192166#page/7/mode/1up

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Plate 3. Page 11. Smithsonian Libraries, Contributor. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/192166#page/11/mode/1up

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Plate 2. Page 9. Smithsonian Libraries, Contributor. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/192166#page/9/mode/1up

Lipstick motif Art Déco figural table lighters. Lucite.

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Geometric design lighters modeled as lipstick. Art Déco. Lucite. Maker not known. Image © Special Auction Services, Newbury, Berkshire. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.de/lot/two-art-deco-lucite-lighters-of-geometric-design-modelled-as-lipsticks-50218094?utm_source=auction-newsletter-email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Auktionsnewsletter&utm_content=Email:%20Auktionsnewsletter&perPage=80&page=4

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Geometric table cigarette lighter modeled as a blue lipstick. 1940s. Art Déco. Lucite. Maker not known. Image © 2020 Etsy, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.etsy.com/listing/610327168/vintage-1940s-lighter-working-lucite?show_sold_out_detail=1&ref=nla_listing_details

Arts Déco jewels by Jean Fouquet, son of Georges Fouquet and grandson of Alphonse Fouquet. Maison Fouquet was founded in 1862 by Alphonse Fouquet and lasted into the mid 20th century under his son and grandson.

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Clip. Commissioned by the French State for the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life in Paris, in 1937. Inventory ID #MNAM 1116 OA. 1937. Made in Paris. Gold, lacquer and old brilliant cut diamonds. Jean Fouquet, designer. Louis Fertey, maker. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Image © Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/clip-4

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Ring. Commissioned by the French State for the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life in Paris, in 1937 Inventory ID #MNAM 1114 OA. 1931 and 1937. White gold, platinum, old brilliant-cut diamonds, amethysts, and moonstones. Jean Fouquet, designer. Jean Charles, maker. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Image © Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/bague-1937-0

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Ring. Commissioned by the French State for the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life in Paris, in 1937. Inventory ID #MNAM 1112 OA. 1937. Gold and topaz. Jean Fouquet, designer. Louis Fertey, maker. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Image © Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/bague-1937

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Bracelet. Commissioned by the French State for the International Exhibition of Arts and Techniques in Modern Life in Paris, in 1937. Inventory ID #MNAM 1115 0A. 1937. White gold, platinum, old brilliant-cut diamonds, amethysts, and moonstones. Jean Fouqet, designer. Charles Girard, maker. Photo ©Paris, MAD / Jean Tholance. Image © Musée des Arts Décoratifs. Fair use license. via http://collections.madparis.fr/bracelet-1937