Lapis lazuli smoking accessories. Art Deco. One cigarette box with a matching lipstick.

Gold mounted lapis lazuli cigarette case of upright form with rounded corners, the double threefold clasp centered with a ruby cabochon. ca. 1925. Art Deco. Continental. Apparently unmarked. Image © 2021 Sothebys. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2021/a-gentlemans-cabinet-of-curiosities-the-collection-of-the-late-naim-attallah-cbe/an-art-deco-style-carved-lapis-lazuli-cigarette
Gem-set cigarette case with a rectangular outline. Carved lapis lazuli centering on a central triangular-shaped panel formed by fluted frosted rock crystal, accented by lozenge-shaped and calibré-cut diamonds and a cabochon jadeite, the center of intricately carved lapis lazuli flowers with diamond collet pistils. The corners further accented by two sugarloaf jadeite details. Single-cut diamond pushpiece opening to reveal a compartment. Mounted in white gold. ca. 1928. French. Van Cleef and Arpels, maker. Maker’s marks: Signed Van Cleef and Arpels, Paris, no. 31057; maker’s mark for Lacloche Frères; French assay mark. Image © Christie’s 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/en/lot/lot-3888165
Matching cigarette case and lipstick baton. Gold inlaid turquoise, lapis lazuli, diamonds and cut sapphires. ca. 1929. Lent by a private collection for an exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York. ID#13.2016.49. Image Cooper Hewitt Museum. Fair use license. via https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/420577147/
Cigarette holder. Tortoiseshell trumpet with a gem-set collar, lapis lazuli tip and gold detail, to an ivory stem and tortoiseshell bowl. ca. 1930. French, made in Paris by Cartier. Maker’s marks: French assay mark. Signed Cartier, Paris, maker’s mark, Number 01544.”. Image © Christie’s 2021. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lot/lot-an-ivory-tortoiseshell-gold-and-lapis-lazuli-5429620/?

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.

Plate XV. Alexandra Bitchkova, ( (Alexandra Koltsova-Bychkova)) artist. Image © Shapiro Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.shapiroauctions.com/auctions/international-fine-decorative-art-auction-2016-03-12/275-dessins-20-planches-en-couleurs-pochoir-plates-1929/
Plate X. Serge Gladky, artist. Image © Shapiro Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.shapiroauctions.com/auctions/international-fine-decorative-art-auction-2016-03-12/275-dessins-20-planches-en-couleurs-pochoir-plates-1929/
Plate IV> Henry Valensi, artist. Image © Shapiro Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.shapiroauctions.com/auctions/international-fine-decorative-art-auction-2016-03-12/275-dessins-20-planches-en-couleurs-pochoir-plates-1929/

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.”

Page 18. Plate XVI.
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Page 20. Plate XVIII.
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Page 19. Plate XVII.
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Page 21. Plate XIX.
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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.

Orange and  white glaze with silver or platinum highlights.
Orange and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Art-Deco-FRAUNFELTER-TEAPOT-909A-Orange-White-Glaze-w-Silver-Trim-/372545388363?oid=142913722700

Yellow and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via
Yellow and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-FRAUNFELTER-ART-DECO-TEAPOT-SLIDING-LID-YELLOW-amp-BRIGHT-SILVER-LUSTRE-/263851412492?nma=tru

Green and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights.
Green and white glaze with silver or platinum highlights. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/1930s-Fraunfelter-China-Art-Deco-Teapot-Tea-Pot-Green-Silver-Vintage-Antique/202630366354?_trkparms=aid%3D22200

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.

Plate I.
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Plate 2.
Plate 2. © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF070722/00001/4j?search=Maurice-Pillard+%3dVerneuil

Plate 5.
Plate 5. © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF070722/00001/7j?search=Maurice-Pillard+%3dVerneuil

Plate 7.
Plate 7. © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF070722/00001/9j?search=Maurice-Pillard+%3dVerneuil

Plate 9.
Plate 9. © 2017 The Wolfsonian—Florida International University. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF070722/00001/11j?search=Maurice-Pillard+%3dVerneuil

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.

Set of 4 stacking cocktail or canape plates.
Set of 4 stacking cocktail or canape plates, each with an indented ring to hold a cocktail glass and an aerodynamic wing. 1934-1941. Chrome. Designed by Guild for the Chase Company who advertised them saying “With this smart looking canape plate, you can hold a cocktail, a canape and a cigarette in one hand and shake hands with the other”. Image © 2019 Chairish, Inc. All rights reserved. Fair use license. via https://www.chairish.com/product/375490/lurelle-guild-chase-art-deco-canape-plates-s4

Machine age candlesticks. 1930's.
Machine age candlesticks. 1930’s. Silver plate. Designed by Guild for International Silver. Image © 2019 Decaso Inc. All rights reserved. Fair use license. via https://www.decaso.com/product/1012939/machine-age-art-deco-silver-candlesticks-lurelle-guild-for-international-silver

Coldchester cocktail shaker and tray. 1935.
Coldchester cocktail shaker and tray. 1935. Aluminum and brass. Designed by Guild for Alcoa. Image © Wright Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.wright20.com/auctions/2013/10/design/185

Chafing set with a Saturn frame. ca. 1930.
Chafing set with a Saturn frame. ca. 1930. Silver plate. Designed by Guild for International Silver. Image © 2019 MutualArt Services, Inc. /Sothebys New York. Fair use license. via https://www.mutualart.com/Artist/Lurelle-Guild/0195607C426E36FD

Gift Ware Contemporary Group “His Royal Highness” coffee service. Coffee pot, creamer and sugar. 1934.
Gift Ware Contemporary Group “His Royal Highness” coffee service. Coffee pot, creamer and sugar. 1934. Silver plate over brass and ebony. Designed by Guild for International Silver. Image © Hamel20, LLC, Kingston, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.hamel20.com/in-stock-1/lurelle-guild-coffee-service

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.

Federal building.
Federal building. © American Asphalt Paint Company. Artwork in the public domain due to age. via https://chicagology.com/centuryprogress/1933fair05/

Circular Court of the electrical building, Communications' garden of the electrical group and The children's theatre - Enchanted island.
Circular Court of the electrical building, Communications’ garden of the electrical group and The children’s theatre – Enchanted island. © American Asphalt Paint Company. Artwork in the public domain due to age. via https://chicagology.com/centuryprogress/1933fair05/

Travel and transport building.
Travel and transport building. © American Asphalt Paint Company. Artwork in the public domain due to age. via https://chicagology.com/centuryprogress/1933fair05/

Sky ride.
Sky ride. © American Asphalt Paint Company. Artwork in the public domain due to age. via https://chicagology.com/centuryprogress/1933fair05/

General exhibits group.
General exhibits group. © American Asphalt Paint Company. Artwork in the public domain due to age. via https://chicagology.com/centuryprogress/1933fair05/

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.

Red and white bathroom.
Red and white bathroom. Image © decopix.com. via http://www.decopix.com/the-vitrolite-story/

Vitrolite kitchen, Turzak residence, chicago, illinois. 1937. american. gouache, graphite and watercolor. bruce goff, maker. via digital.wolfsonian.org
Vitrolite kitchen, Turzak residence, Chicago, Illinois. 1930’s. Bruce Goff, maker. Image © The Wolfsonian Digital Catalog. Fair use license. via https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF019847/00001/1j?search=bruce+%3dgoff

Sink (detail). from "Personality Bathrooms and Character Kitchens"
Sink (detail). from “Personality Bathrooms and Character Kitchens.” Lurelle Guild, designer and illustrator. Image © decopix.com. Fair use license. via http://www.decopix.com/the-vitrolite-story/

"The food shop, problem C."
“The food shop, problem C.” Entry in the Libbey-Owens-Ford “Modernize Main Street” competition, 1935. Submitted by Ewald A. Young. Image © decopix.com. Fair use license. via http://www.decopix.com/the-vitrolite-story/

Vitrolite ideal for restaurants.
Vitrolite ideal for restaurants. 1937. Illustration attributed to architect Bruce Goff. Image © decopix.com. Fair use license. via http://www.decopix.com/the-vitrolite-story/

From various catalogs, brochures and advertisements.

Art Deco bookbindings to dazzle their way out of your bookcase and into your hand. Very geometric in stunning colors. British. Sybil Pye, bookbinder (1879-1958).

"Religio Medici, Urn Burial, Christian Morals and other essays", written by Sir Thomas Browne.
“Religio Medici, Urn Burial, Christian Morals and other essays”, written by Sir Thomas Browne. Published in 1940. Goat skin tooled in gold. Image © The British Library. Fair use license. via http://www.herringbonebindery.com/blog/2012/09/09/bookbinder-of-the-month-sybil-pye-3/

"Ballades and Miscellaneous Poems" by Francois Villon. Bound in 1928.
“Ballades and Miscellaneous Poems” by Francois Villon. Bound in 1928. Published by Eragny Press. Red goatskin with onlays in green and tooled in gold. Image © The British Library. Fair use license. via http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/bookbindings/LargeImage.aspx?RecordId=020-000005142&ImageId=ImageId=42176&Copyright=BL

"The Little School," a book of poetry written by Thomas Sturge Moore.
“The Little School,” a book of poetry written by Thomas Sturge Moore. Published by Eragny Press. Bound in 1916. Green goatskin with vellum inlays and gold tooling. Image © the British Library. Fair use license. via http://www.bl.uk/catalogues/bookbindings/LargeImage.aspx?RecordId=020-000003674&ImageId=ImageId=41442&Copyright=BL

Vintage cocktail shakers in fun designs guaranteed to make martinis icier and daiquiris that reek of lime juice. Art Deco, 1920’s-30’s.

Penguin. Art Deco.
Penguin personal cocktail shaker. Art Deco. Chrome plated. Napier, maker. Fair use license. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Napier-Art-Deco-Penguin-Personal-Cocktail-Shaker-Chrome-Small-6-1-2-Rare/323540860235?hash=item4b5489bd4b:g:xNMAAOSwEYpb5Q2V&autorefresh=true

Bubble jingle bell. Mid 20th c.
Bubble jingle bell. Mid 20th c. Chrome. Fair use license. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/MID-CENTURY-Chrome-Bubble-Jingle-Bell-Cocktail-Shaker-Rare/173408143020?hash=item285fee46ac:g:h7IAAOSwuINb

Fire extinguisher. Vintage.
Fire extinguisher with side spout. Vintage. Chrome. Fair use license. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-CHROME-COCKTAIL-SHAKER-THIRST-FIRE-EXTINGUISHER-WITH-SIDE-SPOUT/263933046259?hash=item3d73a2adf3:g:WXwAAOSwTw5bmSwj

Skyscraper.
Skyscraper. Art Deco. Chrome plated. Lehman Brothers, New York City, makers. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/vintage-lb-lehman-brothers-art-deco-1811969754