Why not adorn your interior with an objet d’art which will set off your decorative style perfectly, thanks to its typical 20th century design characteristics? From a vase to a mirror, via a traveller’s trunk, there are numerous vintage objects that the skills of the previous century’s designers have transformed into so much more than simply func...
Seguso, "13986" model bottle, "Sommerso" glass, This model was exhibited at the XIV Triennale, circa 1968, Italy. Measures: Height 38 cm, diameter 17 cm. Biography: similar model: Marc Heiremans, Seguso vetri d'arte glass objects from Murano (1932-1973), Arnoldsche, Stuttgard, 2014, p.372.
Sonia Delaunay, carpet, wool, signed, Edited by Pinton S.A, second print, numeroted 23/50, Executed under the direction of Jacques Damase, circa 1925, France. Measures: Height: 2m10, width: 2m , depth: 2 cm.
Guy Lefevre for Maison Jansen, Mirror, Gold-plated brass and plexiglass, circa 1970, France. Dimension: Height 1 m, width 80 cm, depth 3 cm.
Pair of masks, fine and decorative wire mesh, Nice carnival mask, circa 1900, France. Measure: Height 20 cm, width 15 cm, depth 10 cm.
R&Y Augousti, bronze vase and shagreen pellets, signed, circa 2000, France. Measures: Height 40 cm, diameter 20 cm.
Tapestry painter and his model, From the painting "Painter and his Model 1926", Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). Work selected with the approval of the Succession Picasso, Woven respect for tradition and know-how of the Workshop Halluin Tapestries for J.PANSU, Ref.1104.20. Measures: Length: 210 cm, width: 140 cm.
Tapestry "Portrait de Marie Thérèse, 1937," According to the canvas "Portrait de Marie Thérèse, 1937," Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Work selected with the agreement of the Succession Picasso, Woven respect for tradition and know-how of the Atelier d'Halluin tapestries, Circa 2010, France. Measures: Width: 102 cm, Heigth: 129 cm.
Piero Fornasetti, pair of doors of a cupboard made for a private custode, wood decorated with trompe l'oeil pattern, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height 135 cm, width 158 cm, depth 3.5 cm.
Piero Fornasetti, pair of doors of a cupboard made for a private custode, wood decorated with trompe l'oeil pattern, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height: 145 cm, width: 158 cm, depth: 3,5 cm.