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

Birds in wrought iron of an Art Déco kind. French and made by master metalworker Raymond Subes (1891-1970).

Gate with birds. 1930.
Gate with birds. 1930. Wrought iron. Attributed to Subes. Image © Aguttes Neuilly & Lyon. Fair use license. via https://www.aguttes.com/lot/22236/5096602
Grille. 1930.
Grille. 1930. Wrought iron. Image © Paris Enchères – Collin du Bocage- O.V.V N° 2003-458 – RCS B445 271 679. Fair use license. via http://encheres.parisencheres.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=6683593&np=7&lng=fr&npp=20&ordre=1&aff=1&r=