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Edgar Brandt Lighting

French, 1880-1960

French metalworker Edgar Brandt refused to settle into a single way of doing things and he constantly experimented with different techniques, mediums and styles. From his earliest dive into Art Nouveau to his transition to Art Deco, Brandt brought his craft to bear on pieces ranging from architectural elements, such as doors, to furnishings like console tables and wall sconces — each object rich with thoughtful detail.

When he was 13, Brandt was enrolled by his parents in the prestigious École Nationale Professionnelle de Vierzon boarding and trade school. The school placed him in the ironworking program, where he learned traditional forging methods. He served two years in the military after graduating and subsequently opened a small shop to practice his craft.

In his cozy atelier in Paris, Brandt designed small metal objects like crosses, rings and pendants. He methodically created each piece and slowly worked his way up to larger projects. Inspired by the Art Nouveau furnishings of Louis Majorelle, fashioned from wood and wrought iron, Brandt added furniture design to his skillset. 

In 1914, the French military called on Brandt to serve in World War I. During this time, he designed weapons and shell casings that were widely copied and used in both world wars.

After peace temporarily took shape in Europe, Brandt worked tirelessly to design and produce a wide variety of metal pieces. Every year, he showed his work at the Salon d’Automne. In 1919, he expanded his enterprise by building a new workshop, where he employed 100-plus workers. International demand for his work prompted Brandt to expand further and open a factory in the Parisian suburb of Chatillon-sous-Bagneux. There, he had more than 3,000 employees.

In 1936, the French government nationalized his company, and they began to produce armaments under Brandt's name. The onset of World War II led Brandt and his family to flee to Switzerland, where they stayed until the fighting was over. When he finally returned to France, Brandt didn’t reopen his studio. He chose, instead, to work on small-scale projects until his death in 1960.

Brandt received many high-profile commissions and participated in several important collaborations. He co-created some of France's most notable monuments, including the French Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe — completed in 1921. He received the title Knight of the Legion of Honor and the Medal of Honor for Applied Art from the French Society of Artists.

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Creator: Edgar Brandt
Edgar BRANDT French Art Deco Wrought-iron Table Lamp, 1920s
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco table lamp by Edgar BRANDT, France, 1920s. Wrought-iron base. Alabaster shade. Old alabaster cannot be compared to new ones. Old alabaster has veins. Sometimes they c...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

Art Deco Table Lamp by Edgar Brandt and Daum Nancy
By Edgar Brandt, Daum
Located in Bochum, NRW
A very rare and important modernist table lamp in chrome-nickel and glass. Designed by Edgar Brandt, with etched glass by Daum Freres. An identical model is illustrated in Joan Kahr'...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Metal

Edgar Brandt and Daum French Art Deco Torchère
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
Edgar Brandt. French Art Deco floor lamp on a wrought iron base, with mottled orange glass shade by Daum, 1920s. Measures: H 67.7 in.
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

French Art Deco wrought iron chandelier by Edgar Brandt & Daum Nancy 1920 Glass
By Edgar Brandt, Daum
Located in Ijzendijke, NL
Stylish & Timeless! This breathtaking French art deco chandelier / pendant light by Edgar Brandt & Daum Nancy 1920. Incredible craftsmanship in the hand made wrought iron frame showing the favorite design of Edgar brandt: Gingko leaves and berries. The frame has been singed by Brandt ''E. Brandt''. The glass shade was produced with the ''Pate de verre'' technique by Daum Nancy. Daum chose a warm red orange shade that combines perfectly with the wrought iron creating a gorgeous scenery when lit. The glass is signed with ''Daum + Nancy'' there is a small flea bite chip from the shade but it is barely noticeable in the frame of the chandelier. This chandelier is a gorgeous combination of masterful craftsmanship and art deco design. A real treasure for generations to come. The chandelier has been rewired and will make a stunning addition to any Hallway or room. This Edgar Brandt & Daum Nancy chandelier...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

An Art deco Edgar Brandt wrought-iron table lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in BARCELONA, ES
This Art Deco Edgar Brandt wrought-iron table lamp epitomizes the elegance and sophistication of the Art Deco movement, making it a timeless addition to any space. Crafted by the ren...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Signed & Daum Shade Antique French Art Deco Torchiere Floor Lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique torchiere was made by the renowned artist Egar Brandt of France and dates to approximately 1920 and done in his signature style. The bas...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Art Deco Lamp Sphere model
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Art deco lamp circa 1925. Wrought iron base, sphere model. Alabaster tulip. Electrified, B22 socket, bayonet LED bulb. In perfect condition. Height: 33cm Width: 9 cm Depth: 9cm Weig...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

French Art Deco table lamps by Edgar Brandt and Daum
By Edgar Brandt
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Original french Art deco small table lamps in wrought iron and glass made by Edgar Brandt and Daum. Iconic model creation between the two ...
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20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

French Art Deco chandelier by Daum and Edgar Brandt
By Edgar Brandt
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Original french art deco chandelier in wrought iron by Edgar Brandt with Daum tulip-shaped frosted glass. Iconic and emblematic model from the collaboration...
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20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Pair of Mistletoe Boule de Gui Art Deco table lamps Edgar Brandt and Daum 1925
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Antwerp, BE
Pair of Mistletoe or Boule de Gui Art Deco table lamps by Edgar Brandt and Daum. Wrought iron lamp bases stamped E. Brandt. Orange and bleu pâte de verre glass shades signed Daum Na...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt & Daum Nancy Art Deco Lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Fairfax, VA
An art deco table lamp with hammered iron work from Edgar Brandt and art glass shade from Daum Nancy. Shade signed with Daum Nancy / Ironwork signed with Edgar Brandt
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Edgar Brandt Art Deco Chandelier
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Art deco chandelier circa 1925. Wrought iron frame decorated with ginkgo biloba leaves. Alabaster basin. Stamped E. Brandt on the mount. The chan...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt and Daum Nancy Art Deco Chandelier
By Edgar Brandt, Daum
Located in NANTES, FR
Art deco wrought iron chandelier with ginkgo biloba leaf decoration, circa 1925. 4 tulips and a central glass paste shell signed Daum Nancy. Frame stamped E Brandt. Chandelier electrified and in perfect condition. This chandelier will be disassembled and sent in two separate boxes. One for the glass and another for the frame. Height: 86cm Frame diameter: 42 cm Shell diameter: 27 cm Weight: 12kg You can contact me for more information and for delivery costs. Daum (French establishment created in 1878) is a glass and crystal workshop located in Nancy. Founded by the industrialist and notary Jean Daum, the workshop was then taken over by his sons Auguste and Antonin, who ran it during the Art Nouveau period. It was not until the Universal Exhibition of 1900 that the company was at the forefront of the decorative art scene, when Daum received the prestigious Grand Prix medal. At this time, Daum glass became more complex, acid treatment was often used in the cutting, enameling and etching of a piece to produce glass masterpieces. Daum also produces applied glass elements, such as handles and ornamental motifs in naturalistic shapes. The Daum brothers quickly became big names in Art Nouveau, rivaling the famous designer Émile Gallé, and established themselves as leaders in the field of decorative glass after his death. In 1906, Daum revived glass paste, a process by which glass is transformed into paste, then it is applied to the surface of a mold and fired. This technique originates from ancient Egypt. Today, Daum is the only industrial crystal manufacturer that uses the glass paste process for its glass objects and crystal sculptures. Following the First World War, Paul Daum began to develop works in the Art Deco style, moving away from naturalistic forms and turning to linear, angular, simplified forms and geometric patterns characteristic of the movement. After the Second World War, Henri and Michel Daum became interested in the transparency of glass and pure lines. Daum collaborates with a large number of famous artists, such as Louis Majorelle, Salvador Dalí, Hilton Mac Connico, Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti to create glass paste objects...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt and Daum Nancy Art Deco Chandelier
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Edgar Brandt and Daum Nancy Art Deco chandelier. Art deco chandelier circa 1925 in wrought iron decorated with leaves and windings. Frame stamped E. Brandt. Coupe in blue and cream glass paste signed Daum Nancy. In perfect condition and electrified. Total height: 95 cm Diameter: 50cm Weight: 12 Kg You can contact me for more information and delivery costs. Edgar Brandt was born in Paris in 1880 and studied at the Vocational School of Vierzon. In 1925, BRANDT took part in the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts. Following the success of the Salon, the same year, he inaugurated his gallery at 27 boulevard Malesherbes. He exhibits there his creations of artistic ironwork, furniture, sculptures, lighting and decorative objects, but also the creations of other artists with whom he collaborates (Daum, Lalique). The BRANDT gallery will be the first decorative art gallery in Paris. BRANDT is considered the greatest exponent of Art Deco ironwork. He died in Collonge-Bellerive on May 8, 1960. Daum (French establishment created in 1878) is a glass and crystal workshop located in Nancy. Founded by the industrialist and notary Jean Daum, the workshop was then taken over by his sons Auguste and Antonin, who ran it during the Art Nouveau period. It was not until the Universal Exhibition of 1900 that the company was at the forefront of the decorative art scene, when Daum received the prestigious Grand Prix medal. At this time, Daum glass became more complex, acid treatment was often used in the cutting, enameling and etching of a piece to produce glass masterpieces. Daum also produces applied glass elements, such as handles and ornamental motifs in naturalistic shapes. The Daum brothers quickly became big names in Art Nouveau, rivaling the famous designer Émile Gallé, and established themselves as leaders in the field of decorative glass after his death. In 1906, Daum revived glass paste, a process by which glass is transformed into paste, then it is applied to the surface of a mold and fired. This technique originates from ancient Egypt. Today, Daum is the only industrial crystal manufacturer that uses the glass paste process for its glass objects and crystal sculptures. Following the First World War, Paul Daum began to develop works in the Art Deco style, moving away from naturalistic forms and turning to linear, angular, simplified forms and geometric patterns characteristic of the movement. After the Second World War, Henri and Michel Daum became interested in the transparency of glass and pure lines. Daum collaborates with a large number of famous artists, such as Louis Majorelle, Salvador Dalí, Hilton Mac Connico, Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti to create glass paste objects.
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1920s Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Art Deco Chandelier
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Edgar Brandt Art Deco chandelier Chandeliers circa 1930 stamped twice Edgar Brandt in wrought iron Nickles. 4 shades in alabaster and 4 bubles led. The chandelier is electrify as new...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Rare Art Deco Lantern
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Edgar Brandt rare Art Deco Lantern Wrought iron Art Deco lantern, original cathedral glass, doves decor on each side. In very good condition and electrified Measures: Heig...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Art Deco Ginkgo Leaves Wrought Iron Table Lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bochum, NRW
Table lamp by Edgar Brandt, made of wrought iron, with alabaster shade. Ginkgo leaves motif. Stamped signature to the foot. Dimensions: Height 54 cm, ...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Rare Art Deco Floor Lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Edgar Brandt rare Art Deco floor lamp. Nickel-plated wrought iron floor lamp stamped E.Brandt, alabaster basin. In very good condition. Electr...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Wrought Iron

French Art Deco Table Lamp by Edgar Brandt and Daum Glass
By Edgar Brandt
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Exceptional and really rare french art deco table lamp in wrought iron by Edgar Brandt, signed on the base. The glass is by Daum and t...
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20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

French Art Deco Table Lamp by Edgar Brandt and Daum Glass
By Edgar Brandt
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Exceptional and really rare french art deco table lamp in wrought iron by Edgar Brandt, signed on the base. The glass was made by Daum...
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20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Chandelier Art deco, Designer: Edgard Brandt, 1920, France, material: iron
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Amaizing hanging lamp Designer: Edgard Brandt Material: iron Style: Art Deco Country: France To take care of your property and the lives of our customers, the new wiring has been done. We have specialized in the sale of Art Deco and Art Nouveau and Vintage styles since 1982. If you have any questions we are at your disposal. Pushing the button that reads 'View All From Seller'. And you can see more objects to the style for sale. Why are there so many antiques in Argentina? In the 1880 – 1940 there was a grate wave of immigration encouraged by the periods of war that were taking place. 1st World War took place between 1914 and 1918 2nd World War took place between 1939 and 1945 The immigrants options were New York or Buenos Aires. Tickets were cheap and in Buenos Aires they were welcomed with open arms, as it was a country where everything was still to be done. Argentina was the country of new opportunities, labour was needed and religious freedom was assured, in many cases the of the family travel first until they were settled and then the rest of the family members join them. In the immigrant museum “Ellis Island Immigrant Building” in New York you can se the promotional posters of the boats that would take them to a new life. Between the years 1895 and 1896, Argentina had the highest DGP (gross domestic product) per capita in the world according to the Maddison Historical Statistics index, this situation arose due to the large amount of food being exported to European countries, which were at war. The Argentinean ships left the port of Buenos Aires with food, but they returned with furniture, clothes and construction elements, (it´s common to see this the old buildings of the historic neighbourhood of San Telmo, the beams with the inscription “Made in England)”, as well as many markets that were built in Buenos Aires, such us the San Telmo Market, whose structure was brought by ship and afterwards assembled in 900 Defensa Street. With the great influence of European immigrants living in the country, the children of the upper classes travelled to study in France, resulting in the inauguration of “La Maison Argentinienne”, on 27th of June 1928, in the international city of Paris, which hosted many Argentinians that were studying in Frace. It´s the fourth house to be built after France, Canada and Belgium, being the first Spanish-speaking one. Still in place today (17 Bd Jourdan, 75014, Paris, France). Many of the children of these wealthy families who attended international art exhibitions, museums and art courses abroad, took a keen interest in the European style. This is why Buenos Aires was at the time referred as “The Paris of South America”. Between the years 1890 and 1920 more than a hundred Palaces were built on Alvear Avenue the most exclusive avenue in Buenos Aires. Today some of these palaces have been transformed into museums, hotels and embassies. In the year 1936, the Kavanagh building was inaugurated, it was the tallest reinforced concrete building in South America. During 1994 the American Society of Civil Engineers distinguished it as an “international engineering milestone”, and it´s now considered a World Heritage of Modern Architecture. At the time was common to hire foreign architects such as Le Corbusier, who visited Buenos Aires/Argentina in 1929 and in 1948 he drew up the blueprints for a house built in La Plata City (which was declared a World Heritage Site). In 1947, the Hungarian architect Marcelo Breuer designed “Parador Ariston” in the seaside city of Mar del Plata. After an Argentinean student at Harvard University convinced him to come to Argentina. He worked on an urban development project in the Casa Amarilla, area of La Boca. The Ukrainian architect, Vladimiro Acosta, arrives in Argentina in 1928 and worked as an architect until que moved to Brazil. Antonio Bonet, a Spanish architect who worked with Le Corbusier in Paris, arrives in Argentina in 1937, where he carried out several architectural works and in 1938 designs the well-known BFK chair. Andres Kálnay, of Hungarian origin, made around 120 architectural masterpieces, among which the former Munich brewery stands out, he even made the furniture’s design. The German architect, Walter Gropius, director of the Bauhaus, lived in Argentina, where he wrote articles for “Sur” magazine and founded in Buenos Aires, an architectural firm with Franz Möller, who was also an architect, where he built two houses. At the same time several famous designers decided to immigrate to Argentina, among them we can find the well-known French designer, Jean-Michel Frank, who arrived in the country in 1940 and also worked for the Rockefeller family. Special pieces were made, which were sold exclusively in the country, such as the well-known German company “WMF”, who sold their products by catalogue, which were chosen by the ladies of high society in the list of wedding gifts, as well as the pieces designed by Christofle. The Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti, made special pieces for Argentinean mansions. In 1904 the first Jansen branch outside Paris was established in Buenos Aires, as the Argentinean clientele demanded a large amount of furniture, from the end of the 19th century to the mid-20th century. In 1970, the brand Rigolleau Argentina made pieces authorised by Lalique. The brands Maple and Thompson also set up shop in the country. The French plastic artist, Marcel Duchamp moved to Argentina in 1918-1919. Glass signed Gallé, Charder, Leverre, Schneider, Muller and other French firms. They were bought in flower shops and were given to ladies with beautiful floral arrangements. Some furniture manufacturers travelled to international fairs and bough the patterns to produce the furniture in Argentina, such as the furniture firm Englander and Bonta, who bought the patterns ins Italy. It is worth mentioning that in Argentina we have the largest community of Italians outside of Italy, as it is estimated that 70 percent of the inhabitants have at least one Italian descendant, followed by Spanish immigrants. The most Important furniture stores in Argentina: Comte is founded in 1934 (under the direct management of Jean Michel Frank in 1940). Nordiska (Swedish company established in 1934). Churba in 1960, a company that brought foreign designers to present their furniture in the country: Denmark: (Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl, Bender Madsen, Ejner Larsen, Poul Kjaerholm, Hans Wegner) Sweden: (Hans Agne Jakobsson, Gustavsberg) United States: (Herman Miller) Finland: (Lisa Johansson, Folke Arstrom, Tapio Wirkkala, Alvar Aalto, Timo Sarpaneva) Swedish Factory: (Orrefors) Italy: (Littala, Vico Magistretti, Emma Gismondi, Gae Aulenti, Angelo Mangiarotti, Elio Martinelli, Gianna Celada, Angelo Mangiarotti, Mario Bellini, Carlo Scarpa) Finland: (Olivia Toikka) Plata Lappas (Lappas Silver): a goldsmith shop founded in 1887 in Argentina by Alcibiades Lappas of Greek origin. In 2019, in Argentina took place “the Art Deco world congress”, in which we participated as hosts invited by Geo Darder, founder of the Copperbridge – Foundation, in which prominent people from all over the world attended to learn about Art Deco in Argentina. Argentina currently has more than 100 Art Deco buildings and another 90 Art Nouveau buildings throughout the city of Buenos Aires. Argentina is a country that has not been involved in many wars, which is why it has been a refuge for works of art and antiques from different periods of time, unlike European countries. That is way many collectors, museums and antique dealers from all over the world visit it, you should not miss the opportunity to visit this great country. Laura Guevara Kjuder, architect. If you want to live in the golden years, this is the lighting that your project needs. We have specialized in the sale of Art Deco and Art Nouveau and Vintage styles since 1982.If you have any questions we are at your disposal. If you are looking for sconces to match your ceiling lighting, we have what you need. Pushing the button that reads 'View All From Seller'. And you can see more objects to the style for sale. Edgar Brandt He was born in Paris on December 24, 1880. His family moved to Orleans when Brandt was 4 years old. At age 18, he graduated the Brevet Technicien Superieur and did two years military service with the 153rd infantry in Nancy. Brandt was awarded a gold medal 1st class, at the Salon des Artistes Francais, and became a member of the vetting team of the organization. In 1904, he was ordered to go to Toul near Nancy for military service. There it became apparent to him that the French Infantry had no light versatile weapon with a long target-range. At the end of the year he returned to Paris with the order to design and make a 60mm mortar and the required ammunition. Trained in the Ecole Professionnelle de Vierzon, he set up an ironmongery in Paris. There he created gates, balustrades, floor lamps and chandeliers in bronze, hammered wrought iron and steel for grand houses and ocean liners. His style was typical for the period with cone-fires, branches, fruits, and even birds and human faces. After the WWI, he created the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier under the Paris Arc de Triomphe. He participated in the famous Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs de 1925 in Paris, making the monumental gate...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Edgar Brandt Et Daum Nancy Art Deco Lamp
By Edgar Brandt
Located in NANTES, FR
Edgar Brandt wrought iron lamp decorated with ginko biloba. Signed E Brandt on the support of the shell Glass paste shell signed Daum Nancy. In very good condition and electrified. ...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Large Wall Light Sconce Iron by Edgar Brandt Signed
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Schöfflisdorf, CH
Large wall light sconce iron by Edgar Brandt signed without the glass.
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Daum Nancy And Edgar Brandt Art Deco Table Lamp
By Edgar Brandt, Daum
Located in Dallas, TX
Daum Freres Nancy; Edgar Brandt, Table light, circa 1925, Daum Nancy shade is variegated and mottled art glass with powder fusions of, white, orange...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Art Deco Wall Sconce by Edgar Brandt
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
Art Deco wall sconce by Edgar Brandt. Made of wrought iron with a glass shade by Daum (unsigned) Measures: Depth 7", width 17", height 10.5".
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Art Deco Wall Sconce by Edgar Brandt
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
Art Deco wall sconce by Edgar Brandt Wrought iron with a glass shade. Shade signed Daum. Measures: Height 10", width 18.25", depth 6.75".
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Edgar Brandt Gingko Leaves Chandelier 4 Daum Glass Shades Signed
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Oakland, CA
Edgar Brandt gingko Biloba Leaves “Fer Forge” Chandelier with 4 Daum tulip glass shades. Original and completed. Signed E Brandt on the ironwork a...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Pair of French Art Deco Lamps by Edgar Brandt with Waterfall Sabino Shades
By Edgar Brandt, Marius-Ernest Sabino
Located in Long Island City, NY
A stunning and very rare pair of French Art Deco table lamps. Collaboration of the two highly acclaimed French Artists in the pinnacle of the Art Deco Era. The glass shades known as ...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt Pair of Wall Sconces
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
Edgar Brandt pair of wrought iron wall sconces. Signed EBrandt. I will clean them.
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Edgar Brandt iron ceiling fixture
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Classic French Art Deco ceiling fixture by Edgar Brandt, circa 1922, in hand forged iron with alabaster shades.
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Alabaster, Iron

Edgar Brandt, Pendant Lamp in Four Lights, France, 1930
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Catonvielle, FR
Edgar William Brandt (1880-1960), four-lighted iron pendant, France, 1930. Signature struck under one of the branches. This luminaire is a fine e...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

French Art Deco Palm Frond Floor Lamp by Edgar Brandt
By Edgar Brandt
Located in New York, NY
Elegant French Art Deco wrought iron standing lamp in the form of palm fronds by French Master Ironworker, Edgar Brandt. Literature: See Edgar Brandt, master of Art Deco ironwork ...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

Pair of Edgar Brandt & Daum Art Deco Table Lamps
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
Edgar Brandt & Daum Nancy French Art Deco pair of table lamps, with pierced spherical wrought iron bases and decorated with garland of mistletoe. Marbelized glass shades with or...
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1930s French Art Deco Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Art Deco Table Lamp by Edgar Brandt & Daum
By Edgar Brandt
Located in Bridgewater, CT
A French Art Deco table lamp, wrought iron base by Edgar Brandt, with Daum Freres acid etched glass shade.
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1930s French Vintage Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Iron

Edgar Brandt and Daum “La Tentation” Table Lamp
By Daum, Edgar Brandt
Located in New York, NY
A French Art Deco serpent lamp by Edgar Brandt and Daum titled “La Tentation”. The lamp features a rich brown, bronze Boa Python, almost completely vertically extended, wrapped aroun...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt and Daum "Les Roses" Floor Lamp
By Daum, Edgar Brandt
Located in New York, NY
This wrought iron and glass “Les Roses” floor lamp by Edgar Brandt and Daum surprises and delights with its high Art Deco styling. A calyx of wild rose buds and stylized cabbage rose...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Edgar Brandt Lighting

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Wrought Iron

Edgar Brandt lighting for sale on 1stDibs.

Edgar Brandt lighting are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Edgar Brandt lighting, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original lighting by Edgar Brandt were created in the Art Deco style in france during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider lighting by Jules Leleu, Genet & Michon, and Lalique. Prices for Edgar Brandt lighting can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $1,659 and can go as high as $39,610, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $8,344.

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