His son Henri petitot succeeded him in 1914 and was active until 1938. It was he who developed the company by creating bronze luminaires.
High quality, by associating with large glassware. Of the biggest manufacturers of. The luminaires are signed from the ap monogram for adrien petitot.
Follow-up of the catalogue reference number of the house. It is sometimes added a stamp always in hollow indicating petitot in whole.
Petitot for henri petitot in all letters. The technique of moulding with breath or colourless glass press. It was adopted because it was suitable for lighting articles, as well as for. It was from 1919 that the family began to produce.
And other lighting items she'll specialize in. At the height of the expansion of the glass factory, in the late 1920s.The economic depression, following the collapse of wall street. The interruption of production in 1933 will be followed.
By the definitive closure in 1936. Henri petitot and muller freres.
Hexagonal base foot in silver chiseled bronze. The stamp and the reference number. From the article to the catalogue. (Adrien petitot, bronzier, see above).
Globe peacocks in colourless glass. A great classic of the house muller brothers. Signed in relief on top, (detail 10), signature rendered unreadable by the fact. Of his bad "print" and very difficult to photograph. Electricity redone, works perfectly (photos 2).The male plug, the twisted fabric thread. For: e 14 (compliant with the regulations), are new. And the wire pass, (detail 5), are in bakelite and original. Lamp sold with led bulb e14: "phillips: 2.2 w = 25 w", (see photo 6).
Lamp ready to be installed. Dimensions: total height = 21 cm. Diameter of the globe = 15 cm. Total weight = 1 kg.
Condition: small silver bronze foot wears of use very good / perfect state. Globe glass, shrapnel at the base of the globe (details 11 and 12), invisible once. No cracks, no blows, glass well translucent no stain. Hands off clean to blouses. The item "Lamp ball art deco, petitot & muller frares, bronze silver, globe peacocks, 1930" has been on sale since Monday, September 6, 2021.It is in the category "art, antiques\furnishings, decoration of the xxe\art decoration\lighting, lamps". The seller is "crea5070" and is located in/in lois.
This item can be shipped to the following countries: European Union, Switzerland.