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Maison Baguès

Since its establishment in 1860, the Maison Baguès has been an emblem of French sophistication in luxury lighting design. Each piece the firm makes is hand-assembled using traditional techniques in order to emphasize the elegance and excellence of their detailed artisanal work. Still the epitome of savoir-faire, Maison Baguès’ luxurious pieces are prized for their craftsmanship, beauty and harmony.

The master metalsmith Noël Baguès founded the company as specialists in liturgical bronzes, but by 1880 the company had expanded into the production of bronze light fixtures in response to the development of electrical lighting. Carried on by Noël’s son Eugène and grandsons Victor and Robert, Maison Baguès continued to progress, adding intricately detailed iron lighting collections in the 1920s as well as stair banisters, gates and accessory tables

Baguès began selling internationally in the interwar period, expanding the company’s operation to New York, Rome and Cairo. Noted for their high-end handcrafted work, such as complex carved sconces and hand-strung crystal chandeliers, Maison Baguès appealed to an elite clientele. While Baguès’ Art Deco crystal lighting fixtures drew the most attention, the company was also known for bespoke metalwork that drew commissions from important interior designers and decorating firms such as Maison Jansen and Raymond Subes. The idiosyncratic genius Armand-Albert Rateau used Maison Baguès accessories to decorate the interiors of Jeanne Lanvin’s town home in 1928. Maison Baguès products have also been featured in luxury hotels like Paris's George V and the Savoy in London.

Today, Maison Baguès continues its history of delicate, detailed work and devotes much of its enterprise to preserving the company’s heritage through restoration. Their efforts are worth it. As you will see on 1stDibs, Maison Baguès remains the last word in classic French lighting and metalwork.

Average Sold Price
$3,544
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Materials
Maison Bagues Rectangular Side Table
By Maison Baguès
Located in Miami, FL
Maison Bagues rectangular side table 2 tiers, 1st tiers height: 8 in Bronze ans brass, gold cloudy mirror.
Category

1960s French Neoclassical Vintage Maison Baguès

Materials

Brass, Bronze

  • Maison Bagues  Rectangular Side Table
  • Maison Bagues  Rectangular Side Table
  • Maison Bagues  Rectangular Side Table
  • Maison Bagues  Rectangular Side Table
H 23 in. W 26 in. D 13 in.
Pair of Maison Baguès Side Tables
By Maison Baguès
Located in Miami, FL
Pair of Maison Baguès 3-tier side tables. Measure: 1st-tier high 8 2nd-tier high 20 Very good vintage condition. 2 pairs available, 4 tables total.
Category

1950s French Neoclassical Vintage Maison Baguès

Materials

Brass

  • Pair of Maison Baguès Side Tables
  • Pair of Maison Baguès Side Tables
  • Pair of Maison Baguès Side Tables
  • Pair of Maison Baguès Side Tables
H 25 in. W 13 in. D 16 in.
1960s Silver Plated Faux Bamboo Box Maison Baguès
By Maison Baguès
Located in Antwerp, BE
Silver plated faux bamboo box by Maison Baguès. A stylish French little jewelry box, trinket box or storage box in metal faux bamboo with red velvet inside. Embossed bamboo sticks...
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Mid-20th Century French Mid-Century Modern Maison Baguès

Materials

Silver Plate

Pair of Opposite Maison Baguès Hand Sconces.
By Maison Baguès
Located in Miami, FL
Superb pair of opposite hand sconces by Maison Baguès, figuring a hand holding a torche. Two patina bronze one light, 65 watts max bulb Back plate: 4.25 inches height, 2.75 inches wi...
Category

1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Maison Baguès

Materials

Bronze

Maison Bagués, Rare Set of 3 Neoclassical Style Silvered Brass Nesting Tables
By Maison Baguès
Located in Marcq-en-Baroeul, FR
This rare set of 3 neoclassical style nesting tables on casters is made of silvered brass. These stacking tables were made by famous French designer Maison Bagués, circa 1970.
Category

1940s French Neoclassical Vintage Maison Baguès

Materials

Brass

Elegant Bar Cart Faux Bamboo Designed in Chrome by Maison Baguès, 1960s
By Maison Baguès, Jacques Adnet
Located in Antwerp, BE
Vintage French bar cart, trolley by Maison Baguès.Chrome, satin finish metal faux bamboo with clear glass shelves, removable tray, and bottle holders on the bottom. Rubber wheels.Ver...
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1940s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage Maison Baguès

Materials

Chrome

Wonderful Maison Baguès Bamboo Style Side Table
By Maison Baguès
Located in Munich, DE
Bamboo style brass base and marble-top in excellent condition.
Category

1960s French Hollywood Regency Vintage Maison Baguès

Certified Bagues Sconces #10393 2-Arm in Gilt Gold or Gilt Silver Finish
By Maison Baguès
Located in Paris, FR
Maison Bagues #10393 2 pairs of 1930s style sconces. Two-light wall sconces in gilt silver or gilt gold finish that are handmade in France. These decorative wall sconces are iron and...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary French Mid-Century Modern Maison Baguès

Materials

Crystal, Iron

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Maison Baguès Sellers

Thomas Brillet Inc
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Modern Eye Gallery
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FCK Paris New York
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Modern Design Connection
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Thomas Gallery Ltd
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MM - ANTIQUE LIGHT
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Maison Baguès furniture for sale on 1stDibs

Maison Baguès furniture is available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive objects are frequently made of metal and designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our Maison Baguès collection of furniture, although gold editions of this piece are particularly popular. We stock 298 vintage versions of these items, while there are 17 modern editions to choose from as well. Many original furniture by Maison Baguès was created in Europe during the 20th century in the Mid-Century Modern style. If you are looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Frida Minet, Adrien Audoux and Arlus and Maison Lunel. The prices for Maison Baguès furniture can vary depending on size, time period and other attributes. The price for these items starts at $593 and tops out at $96,770, while pieces like these can sell for $4,530 on average.

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