Art Deco lighting for every corner of your home. Perfect atmospherics for that Jazz Age fancy dress party. Michel Zadounaïsky, designer (1903-1983). Born in Odessa, he moved to France with his family at the age of 13.

Pair of table lamps with partially black patinated antelopes. 1930s.
Pair of table lamps with partially black patinated antelopes. 1930s. Wrought iron with opaline glass shades. antelopes. Signed “Zadounai¨sky” on each with the signatures hidden by a rectangular twisted rope. © Estate of the maker. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/table-lamps/michel-zadounaisky-french-art-deco-pair-of-wrought-iron-antelope-lamps-1930s/id-f_17990982/
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Bougeoir. ca. 1930-1940. Iron. © Estate of the maker. Image ©2020 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/michel-zadouna%C3%AFsky/bougeoir-D01YH9Zc6rAXkrLKCbY1hg2
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Large monkey lamp. 1930s. Iron. School of Michel Zadounaïsky. Image © Copyright – GALERIE VAUCLAIR. Fair use license. via http://galerie-vauclair.fr/GV/portfolio-item/zadounaisky-large-monkey-lamp/?lang=en

Art Deco in brilliant hues. Ceramics from Faienceries et Emaux de Longwy, manufacturer. Located in Alsace-Lorraine, France they still exist. Around since 1798.

Vase. 1930. Art Deco. French.
Vase, decorated in a crackle glaze of vibrant colors and gilt, with a frieze of exotic flowers. 1930. Ceramic and enamel. Designed by Maurice Paul Chevallier for Longwy. Signed “Longwy/Piece Unique (One Only) /1930.” Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/rare-french-art-deco-ceramic-vase-longwy/id-f_6835803/
Vase. ca. 1930. Marked.
Vase. ca. 1930. Marked. Image © 2020 Chairish, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.chairish.com/product/1856644/longwy-art-deco-pottery-vase
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Vase. 1920-1949. Ceramic. Gold and blue. Signed. Image © 2020 Catawiki.com. Fair use license. via https://www.catawiki.com/l/26523131-emaux-de-longwy-vase-with-art-deco-pattern

Art Déco statues to put around the house so you can time travel back to the jazz age. Made by Romanian sculptor Demétre Chiparus. Living from 1886 to 1947, he worked in Paris, using bronze and ivory in a technique known as chryselephantine.

"Coquetry." 1920s.
“Coquetry.” 1920s. Romanian/French. Spelter and marble. Signed “D. H. Chiparus” on the base. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/sculptures/figurative-sculptures/demetre-chiparus-coquetry-spelter-statue-1920s/id-f_17035432/
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“Scarab Dancer.” 1930s. Romanian/French. Bronze on ivory on a marble plinth. Image © 2020, Hickmet Fine Arts. Fair use license. via https://hickmet.com/blogs/newsfeed/know-your-artists-demetre-chiparus?customer_posted=true#contact_form
"Vedette." ca. 1928.
“Vedette.” ca. 1928. Romanian/French. Cast bronze on a marble plinth. Image © 2020 MARTELL GALLERY. Fair use license. via https://martellgallery.com/artists/37-demetre-chiparus/works/28-demetre-chiparus-vedette-circa-1928/

Smoking sets from some very high end places from back when everyone smoked and needed things to go with it to impress their friends.

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Pair of smokers sets, each with a silver tray and porcelain cigarette holders painted in Chinoiserie motifs. 20th c. Chinoisorie. French. Marked “Made in France” and Cartier” along the bottom. Cartier, maker. Image © Akiba Antiques and liveauctioneers.com. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/80933515_cartier-chinoiserie-silver-smokers-set
Smoking set. 1930s.
Smoking set with ashtray, cigarette bowl and matches bowl. 1930s. Italian. Opal iridescent glass. Sequso Murano glass, maker. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/glass/1930s-seguso-italian-murano-opal-iridescent-glass-smoking-set/id-f_11431583/
Smoker's set. ca. 1923.
Smoker’s set. Ashtray and match holders. ca. 1923. Austrian. Brass. Wiener Werkstätte. Josef Hoffmann, designer. Marked at the rim with Wiener Werkstätte in three rows, “Made in Austria” and the Josef Hoffmann signet “JH”. Inventory number in the WW Archive is WWF 114-9-3 with a picture of this model in the WW Archive in the Museum for Applied Arts Vienna. Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/dining-entertaining/ashtrays/complete-smokers-set-josef-hoffmann-wiener-werkstatte-circa-1923/id-f_11334623/

Colorful ceramic jugs designed by Susie Cooper for Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England, whom she worked for in the 1920s, starting her own firm afterward.

Cubist design. 1920s.
Cubist design. 1920s. Marked ” Hand-painted, Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England. Designed by Susie Cooper” on the underside. Image © 2019 — World Collectors Net. Fair use license. via http://www.worldcollectorsnet.com/whats-it-worth/susie-cooper-price-guide-value-guide/attachment/susie-cooper-grays-pottery-art-deco-cubist-jug/
"Paris" cubist design jug. ca. 1930.
“Paris” cubist design jug with cup. ca. 1930. ” Marked “Hand-painted, Gray’s Pottery, Hanley, England. Designed by Susie Cooper.” Image © 2019 Andrew Muir. Fair use license. via https://andrew-muir.com/items/grays-pottery-susie-cooper-perfect-cubist-design-mid-size-paris-jug-c-1930/2466
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Jug in a Art Deco cubist geometric design. 1920s. Fully marked for Gray’s Pottery to the base. Image © 2019 – WorthPoint Corporation. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/susie-cooper-grays-pottery-art-deco-1778406257

“Aurene” art glass from Steuben. Mostly 1920s. American. No longer making Steuben but Corning Glassworks which Steuben was part of is still going strong.

"Aurene" bowl in blue. ca. 1920s.
“Aurene” bowl in blue. ca. 1920s. American. Steuben,maker. Etched “Steuben.” Image © 1stdibs, Inc. 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/steuben-blue-aurene-vase/id-f_15680731/
"Aurene" fan and finger vases in blue, green jade and rosaline colors. 1920s.
“Aurene” fan and finger vases in blue, green jade and rosaline colors. 1920s. American. Blue vase is engraved “Steuben.” Imaged by Heritage Auctions, HA.com. Image © Barneby’s, Stockholm. Fair use license. via https://www.barnebys.com/auctions/lot/three-steuben-glass-fan-vases-circa-1920-blue-aurene-vase-engraved
"Aurene" compote in gold glass. ca. 1920.
“Aurene” compote in gold glass. ca. 1920. American. Engraved “aurene, 367.” Imaged by Heritage Auctions, HA.com. Image © 2019 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/glass/steuben-gold-aurene-glass-compotecirca-1920-engraved-aurene-367ht-8-in/a/5383-79336.s
"Aurene" vase in a trumpet shape in gold. ca. 1920s.
“Aurene” vase in a trumpet shape in gold. ca. 1920s. American. Art glass in a gold color. Marked “Steuben Aurene 6770” on underside. Image © Cowan’s Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.cowanauctions.com/lot/steuben-gold-aurene-glass-vase-3077436

Vases and some other interesting little things from American ceramics firm Weller Pottery which was in the state of Ohio. Founded in 1872 it closed right after World War II.

Bottle vase with red carnation in the "Eocean" pattern. 1898-1915.
Bottle vase with red carnation from the “Eocean” line. 1898-1915. American. Ceramic. Image © thekingsfortune.com and ©1996-2019, Amazon.com, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.amazon.com/Weller-Pottery-1898-1915-Eocean-Carnations/dp/B07R8N59WY
Pillow vase from the "Aurilian" line.
Pillow vase from the “Aurilian” line. Dark brown ground with hand painted decoration in slip under a gloss glaze, the front having a spray of flowers in burnt orange and dark yellow with green leaves and an area of mustard with abstract splashes on the sides and back in red and yellow. 1898-1910 with the die stamp on the underside suggesting a date before 1900. Earthen ware. Signed “Weller” on the bottom with an impressed die stamp. Marked by hand with the artist’s initials. It also has the numbers 502 and 7. 1898 and 1910. Image ©Callooh Callay Vintage and © 2019 Chairish, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.chairish.com/product/1112551/1900s-weller-pottery-aurelian-vase
Coppertone bowl, frog dish, and two frogs. No exact date.
Coppertone bowl, frog dish, and two frogs. No exact date. Ceramic. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://skinnerlive.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/507/lot/227451/?url=%2Fview-auctions%2Fcatalog%2Fid%2F507%3Fpage%3D1%26items%3D100
"LaSa" scene palm tree round vase. 1920-25.
“LaSa” scene palm tree round vase. 1920-25. Glazed ceramic. Image © 1996-2019, Amazon.com, Inc. and Weller Pottery. Fair use license. via https://www.amazon.com/Weller-Pottery-1920-25-Scenic-Round/dp/B07HBFQ7V9

Images from the now mostly forgotten 1937 Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne which was held in Paris, France when World War II was just a hop, skip and jump away.

USSR pavilion. 1937.
USSR pavilion. 1937. From the official album of the Exposition internationale des Arts et des techniques appliqués à la vie moderne – Paris 1937. copyright La Photolith. In the public domain in the United States and other countries where the copyright term is 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Paris-expo-1937-pavillon_de_l%27URSS-13.jpg
German pavilion. 1937.
German pavilion. 1937. From the official album of the Exposition internationale des Arts et des techniques appliqués à la vie moderne – Paris 1937. copyright La Photolith. Image © Archives of Dr. Chris Mullen. Fair use license. via https://www.messynessychic.com/2016/09/21/when-paris-invited-both-the-nazis-and-the-soviets-to-its-1937-world-expo/
La Garderie d'Enfants. 1937.
La Garderie d’Enfants. 1937. From the official album of the Exposition internationale des Arts et des techniques appliqués à la vie moderne – Paris 1937. copyright La Photolith. Image © Archives of Dr. Chris Mullen. Fair use license. via https://www.messynessychic.com/2016/09/21/when-paris-invited-both-the-nazis-and-the-soviets-to-its-1937-world-expo/
Great Britain and Canada Pavilion. 1937.
Great Britain and Canada Pavilion. 1937. From the official album of the Exposition internationale des Arts et des techniques appliqués à la vie moderne – Paris 1937. copyright La Photolith. Image © Archives of Dr. Chris Mullen. Fair use license. via https://www.messynessychic.com/2016/09/21/when-paris-invited-both-the-nazis-and-the-soviets-to-its-1937-world-expo/

Blue-green Art Deco stoneware from Sweden. Part of Wilhelm Kåge’s “Argenta” series which he produced for the Gustavsberg Factory.

Vase. 1930s-1940s.
Vase. 1930s-1940s. Stoneware with a green glaze and silver overlay. Stamped: “Argenta 1046 / Gustavsberg Kåge.” Image © Maison Gerard, New York. Fair use license. via http://www.maisongerard.com/collection/wilhelm-kage-1889-1961-for-gustavsberg4
Vase. No exact date.
Vase. No exact date. Stoneware with green glaze and silver overlay. Makers marks on the underside. Image © 2008-2019 Bukowski Auktioner AB. Fair use license. via https://www.bukowskis.com/en/auctions/569/875-a-wilhelm-kage-argenta-stoneware-vase-gustavsberg
Charger. Early 20th c.
Charger. Early 20th c. Stoneware with a green glaze and silver overlay. Makers marks on underside. Image © 2019 Chairish, Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.chairish.com/product/2066762/wilhelm-kage-argenta-series-charger-for-gustavsberg

Cheerful Art Deco ceramics, all in animal designs. Designed by Edouard Marcel Sandoz for Haviland Limoges in the early years of the 20th century. All of these except for the toucan being pictured in “Les Creations en Porcelaine d’ Edouard Marcel Sandoz” by Jean Segonds.

Toucan bonbonnière. 1972.
Toucan bonbonnière. 1972, after a model made by Sandoz in 1922. Number 36 of a second edition limited to 1000. French. Image © Modernism Gallery, Coral Gables. Fair use license. via http://www.modernismgallery.com/sandoz+toucan+candy+box/
“Porte – Bouquet - Grenouille.”Vase with a yellow frog on a green lily pad. 1916.
“Porte – Bouquet – Grenouille.”Vase with a yellow frog on a green lily pad. 1916. French. Porcelain. Image © Modernism Gallery, Coral Gables. Fair use license. via http://www.modernismgallery.com/french+art+deco+sandoz+porcelain+singing+frog+vase/
Duck bonbonnière.
“Canard Mandarin Duck” bonbonnière. 1916. French. Porcelain. Image © Modernism Gallery, Coral Gables. Fair use license. via http://www.modernismgallery.com/sandoz+french+art+deco+large+duck+box/