Art Deco Architectural Gilded Aggregate Panels

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These wonderful panels can be used in a number of applications. When stacked as shown, the height is 72 inches, with each panel measuring 36 inches tall. The two panels could be set side by side and used under a bar top, creating the ultimate "speakeasy" bar. They can be set into a wall as shown for a phenomenal statement piece. Whatever your application, the effect is stunning. The panels are a thick molded aggregate stone-like substance, with an antiqued gold finish. The surface is porous in areas, typical with concrete and similar materials. The panels are solid and heavy, and the overall condition is great.
Details
Creator
Unknown (Maker)
Of the Period
Art Deco
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
1930s
Period
1930-1939
Materials and Techniques
Molded   Concrete
Condition
Good
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
72 in. H x 65 in. W x 2.5 in. D
183 cm H x 165 cm W x 6 cm D
Dealer Location
Los Angeles, CA
Number of Items
2
Reference Number
LU81208007293
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