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Mathieu Matégot, Mid-Century Modern, Ceramic Metal, French Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in Netherlands, circa 1950. Brown ceramic, metal. In good condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preserving a ...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Ceramic

Mathieu Matégot "Kite" Standing Catchall in Brass and Iron, France, 1950s
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in New York, NY
Wrought iron and brass "Kite" catchall by Mathieu Matégot, Classic midcentury metalwork for the base with a decidedly avant-garde design for the brass tray. Original condition.
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Brass, Wrought Iron

Roger Capron Ceramic on a Mathieu Matégot Base, circa 1950
By Roger Capron, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ceramic piece designed by Roger Capron later placed on Mathieu Matégot base by previows owner. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic, metal and rattan. Signed. In good co...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Green ceramic, metal and rattan. Signed. In good condition, with minor wear consist...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Tobacco Accessories

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Metal

Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Mathieu Matégot Manufactured by Ateliers Matégot (France), circa 1950. Lacquered and perforated metal. In good original condition, with minor wear consistent...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Magazine Racks and Stands

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Metal

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Style Standing Ashtray
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Sculptural ashtray/catchall in the style of Mategot and Georges Jouve. Iron frame with triangular base and circular top. Ceramic dish sits firmly inside the metal opening. Great line...
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Vintage 1950s French Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Iron

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Style Ceramic Standing Ashtray
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Sculptural ashtray/catchall in the style of Matégot and Georges Jouve. Iron frame with circular base and circular top. Green and black ceramic dish sits inside the metal opening. Gre...
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Vintage 1950s French Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Iron

Mathieu Mategot Umbrella Stand
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in New York, NY
White metal umbrella stand.
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Vintage 1950s French Ashtrays

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Metal

  • Mathieu Mategot Umbrella Stand
  • Mathieu Mategot Umbrella Stand
  • Mathieu Mategot Umbrella Stand
  • Mathieu Mategot Umbrella Stand
H 33.5 in. W 11.25 in.
Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mategot Ashtray on Stand
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Toronto, Ontario
A terrific "Patte d'ours" ashtray on iron stand by Jouve and Mategot. Ca. 1951 Interesting and unusual green glazed ceramic . Incised with Jouve's cypher. A great example.
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Iron

Jouve Mategot Ashtray and Stand
Located in New York, NY
A very sought after and stylish collaboration by two important French designers, Mathieu Mategot and Georges Jouve
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Vintage 1950s French Ashtrays

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Metal

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Mid-Century Modern Yellow Ceramic Ashtray
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Yellow ceramic, metal. In original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and ...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Ceramic

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Saint-Ouen, FR
Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot ashtray, circa 1950. Wrought iron and rattan structure by Mathieu Matégot. Ceramic ashtray by Georges Jouve (signed).
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Wrought Iron

Modernist Tripod Ashtray or Tidy by Mathieu Matégot & Georges Jouve, circa 1950s
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Atlanta, GA
Mid-Century Modernist ashtray or tidy designed by Mathieu Matégot with collaboration of French ceramist Georges Jouve (1910-1964). Elegant blackened metal tripod base and original p...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Iron

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic and metal. In good condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, pr...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Metal

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic and metal. In good original condition, with minor wear consistent with age and...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Mathieu Matégot and Georges Jouve 'Patte D'ours' Ashtray with Stand, circa 1950
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in LAGUNA BEACH, CA
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mategot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic and metal Signed to underside of ceramic Mathieu Mategot (1910-2001) was a...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Steel

Mathieu Matégot (attr) Standing Ashtray
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Little standing ashtray with ceramic dish and enameled metal wire stand.
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Iron

  • Mathieu Matégot (attr) Standing Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matégot (attr) Standing Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matégot (attr) Standing Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matégot (attr) Standing Ashtray
H 22.75 in. W 12 in. D 11.5 in.
Rare Mathieu Mategot Jouve French Ashtray w/ Stand 1950's
Located in New York, NY
This is a rare 1950's Mathieu Mategot Jouve French ashtray with the original stand.
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Vintage 1950s French Ashtrays

Patte d’Ours Ashtray with Stand by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Glazed, deep green, ceramic bear claw ashtray by Georges Jouve with perforated, enamelled stand and tray by Mathieu Mategot. Ashtray inscribed on underside with Georges Jouve triangu...
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Mid-20th Century French Modern Ashtrays

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Steel

Scupltural Ash Stand Attributed to Mategot-Jouve
Located in Toronto, ON
This rare and significant ash stand is in the style of french<br /> design collaborators Mathieu Mategot and Georges Jouve.
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Vintage 1950s French Ashtrays

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Metal

Mathieu Matégot Ashtray Magazine Holder, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray Magazine Holder designed by Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured By Ateliers Matégot (France), circa 1950 Lacquered and perforated metal. In good original condition, with mi...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Magazine Racks and Stands

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Metal

Patte d’Ours Ashtray with Stand by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Red ceramic bear claw ashtray with crackle glaze by Georges Jouve and perforated, enamelled stand and tray by Mathieu Mategot. Ashtray inscribed on underside with Georges Jouve cross...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Ceramics

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Steel

'Bear Paw' Ceramic Ashtray with Metal Base by Georges Jouve & Mathieu Matégot
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in New York City, NY
Georges Jouve & Mathieu Matégot red 'Bear Paw' ceramic ashtray with metal base, France, 1950s. Measures: 12 D, 24 H, base 12 W, hand 7 W.  
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Vintage 1950s French Abstract Sculptures

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Metal

Midcentury Jouve and Matégot Ashtray, 1950
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Saarbruecken, DE
Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot ashtray, circa 1950. Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve, rack by Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Bordeaux red ceramic, metal....
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

  • Midcentury Jouve and Matégot Ashtray, 1950
  • Midcentury Jouve and Matégot Ashtray, 1950
  • Midcentury Jouve and Matégot Ashtray, 1950
  • Midcentury Jouve and Matégot Ashtray, 1950
H 22.45 in. W 11.03 in. D 13.78 in.
Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Saarbruecken, DE
Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot ashtray, circa 1950. Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. black ceramic, metal Free ship...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mategot Ashtray, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mategot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic, metal. In good condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preser...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Mathieu Matègot & George Jouve, Ashtray
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in LAGUNA BEACH, CA
Born and educated in Budapest, furniture and tapestry designer Mathieu Matégot moved to France in the early 1930s, where he worked as a window dresser and women’s clothing designer. ...
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Mid-20th Century Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Ceramic

  • Mathieu Matègot & George Jouve, Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matègot & George Jouve, Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matègot & George Jouve, Ashtray
  • Mathieu Matègot & George Jouve, Ashtray
H 23.5 in. W 12 in. D 11.5 in.
Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot Mid-Century Modern Yellow Ceramic Ashtray, 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic, metal and rattan. In good condition, with minor wear consistent with age and ...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Signed Georges Jouve & Mathieu Matégot "Patte d'Ours" Red Ceramic Ashtray 1951
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Geneva, CH
Superb and rare "Patte d'Ours" or "Bear's Paw" cherry red enameled ceramic ashtray with black iron and rattan Stand, made by famous french ceramist Georges Jouve and french designer ...
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Vintage 1950s French Ashtrays

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Iron

Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mategot Mid-Century Modern Red Ceramic Ashtray, 1950
By Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray designed by Georges Jouve and Mathieu Mate´got. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. Ceramic, metal and rattan. Measures: Ashtray 18 D x 18.5 W x 7.5 cm. Signed. In g...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

Thick Plate Glass Mirrored Ashtray
By Jean Luce and Mategot
Located in New York, NY
Thick blue glass with mirrored base, geometric cut circular bowl, with cigarette rest troughs. This item was made in Italy, and were sold through high end retailers such as Aspreys, ...
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Vintage 1930s Italian Art Deco Ashtrays

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Glass

  • Thick Plate Glass Mirrored Ashtray
  • Thick Plate Glass Mirrored Ashtray
  • Thick Plate Glass Mirrored Ashtray
  • Thick Plate Glass Mirrored Ashtray
H 1 in. W 8.25 in. D 8.25 in.
Black Ceramic Ashtray after Mathieu Matégot and Georges Jouve, circa 1950
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Black ceramic and metal ashtray after Georges Jouve and Mathieu Matégot. Manufactured in France, circa 1950. In good condition, with minor wear consistent with age and use, preservi...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

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Metal

French Modernist Tripod Ashtray or Catch-All, 1950s
By Georges Jouve, Mathieu Matégot
Located in Vienna, AT
Elegant modernist ceramic ashtray or catch-all on a blackened iron tripod stand with two nice brass accent knobs. Interesting organic glazing to the ceramic ashtray which contrasts n...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Ashtrays

Materials

Metal, Brass

Mathieu Matégot Ashtray Magazine Holder, circa 1950
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Barcelona, Barcelona
Ashtray magazine holder designed by Mathieu Mate´got. Manufactured By Ateliers Mate´got (France), circa 1950 Lacquered and perforated metal. In good original condition, with min...
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Vintage 1950s French Mid-Century Modern Magazine Racks and Stands

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Metal

Unusual Black Lacquered and Ceramic Ashtray or Vide-Poche, French, circa 1960
By Mathieu Matégot
Located in Marcq-en-Baroeul, FR
This unusual ashtray or vide-poche is made of a black and yellow ceramic mounted on a black lacquered stand. This is a French work, in the style of Mathieu Matégot, circa 1960.
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Vintage 1960s French Mid-Century Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

Materials

Iron

Mategot Ashtray For Sale on 1stDibs

Choose from an assortment of styles, material and more with respect to the mategot ashtray you’re looking for at 1stDibs. A mategot ashtray — often made from metal, ceramic and iron — can elevate any home. Whether you’re looking for an older or newer mategot ashtray, there are earlier versions available from the 20th Century and newer variations made as recently as the 20th Century. A mategot ashtray made by Mid-Century Modern designers — as well as those associated with Art Deco — is very popular. A well-made mategot ashtray has long been a part of the offerings for many furniture designers and manufacturers, but those produced by Mathieu Matégot, Georges Jouve and Roger Capron are consistently popular.

How Much is a Mategot Ashtray?

A mategot ashtray can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $4,532, while the lowest priced sells for $950 and the highest can go for as much as $11,786.

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