Max Ingrand, whose real name is Maurice Max Ingrand,
born December 20, 1908 and died in Bressuire the August 25th, 1969 in Paris,
is a master glassmaker and French decorator,
one of the most famous post-war Pierre Lardin and Robert Pansart.
Student at the School of Fine Arts in Paris and then in the Decorative Arts,
he had to master the great ar...
Max Ingrand, table lamp, lacquered metal and gilded brass, Production Fontana Arte, circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height 35 cm, diameter 12 cm.
Max Ingrand, coffee table "1774" Model, manufactured by Fontana Arte, Enamelled steel with brass profiles, Internal mirrored concave colored crystal and crystal top, circa 1960, Italy. Height: 37 cm, diameter: 81 cm.
Max Ingrand, a "2126" chandelier, Manufactured by Fontana Arte, Oxidized brass and crystal gems, Circa 1961, Italy. Measures: Height: 90 cm (35.4 in).
Max Ingrand, series of six wall sconces, 1963 Model, golden brass and opal glass, Fontana Arte Edition Circa 1960, Italy. Height: 16 cm, diameter 28 cm, depth: 31 cm.
Max Ingrand, A "2258" hanging lamp, manufactured by Fontana Arte, ground shaped crystals with opaque hollows and brass fittings, Italy, circa 1963. Measures: Height: 93 cm (36.6in), width: 15 cm, depth: 9 cm.