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Period: 1920s
Beautiful Chinese Laquered Stand with Gilt Decoration
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Lovely small laquered Chinese stand with gilded carved decoration. Beautiful on a console or coffee table as special embellishment.
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Chinese Chinese Export Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Wood

Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Large centerpiece in crystal glass and metal.
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Large centerpiece in crystal glass and metal. Handmade. Glass with air bubbles from production. Ca. 1920s. Classic design. Marked. In perfect condition. Dim...
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Belgian Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Crystal, Metal

Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Large centerpiece in clear crystal glass
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Large centerpiece in clear crystal glass. Glass with air bubbles from production. Classic design. Ca. 1920s/1930s. Marked. In excellent condition with a sm...
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Belgian Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Crystal

Silver Jardinière With Floral Openwork And Glass Insert, Vienna, Circa 1925
Located in Vienna, AT
Elegant silver jardinière with an elliptical ground plan, the vertical wall slightly flared at the bottom and decorated with large-scale floral openwork, below a constriction and the...
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Silver

Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Elegant two-part Art Deco centerpiece in art glass.
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Val St. Lambert, Belgium. Elegant two-part Art Deco centerpiece in art glass. Handmade crystal glass with air bubbles from production. Ca. 1920s/1930s. Classic design. Marked. In per...
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Belgian Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Crystal

Art Deco silvered Centerpieces vienna around 1920s
Located in Wien, AT
Art Deco Centerpieces vienna around 1920s Wood handles polished Brass is silvered ( only polished ) A exstraordinary model
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Brass

Art Deco Alpaca center piece with glass vienna 1920s
Located in Wien, AT
Art Deco Alpaca center piece with glass vienna 1920s Original cut glass Polished and stove enameled
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Alpaca, Glass

Art Deco Alpaca Centerpiece with opaline glass vienna around 1920s
Located in Wien, AT
Art Deco Alpaca Centerpiece with opaline glass vienna around 1920s Only polished
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Alpaca, Opaline Glass

Horse Racing Trophy - Sterling Silver - Art Nouveau Design - Walker & Hall 1925
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in Sheffield in 1925 by Walker & Hall, this handsome, Sterling Silver Trophy Cup, features scroll handles, and a horse and jockey finial. Th...
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English Art Nouveau Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Sterling Silver

1925's Ceramic center piece by Sue et Mare
Located in Bois-Colombes, FR
Rare center piece in white ceramic designed by Louis Sue and André Mare Circa 1925's Piece documented and located in plenty museums
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French Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Early 20th Century Italian Bronze Centerpiece
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Early 20th century Italian two-tone bronze centerpiece on a gold hue with an overall ornate open work design, accented with a figurative chariot of a putti angel mounted on top of a ...
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Italian Other Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

French Art Deco Centerpiece Silverplate Bowl by Bouillet & Bourdelle 1920s
Located in Bad Säckingen, DE
A beautiful and mostly elegant Art Deco centerpiece bowl made of silverplated brass by the well-known French manufacturer Bouillet & Bourdelle in the 1920s. Its medium size is per...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Silver Plate

Art Deco Glass Centerpiece by Schneider Francia. 1920 - 1930
Located in CADALSO, ES
Great condition signed on the bottom
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Art Glass

Ceramic, Sign: Pierrefonds, Made in France, 351
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Pierrefonds, made in France, 351 In 1903, Count Charles Henri Olivier Hallez d'Arros founded a ceramics factory in Pierrefonds in the Oise . He was joined, in 1912, by the c...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic, Sign: Pierrefonds , 351
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Pierrefonds, 995 In 1903, Count Charles Henri Olivier Hallez d'Arros founded a ceramics factory in Pierrefonds in the Oise . He was joined, in 1912, by the ceramist Emile Bo...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic Center Table or Trivet by JG Givet Art Nouveau Circa 1920
Located in Auribeau sur Siagne, FR
This bribe is typical of the work of JC Givet. This floral decoration with its green and Red colors, can be found in the tiles of the Paris metro, whose ceramic decorations...
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French Art Nouveau Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Art Deco French Center Piece, Silver Plated Attributed to Sue & Mare
By Marie Louis Sue
Located in Crespières, FR
Attributed to Sue et Mare this art deco centre piece is composed of a silver plated oval recipient, and its original cut cristal liner. The decor is a beautiful example of the Frenc...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Crystal, Metal, Silver Plate

Gordon Russell Lygon Works An Arts & Crafts Cotswold School patinated brass bowl
Located in London, GB
Gordon Russell Lygon Works Design No. 174. A rare Arts and Crafts Cotswold School patinated brass bowl with chased decoration to the rim and three tightly scrolled forged feet that a...
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English Arts and Crafts Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Brass

Daum French Art Deco Fruit Bowl, Center Piece, Grapes, 1920s
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco glass vase by Daum (Croismare), France, 1920s. Fruit bowl, centerpiece. Glass and wrought-iron. Grapes. Measures: Width : 18.1"(46cm), height : 4.3"(11cm), depth : 9....
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Wrought Iron

Art Deco Mottled Carnelian Glass Bowl w/ Wrought Iron Base Signed by Schneider
Located in New York, NY
This sophisticated Art Deco bowl was realized and signed by Charles Schneider in France circa 1920. It features a mottled carnelian glass top with a wrought iron base adorned with ru...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Wrought Iron

Andre Delatte French Art Deco Fruit Bowl, Center Bowl, Late 1920s
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco fruit bowl, center bowl by Andre Delatte (Jarville, near Nancy), France, late 1920s. Mottled glass. Measures: Width : 19.9"(50.5cm), height : 9.4" (23.8cm), depth : 1...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Wrought Iron

Vintage Large Hand-Painted Earthenware Vide-Poche / Decorative Plate, Italy
Located in Bresso, Lombardy
Made in Italy, 1920s. This catchall / vide-poche / decorative plate is made in hand-painted and glazed earthenware with black and goldenrod floral motifs. It has a shiny finish. Thi...
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Italian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Earthenware

Art Deco Mirror Tray in Walnut and White Metal, 1920s
Located in Knivsta, SE
Art Deco Walnut and White Metal Mirror Tray, Europe from the 1920s or possibly the 1930s. A refined Art Deco mirror tray. Features typical Art Deco, slight circular geometrical patterning in metalwork at edges of round handles. Melds materials beautifully in a simple yet elegant Art Deco manner, in a timeless yet modern approach to form. Slight discoloration in upper corner of mirror glass...
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European Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Aluminum

French Neoclassical Style Pewter and Indigo Blue Glass Centerpiece, Jardiniere
Located in Barntrup, DE
French Neoclassical style pewter and indigo blue glass centerpiece, jardiniere. Splendid pewter and indigo blue glass centerpiece, finely decorated with acanthus and foliate motifs. ...
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French Neoclassical Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Pewter

Very elegant argentor centerpiece art deco vienna around 1920s
Located in Wien, AT
Very elegant argentor centerpiece art deco vienna around 1920s Brass polished and stove enameled Original glass
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Brass

Pair of Candelabras, French, 1920
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
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 ...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Glass

Ceramic Art Deco
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
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...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic Sign: Made in Belgium, Boch F. La louviere Fabrication Belge
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Sign: Made in Belgium, Boch F. La louviere Fabrication Belge The Boch manufacture was established in Belgian La Louvière by Jean-François Boch, one of main owners of another...
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Belgian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

Ceramic France
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic Sign: France 712 St. Clément The faience factory of Saint-Clement, 12 kms from Lunéville, was established in 1758 by Jacques Chambrette, who already owned another one in L...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Ceramic

Ceramic Sign: Boch F. La louviere Fabrication Belge, Made in Belgium 898
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Sign: Boch F. La louviere Fabrication Belge, Made in Belgium 898 The Boch manufacture was established in Belgian La Louvière by Jean-François Boch, one of main owners of another know...
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Belgian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

Ceramic, Amphora Czechoslovakia
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Amphora Czechoslovakia 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. Pushin...
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Czech Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Pair of Ceramics, Sign: Czechoslovakia, Hand Painted
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic 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 ...
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Czech Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Ceramic

Ceramic Sign: Revernay 86 19b
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic Sign: Revernay 86 19b "Around 1896, the company Sarreguemines Utzschneider et Cie created an art workshop responsible for producing Art Deco artistic ceramic. This workshop...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Ceramic, Boch Belgium, French Bronze
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Boch Belgium, Sign: 869, French ironwork The Boch manufacture was established in Belgian La Louvière by Jean-François Boch, one of main owners of another known company, Vil...
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Belgian Mid-Century Modern Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

Ceramic, Pierrefonds, Made in France
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Pierrefonds, made in France, 436 In 1903, Count Charles Henri Olivier Hallez d'Arros founded a ceramics factory in Pierrefonds in the Oise . He was joined, in 1912, by the ...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ceramic

Silver Plated Iron and Ceramic, France
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Material: silver plated iron and ceramic Louis Auguste Dage We have specialized in the sale of Art Deco and Art Nouveau and Vintage styles since 1...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Ceramic

Ceramic Sign: Boch Belgium, French Bronze
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Ceramic: Sign: Boch Belgium, French ironwork The Boch manufacture was established in Belgian La Louvière by Jean-François Boch, one of main owners of another known company, Villeroy...
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Belgian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

Cool Dish in Marble and Bronze, Art Deco, 1920s
Located in Knivsta, SE
A cool dish in marble and bronze. Beautiful decorated with gilded bears. Art Deco from the 1920s. Worn gilding on the bears. Wear consistent with age and use.
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European Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Marble, Bronze

Antique Victorian Ruffled Art Glass Centerpiece
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Antique Victorian Ruffled Art Glass Centerpiece Country: American Materials: Glass Style: American Antique Year: 1920s $895 Dimensions 20”H x 11.50”W x 11.50”D.
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American Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Glass

French Hand Painted Faience Jardiniere or Cachepot
Located in Houston, TX
French hand painted faience jardiniere or cachepot. This beautiful hand decorated French faience planter, jardiniere or cachepot is the pe...
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French Napoleon III Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Faience, Pottery

Art Deco Ceramic Centerpiece, Mougin Freres, Nancy, France, 1920s
Located in Firenze, IT
Art Deco ceramic centerpiece / bowl. Mougin Freres France, 1920 Measures : 7.5 cm Height x 26 cm diameter. Conditions: Excellent consistent with...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Ceramic

Art Deco Nickel- Plated with Cut Glass Centerpiece Vienna Around, 1920s
Located in Wien, AT
Art Deco nickel- plated with cut glass centerpiece vienna around 1920s Original condition Original glass.
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Austrian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Nickel

Big Murano, 1920, Italian
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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...
Category

Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

Murano, 1920, Italian
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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...
Category

Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

Murano, 1920, Italian
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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 'V...
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Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

"Music under the Sea, " Spectacular Art Deco Punchbowl/Centerpiece w/ Mermaids
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A spectacular example of Scandinavian Art Deco design, this punchbowl with geometric handles and figures of mermaids applied in gold over a jade-green ground is a very early example ...
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Swedish Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Porcelain

Mortar in order to grind in Murano, 1920, Italian
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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 'Vi...
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Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Murano Glass

Swedish Art Déco Centerpiece / Bowl 925 Sterling Silver, Gothenburg 1920s
Located in Salzburg, AT
Swedish Art Déco centerpiece / bowl 925 Sterling Silver, Gothenburg 1920s The puristic and light-footed bowl from the 1920s Sweden captivates with its delicacy and floating charac...
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Swedish Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Sterling Silver

Pair of Muranos , 1920, Italian. Label Murano 'Venezia' Made in Italy
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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 'V...
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Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

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Murano Glass

Murano, 1920, Italian
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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 'V...
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Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

Murano , 1920, Italian.
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Murano 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 'V...
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Italian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Murano Glass

3-Piece Steuben Hand Blown Steel Blue Centerpiece & Optic Rib Candlesticks, Pair
Located in Great Barrington, MA
This impressive centerpiece set was made by Steuben and features the most unusual color I call "Steel Blue". The beautifully matched 3 pieces exemplify true hand blown "optic ribbing...
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American Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Art Glass, Blown Glass

Art Deco Longwy Primavera Charger
Located in Oakland, CA
Longwy ceramic Art Deco charger, over 16 inches in diameter. Artist signature Olesseruez designed and executed by Primavera atelier. The Primavera design studio pieces manufactured by Longwy are some of the most collectible and highly sought after period ceramic pieces from this golden era of Longwy earthenware production. Primavera was the design studio of the Paris department store “Les Grands Magasins du Printemps”. They tend to be more cutting edge, modernist and artistic designs. This is a rare model, not a typical Primavera production and is also signed directly by the artist and the stamp from Atelier Primavera not seen often. The design renders the monotone artistic still life of fruit in a bowl with...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Enamel

Wonderful French Empire Dore Bronze Cut Crystal Figural Neoclassical Centrepiece
Located in Roslyn, NY
A wonderful French Empire doré bronze and cut crystal figural neoclassical centrepiece Measures: 7.5" W x 8" H.
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French Empire Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Crystal, Bronze

Round Wall Relief or Center Table in the Manner of Francois Briot
Located in Delray Beach, FL
Beautiful round wall relief plate or center table tray, depicting allegoric scenes of the months of the year, decorated in figures, flowers and carto...
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European Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Metal

Antique White Ironstone Bowl from Boch Frères La Louvière, Belgium, circa 1920
Located in Pearland, TX
A lovely large antique white ironstone bowl by Boch Frères La Louvière, Belgium, circa 1920. Maker's mark on reverse. This stylish bowl wi...
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Belgian Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ironstone

Centerpiece by Maison Desny
Located in Ciudad Autónoma Buenos Aires, C
Centerpiece made of silver-plated bronze, design by Maison Desny Paris (1927-1933). It was produced in different sizes. One of these specimens is exhibited in the "Maharaja Palace" o...
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French Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Bronze

Art Deco White Ironstone Bowl from Boch Frères La Louvière, Belgium, circa 1920
Located in Pearland, TX
A lovely antique Art Deco white ironstone bowl by Boch Frères La Louvière, Belgium, circa 1920. Maker's mark on reverse. This sleek and stylish bo...
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Belgian Art Deco Vintage 1920s Centerpieces

Materials

Ironstone

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