Decorative objects 

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...

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  • 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.