Model listed in the fabri's depoque catalogue. Ant, this is not a reassembly.Sadressera to all lovers of the subjects. She will also be suitable for all. Admire the sober aesthetics and the quality of the Es establishments hettier - vincent.
Nickel bronze and pressed glass were presented in the catalogue. Dated precisely from the year 1929. On which the glassware rests is raised by three small legs to allow the wire to pass through. The lyre that receives the glassware is attached to the central bar (photo 9). The presence of the famous fluted neck cover created by hettier - vincent.
And often used on their bronze lamps to mask the collar of tulips. Who is wearing this support is. An exclusive achievement of muller brothers lunéville for hettier - vincent. A very elaborate and organic model that.Presents the two signatures of these manufacturers (photos 4 - 12). On a vasque and a shell, has the peculiarity of being tinted in the mass. In its upper part, while the floral elements. Are patinated in a color. It is also worth noting.
Specific to this nightlight because extended by a \"skirt\" that runs at the bottom of the décor and completely covers the disc (photo 10), while there is a scalloped version. Polie and then repolie, for effects of transparency by zones, the surface of this glassware is covered with thin alveoli. This adds to its refinement.Is that original and it is still in. In perfect condition, without any sparkle, which is quite rare for a glassware of this age. The lamp was realted with a wire. Torsaded sheathed with black fabric. The socket is made of silver brass with e14 screws. Any full or partial reproduction of the text and/or images of this ad is strictly reserved. The item \"hettier - vincent art deco lamp catalogued nickel bronze and tulip muller en\" has been on sale since Tuesday, November 17, 2020.
It is in the category \"art, antiques,furniture, decoration of the 20th art lighting, lamps\". The seller is \"moneva54\" and is located in nancy. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.