There can therefore be no doubt that this was a large company, located at 16 popincourt Street, a stone's throw from the place léon blum which was then called Place voltaire. This chandelier in nickel bronze and six-light pressed glass, published in 1932 by vandamme under the reference 9182 (photo 6), is a very representative sample of the production of this Parisian manufacturer. As the report of its commercial catalogue states, this model also existed without tulips. At the same time modern and neo-classical, the frame of this three-pointed chandelier develops a very elegant décor where curves and straight lines meet harmoniously, in the purest art deco style. This is evidenced by this superb rounded open-ended cover (photo 8) supported by three tiered butting bows, welded together on the central bar.
Note that nickeling is original and readsure of the time spent produces one. Silver patina with bronze reflections.
All the glassware used by vandamme on this chandelier comes from the jeans gauthier (ejg) establishments in Paris and are not signed. The frosted and polished white moulded glass clogs are 36 cm long, 13.5 cm wide and 19 cm wide. The three tulips, which have the same design as the hooves, are 12.5 cm tall and 13 cm smaller. If the tulips are in very good condition with ginning at the casings, the hooves show shrapnel and accidents on the fields of transport (photo 11) and on the lower tips, without these defects being visible when these glassworks are in place.Is ready to be hooked and trendy to illuminate any modern interior. Any full or partial reproduction of the text and/or images of this ad is strictly reserved. Vandamme - ejg chandelier art deco in nickel bronze and pressed glassware 1930\" is on sale since Friday, April 2, 2021. It is in the category \"art, antiques,furniture, decoration of the 20th art lighting, lamps\". The seller is \"moneva54\" and is located in nancy.
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