Cherrier & Benus have taken over in 1926 by René massin, a manufacturer dappareils lighting active during the early twentieth century, and lont continued. In the same premises 36 rue Amelot in the eleventh arrondissement of Paris. At the turn of the 30s, the partners did squeeze signed exclusive lighting glassworks their name to linstar other big names in art deco light fixture as petitot, Maynadier or Mouynet, what characterized. While some prosperity of business affairs. It identifies to date at least two glass globes models pressed signed cherrier & Besnus.
Measuring 86 cm high and weighs almost 7 kilos. Bronze Setting nickel is structured around six bars.Clinging to a chiseled seek bail and whose curved ends are led by a stylized floral decoration. Note the use of a long stepped terminal (picture 2) which punctuates refinement with this device suspended lighting. Of the three arms tonics are hung three globes in white pressed glass signed cherrier & Besnus (photo 6). For transparency effects on some. These globes measuring 14 cm in diameter develop a floral decoration on six sides which echoes that of the frame.
Fully cleaned and polished and rewired. Globes without collars are fixed to their supports through. The three globes contain égrenures. A withstood the test of time.
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