Tag: Art Deco
Lapis lazuli smoking accessories. Art Deco. One cigarette box with a matching lipstick.
Pochoir prints from the 1929 work “Dessins. 20 Planches en Couleurs.” Published by A. Calavas in Paris, it consists of a portfolio with loose prints by various artists.
Pochoir prints so grand you’ll want to redecorate all of Bar Harbor. So what if they’d have to send an entire barge from New York. Art Déco. From Maurice-Pillard Verneuil’s 1926 “Kaleidoscope.”
Teapots in different bright colors to make anyone’s tea taste more delightful. American Art Deco. Made in the 1930’s by the Fraunfelter China Company of Ohio to sit on restaurant tables.
Art Déco to brighten every corner from Maurice-Pillard Verneuil’s portfolio of pochoir prints titled “Kaleidoscope – Abstract Ornaments”. Published by Albert Lévy in Paris in 1926.
These are/were design books for making prints with stencils. More coming on another day.
Partyware that glimmers and can make even moonbeams bounce right back. American. Lurelle Guild, industrial designer. Living from 1898 to 1985 he also designed vacuum cleaners for Electrolux but those are for another day.
Pavilions and other oddments done up in the best of Art Deco style at the “A Century of Progress” exposition in 1930’s Chicago. Designed by Joseph Urban who also glammed up Broadway. Almost as good as being there.
More of these to look at if you want to check out the link. Enjoy!
Snappy illustrations for Vitrolite, a mid 1930’s American structural glass that could be sandblasted translucent and came in every color of the rainbow. Used for store fronts as well as bathroom sinks and restaurant tables from coast to coast.
From various catalogs, brochures and advertisements.