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ART DECO STYLE

Art Deco furniture is characterized by its celebration of modern life. More than its emphasis on natural wood grains and focus on traditional craftsmanship, vintage Art Deco dining chairs, tables, desks, cabinets and other furniture — which typically refers to pieces produced during the 1920s and 1930s — is an ode to the glamour of the “Roaring Twenties.” 

ORIGINS OF ART DECO FURNITURE DESIGN

CHARACTERISTICS OF ART DECO FURNITURE DESIGN

  • Bold geometric lines and forms, floral motifs
  • Use of expensive materials such as shagreen or marble as well as exotic woods such as mahogany, ebony and zebra wood
  • Metal accents, shimmering mirrored finishes
  • Embellishments made from exotic animal hides, inlays of mother-of-pearl or ivory

ART DECO FURNITURE DESIGNERS TO KNOW

VINTAGE ART DECO FURNITURE ON 1STDIBS

Few design styles are as universally recognized and appreciated as Art Deco. The term alone conjures visions of the Roaring Twenties, Machine Age metropolises, vast ocean liners, sleek typography and Prohibition-era hedonism. The iconic movement made an indelible mark on all fields of design throughout the 1920s and ’30s, celebrating society’s growing industrialization with refined elegance and stunning craftsmanship.

Widely known designers associated with the Art Deco style include Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, Eileen Gray, Maurice Dufrêne, Paul Follot and Jules Leleu.

The term Art Deco derives from the name of a large decorative arts exhibition held in Paris in 1925. “Art Deco design” is often used broadly, to describe the work of creators in associated or ancillary styles. This is particularly true of American Art Deco, which is also called Streamline Moderne or Machine Age design. (Streamline Moderne, sometimes known as Art Moderne, was a phenomenon largely of the 1930s, post–Art Nouveau.)

Art Deco textile designers employed dazzling floral motifs and vivid colors, and while Art Deco furniture makers respected the dark woods and modern metals with which they worked, they frequently incorporated decorative embellishments such as exotic animal hides as well as veneers in their seating, case pieces, living room sets and bedroom furniture.

From mother-of-pearl inlaid vitrines to chrome aviator chairs, bold and inventive works in the Art Deco style include chaise longues (also known as chaise lounges) and curved armchairs. Today, the style is still favored by interior designers looking to infuse a home with an air of luxury and sophistication.

The vintage Art Deco furniture for sale on 1stDibs includes dressers, coffee tables, decorative objects and more.

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Style: Art Deco
S. T. DuPont Gatsby Paris Cigarette Lighter with Original Box and Papers
Located in High Wycombe, GB
S. T. DuPont Gatsby Paris Cigarette Lighter with Original Box and Papers Booklet stamped at purchase 2016 Stamped 1LY8N84 DuPont PARIS, Made in France on base.
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2010s French Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Stunning Art Deco Cigar Humidor by Baromdor.. Birdseye Maple and Walnut
By Brand Barometer American Association
Located in Buffalo, NY
Stunning Art Deco Cigar Humidor by Baromdor.. Birdseye Maple and Walnut.. Classic 1930s design. Superior quality and construction,, Great desk accessory, sleek .simple design
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Birdseye Maple, Walnut

Art Deco Ashtray Stand, Chrome and Bakelite by Demeyere, Belgium, 1930s
Located in Saarburg, RP
Art Deco ashtray stand This beautiful and rare Art Deco Ashtray Stand from the 20s/30s is in the streamline modern art deco style. The designer of this extraordinary object has succ...
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1930s Belgian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal, Iron, Chrome

S.T. Dupont Briquet De Poche LD Plaque Gas Cigarette Lighter With Original Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
S.T. Dupont Briquet De Poche LD Plaque Gas Cigarette Lighter With Original Box and Papers Stamped 100NL95 No 2294 Made in Paris, France Purchase receipt shoes 4/2/1995 Goldsmith...
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20th Century French Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Gold Plate, Steel

Park Sherman 1930 Art Deco Chromed Steel Roller Box With Red And Black Bakelite
Located in Miami, FL
Decorative roller desk box designed by Park Sherman. Very decorative desk box, created during the art deco period in America by the Park Sherman Company, back in the 1930. This roll...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Antique Dunhill Wooden Table Top Cigarette Dispenser
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique table top cigarette dispenser was made by the renowned Dunhill firm of England and dates to approximately 1920 and done in the period Art Deco style. The dispenser is co...
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Early 20th Century English Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Glass, Walnut

Park Sherman 1930 Art Deco Chromed Steel Roller Lid Box With Red Bakelite
Located in Miami, FL
Decorative desk box designed by Park Sherman. Very decorative desk box, created during the art deco period in America by the Park Sherman Company, back in the 1930. This roller-lid ...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Steel, Chrome

Ronson USA 1929 Art Deco RonDeLight Table Lighter In Black Lacquer And Steel
Located in Miami, FL
A ball table lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful RonDeLight Junior desk lighter, created in New Jersey United States by The Ronson Co. during the a...
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1920s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Steel

Antique Solid Brass Polished Silent Butler Crumb Catcher
Located in San Diego, CA
Solid brass versatile antique butler with brush and dust pan nice condition multiple uses, circa 1940's.
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20th Century American Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass

Vintage Alfred Dunhill 24K Gold Plated Lighter Florentine Pattern Switzerland
Located in North Hollywood, CA
Rare Vintage Iconic Alfred Dunhill Gold Plated Lighter made in Switzerland.This beautiful Dunhill Rollagas 24k Gold Plated Florentine Pattern Li...
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Late 20th Century Swiss Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Gold Plate

Art Déco American Metal Wire and Wood Bellboy/Bellhop/Stick Figure Match Holder
Located in North Miami, FL
Art Déco american metal wire and wood bellboy/bellhop/stick figure match holder By: unknown Material: metal, wood Technique: carved, cast, hand-carved, hand-crafted, metalwork, poli...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal

DUNHILL 1940 Service Petrol Pocket Lighter In Solid 925 Sterling Silver With Box
Located in Miami, FL
A service lighter designed by Alfred Dunhill A beautiful military American service lighter, created by the subsidiaries of Alfred Dunhill in the United States during the WW-2, betwe...
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1940s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Table lighter Lancel - "La boule de Lancel" 1920s
Located in SOTTEVILLE-LÈS-ROUEN, FR
Table lighter Lancel "Le boule de Lancel" - Patent Pending.SGDG 75-22 - in brass One of the early automatic lighters (1920s-1930s) Golden brass mechanism
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1920s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass

Ronson England 1929 Deco RonDeLight Steel Table Lighter Black & Cream Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
A ball table lighter designed by Ronson. Very beautiful RonDeLight Junior desk lighter, created in England by The Ronson Co. during the art deco period, b...
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1920s English Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

EVANS 1940 Spitfire Pocket Lighter With Windshield Chromed Steel & Black Lacquer
Located in Miami, FL
Spitfire pocket lighter designed by Evans. Rare automatic spitfire pocket lighter, created in America by the Evans Company, back in the 1940. This very handsome piece has been crafted with deco-modernist patterns in chromed steel with accents decorations in black lacquer. This model is fitted with the hinged windguard adding extra rarity. It it never used or fired and is offered with the original box. Stunning modernist design, very decorative and surely a great conversation piece. Model: The Spitfire with windguard pocket lighter. Year: 1940. Materials: Chromed steel and black lacquer. Weight: 50 Grams. Measurements: 62 mm by 37 mm by 13 mm (2.44 x 1.46 x 0.52 Inches). Rarity: Rare with windshield and never fired condition. Marks: Lighter is stamped with the maker's mark and signed as follow; "EVANS FUEL U.S. PAT. REG, 19023". Evans The Evans Company first started out as a handbag and accessory manufacturing company, originating from Attleboro, Massachusetts as a novelty company in 1918. However, by the late 1920’s, the company took on a different path and began to manufacture lighters with a “lift arm system”. This system is very similar to the one used by the Alfred Dunhill Company – minus the fact that the flint wheel was located vertically, rather than horizontally. Many lighters were manufactured by the Evans Company with this “lift arm system” with a variety of attractive styles, including enameled cases. In addition, the Evans Company produced complementary cigarette cases and perfume sprays...
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1940s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Art Deco Smoke Set in Black Enamel and Gold Leaf Signed by Jonson & Marcius 80's
Located in Ft Lauderdale, FL
Art Deco Smoke Set in Black Enamel and Gold Leaf Signed by Jonson & Marcius 80's This set is comprised of two pieces; a lidded cigarette box with a heavily-sculpted, lacquer enamel, ...
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1980s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Brass, Enamel, Gold Leaf

Ronson 1936 Pik a Cig Magic Monkey Striker Touch Lighter & Cigarette Dispenser
Located in Miami, FL
Art deco magic monkey mechanical dispenser box designed by Ronson. An extremely rare and very decorative mechanical desk box, created in the city of Newark, New Jersey United States by The Ronson Metal Works Co. during the art deco period, back in the 1936. This is the mechanical Pik-a-Cig Monkey box...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Bronze, Steel, Enamel

Art Deco Ashtray Stand, brass and Bakelite by Demeyere, Belgium, 1930s
Located in Saarburg, RP
Art Deco ashtray stand by Demeyere This beautiful and rare Art Deco Ashtray Stand from the 30s/40s is in the streamline modern art deco style. The designer of this extraordinary obj...
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1930s Belgian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal, Iron, Chrome

Art Deco Ashtray Stand, brass and Bakelite by Demeyere, Belgium, 1930s
Located in Saarburg, RP
Art Deco ashtray stand This beautiful and rare Art Deco Ashtray Stand from the 30s/40s is in the streamline modern art deco style. The designer of this extraordinary object has succ...
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1930s Belgian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal, Iron, Brass

Art Deco Ashtray Stand, Chrome and Bakelite by Demeyere, Belgium, 1930s
Located in Saarburg, RP
Art Deco ashtray stand This beautiful and rare Art Deco Ashtray Stand from the 30s/40s is in the streamline modern art deco style. The designer of this extraordinary object has succ...
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1930s Belgian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal, Chrome, Iron

14-Karat Gold Tiffany Cigarette Case, circa 1920
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Indulge in unparalleled luxury with this Solid 14-karat gold Tiffany cigarette case, a testament to timeless elegance and exquisite craftsmanship. Adorned with a distinctive bark gold...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Gold

Art Deco Black Lacquer & Marcasite Cigarette Case & Matching Matchstick Case
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Art Deco Ladies Black Lacquer & Marcasite Cigarette & Matchstick Case 1930's. Both Within a Shagreen Presentation Case. Item Was By Esteemed British Luxury Brand Finnigans of Dean...
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Enamel, Brass

Art Deco Lighted Ashtray Stand with Chrome Airplane
Located in Van Nuys, CA
The Art Deco chrome lighted ashtray stand lamp epitomizes 1920s luxury and functionality. This dual-purpose piece boasts a geometric chrome desig...
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1930s Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Chrome

14K Gold Hand Tooled with Bone Cigarette Holder
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Incredible Hand Tooled 14k Gold Cigarette holder with bone. The piece is exquisitely made, and while it could be used for cigarettes, we might recommend use with 420, or as a decora...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Bone

Solid Polished Bronze Massive Spittoon/Pipe Ashtray by Albert Pick & Co.
By Albert Pick & Company
Located in San Diego, CA
Beautiful and rare solid bronze spittoon / Pipe ashtray , manufactured by Albert Pick & Company Chicago circa 1940's nice solid and heavy beautiful decor piece with removable top pro...
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20th Century American Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Bronze

Davidoff Laque De Chine Pocket Cigarette Lighter Made in France Stamped 1E9DY06
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Davidoff Laque De Chine Pocket Cigarette Lighter Made in France Stamped 1E9DY06 With Black Leather Branded Davidoff Slip Case 2.5" x 1.4" x 0.48"
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20th Century French Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Lacquer

Rene Umberto Scarponi 1932 Patented Boat Cigarette & Cigar Holder & Ashtray
Located in Hanover, MA
A combined ash receiver, cigar and cigarette holder made of cast patinated copper in the form of a cabin cruiser boat issued US design patent 87,647 in 1932 to R. U. Scarponi of 1929...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Copper

Art Deco Ashtray Stand, Chrome and Bakelite by Demeyere, Belgium, 1930s
Located in Saarburg, RP
Art Deco ashtray stand This beautiful and rare Art Deco Ashtray Stand from the 30s/40s is in the streamline modern art deco style. The designer of this extraordinary object has succ...
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1930s Belgian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal, Chrome, Iron

Cartier 1926 Tom Pouce Ladies Lighter 18kt Gold Bronze Champlevé Emerald & Lapis
Located in Miami, FL
Mughal ladies Tom Pouce lighter designed by Cartier. Fabulous and extremely rare ladies cylindrical gasoline lighter. Created in Paris during the art deco period by the house of Cartier, back in the middle of the 1920's. This miniature Tom Pouce lighter, takes its name from the classic short fairy tales by the Grimm's brothers, Tom Thumb (Tom Pouce being the French translation). It was crafted with Champlevé colored enamels over rustic bronze and accented with details in yellow gold of 18 karats. Embellished with natural lapis lazuli and an emerald. The main outside body is decorated with organics elements and figures of red and blue birds. Gorgeous look and surely a great conversation piece which is accompanied by the round Cartier red box. Champlevé, in the decorative arts, is an enameling technique or an object made by the champlevé process, which consists of cutting away troughs or cells in a metal plate and filling the depressions with pulverized vitreous enamel. The raised metal lines between the cutout areas form the design outline. Emerald: Accented on top in a bezel setting, with 1 square faceted cut of a natural green emerald of about 0.15 carats. Lapis: Mount with 1 flat round cabochon cut, carved from lapis lazuli of about 1.25 carats. Birthstone: Emerald for the month of May. Weight: 21.95 Grams, (14.07 Dwt). Measurements: Have a diameter of 16 mm and a height of 33 mm (0.63 x 1.30 Inches). Hallmarks Stamped with the maker's mark, the serial numbers, the French taxation mark for luxury items BL inside a rectangular cartouche and signed, "CARTIER 5554", stamped with matching cases numbers, 13 & 13. Ministere Des Finances Lighter Tax 1911-1945 Note: On 10th December 1910 the French state adopted a new tax regulations on all devices indented to produce spark or fire by friction, or by any other means, and of the combustion of a flammable substance. Since 1st January 1911 every lighter in France that was intended for sale in the French market had to be taxed and adequately marked. To confirm that the excise duty was paid to the Ministry of Finance a special duty metal plate (stamp) was attached (usually welded) to the lighter by the lighter manufacturers. The fees charged by the French state were high but the tax rates levied by the state were varying depending on the type and finish of the lighter. Following tax rates were used: 2 French francs for common pocket lighters, 5 Fr for pocket lighters made of silver, 20 Fr for luxury pocket lighters (e.g. made of gold), 5 Fr for common table/desk lighters (over 10 cm), 10 Fr for table/desk lighters (over 10 cm) made of silver, 50 Fr for luxury table/desk lighters (over 10 cm) made of gold or platinum. Between 1911 and 1916 a simple copper plate was used which had the date 1911 engraved. Later, between 1916 and 1945 a new plate (undated) was introduced with the letters "C" and "I" (stands for indirect taxes) and a profile of Mercury (patron god of financial gain, commerce and messengers) with an inscription "Ministère Des Finances" (eng. Ministry of Finance). Two shapes were used for the plate – oval for table lighters, the other one for pocket lighters. Additional to the two duty plates a marking "BL" (Briquet de Luxe, eng. luxury lighter) was introduced in 1926. It was a small hallmark which was considered as more discreet and applied only on luxury lighters like Quercia or Lancel. It is worth to mention that France was not the sole country where lighters were taxed and marked with special plates...
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1920s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Multi-gemstone, Gold, Bronze, Enamel

Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Art Deco Ronson Desk Lighter
Located in Dallas, TX
PRESENTING A LOVELY Wedgwood Jasperware Pale Blue Art Deco Ronson Desk Lighter. Made by Wedgwood in England circa 1920-29, in collaboration with the world famous Ronson company and fully and properly marked/stamped on base. Simply and clearly marked: “Wedgwood, Made in England”. The lighter insert is marked on the base: “Ronson, Trademark, Made in England, Rondelight, Brit. Pat. 621570”, and also marked “Ronson” on the lighter striker lever on top. Shows genuine signs of age and when combined with the Wedgwood mark, not having the trademark symbol of post 1950’s pieces and also, the Patent Number of the “Ronson Rondelight...
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Early 20th Century English Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Chrome

Art Deco Dunhill of London Engine Turned "Square Boy" Model Petrol Lighter 1937
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Art Deco Dunhill of London Diamond Engine Turned "Square boy" Model Petrol Lighter 1937 Silver plated Dunhill London lighter Made in Switzerland UK Patent Number 477768 USA Patent...
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1930s Swiss Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Silver Plate

Vintage Georg Jensen Smoker’s Set 639 by Harald Nielsen
Located in Hellerup, DK
Sterling silver Georg Jensen Art Deco smokers set, including a cigarette box and matchstick stand, design #639 by Harald Nielsen from the early 1930s. The lid on the cigarette box is...
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20th Century Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Sterling Silver

French 1930 Art Deco Parisian Moorish Kiosk Cigarette Dispenser Mechanical Box
Located in Miami, FL
Mechanical cigarette dispenser box. An exceptional and very beautiful desk piece, created in France during the art deco period, back in the 19...
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1930s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass, Bronze

Vanity Dunhill Lighter, 1930, England
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vanity Dunhill lighter 1930 England Circa 1930 Origin England It works with benzine (gasoline) Works. In very good condition It has a compartment f...
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1930s English Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Metal

A Classic Cartier Briquet Cigarette Lighter With Original Cartier Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
A Classic And Elegant Cartier Briquet Standard Steel Satin Finish Cigarette Lighter With Original Cartier Box Made in Switzerland Serial number N10009 Purchased 25/9/00 Original re...
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21st Century and Contemporary English Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel

Naldun 1930 Art Deco Pocket Lighter Sterling Silver & Essex Glass Horse Intaglio
Located in Miami, FL
An art deco petrol lighter designed by Naldun. Very beautiful and useful petrol lighter, created in America by the Naldun Company, back in the 1930. It was crafted as a slider piece...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

French 1930 Art Deco Cigarette Dispenser Mechanical Box Of A Parisian Moor Kiosk
Located in Miami, FL
Mechanical cigarette dispenser box. An attractive and very beautiful desk piece, created in France during the art deco period, back in ...
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1930s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass

Dunhill of London Longtail Logo Rollgas Cigarette Lighter With Dunhill Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Dunhill of London Longtail Logo Rollgas Cigarette Lighter With Guarantee Card and Original Dunhill Presentation Box Box Inspired by the dunhill archive, a palladium-plated brass li...
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21st Century and Contemporary Swiss Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass

1935 Ronson Hound Dog Table Striker Lighter by Ronson
Located in Van Nuys, CA
In 1935, a desk-mounted striker lighter was crafted. It featured a basset hound canine adorned with a layer of chromium plate, positioned on a sleek black enameled metal base. The ta...
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1930s Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Chrome

Dunhill of London Sterling Silver & Onyx Cufflinks in Original Dunhill Box
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Dunhill of London Sterling Silver & Onyx Cufflinks in Original Dunhill Presentation Box & Card Engraved logo on the swivel fastening. 99% Silver, 1% Rhodium plated Made in Germany
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21st Century and Contemporary German Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Onyx, Silver

French large Art Deco brass and leather table lighter by Polaire of Paris c 1920
Located in Central England, GB
This superb large art deco table lighter is in remarkable original condition. It is a very eye catching 1920s object which is made very solidly ...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Leather

French Art Deco Bike Themed Smoking Set, 1930s
Located in Saint-Amans-des-Cots, FR
French Art Deco bike themed smoking set, France, 1930's. Oak and pewter. Smoking set dating from the 1930s on the theme of the bicycle. There is a bicycle, of course, which is only d...
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1930s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Pewter

Art Déco Glazed and Hand-Painted Porcelain Monkey Tobbaco Jar by E.M. Sandoz
Located in North Miami, FL
Art Déco glazed and hand-painted porcelain monkey tobbaco jar created by Edouard-Marcel Sandoz and manufactured by Theodore Haviland By: Edouard-Marcel Sandoz, Theodore Haviland Mat...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Porcelain, Paint, Ceramic

Chrome Art Deco Two-Tier Ashtray Stand with Electric Lighter
Located in Van Nuys, CA
Original chrome Art Deco two-tier ashtray stand featuring a decorative chrome body and swirl glass accent along the base with 3 ashtrays and an electric lighter. The stand has a shel...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Chrome

Rare Dunhill Salaam Namiki Cigarette Lighter With Arc de Triomphe Motif
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Rare Dunhill Salaam Namiki Cigarette Lighter With Arc de Triomphe Motif A Collaboration between Jaeger LeCoultre and Dunhill in the 1940's described as the most understated and unkn...
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Early 20th Century Swiss Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Brass

England 1929 Art Deco Chinoiserie Desk Lighter In Sterling Silver Jade And Lapis
Located in Miami, FL
Art deco box desk lighter made in England. A beautiful table-desk lighter, created in London England back in the 1929. This sculptural piece has been crafted during the high art dec...
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1920s English Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Jade, Lapis Lazuli, Silver, Sterling Silver

Evans 1952 By Ross Blackinton Table Desk Automatic Lighter In Solid 925 Sterling
Located in Miami, FL
Table-Desk automatic lighter designed by Evans. Very rare table-desk petrol lighter, created by the silversmith Ross Blackinton & Company for the Evans Lighter...
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1950s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Rare Art Deco Dancing Lady Cigarette Table Striker By Josef Lorenzl
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Art Deco Dancing Lady Table Strikers By Josef Lorenzl (Austrian, 1892-1950) For Beney Of London 1930's
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Wood

Alfred Dunhill Gemline Model Limited Editioned Solid Silver Hallmarked Lighter
Located in High Wycombe, GB
Rare hallmarked sterling silver "Gemline" Alfred Dunhill limited edition 296/400 The range was only produced for a limited period in the early 1980s. Comes with with Leather Boxed D...
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Late 20th Century Swiss Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Sterling Silver

Mexico Taxco 1940 Unique Lift Arm Petrol Lighter In Solid .925 Sterling And Gold
Located in Miami, FL
Lift arm petrol lighter made in Mexico Beautiful vintage lift arm petrol lighter, created in the city of Taxco in Mexico during the late Art Deco period,...
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1940s Mexican Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Gold, Silver, Sterling Silver

Ronson 1938 Art Deco Table Touch Tip Octette Lighter Machine Age Geometric
Located in Miami, FL
An Octette desk lighter designed by Ronson. This Ronson Touch-Tip Octette table lighter was made between 1935 and 1951 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jers...
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1930s North American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Enamel

Art Deco Chrome Ashtray Stand with a Carved Parrot & Stacked Marble Base
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This antique chrome ashtray stand is unsigned, but presumed to have originated from the United States and date to approximately 1920 and done in the period Art Deco style. The ashtray stand features a hand-carved and hand-painted stylized parrot and has a unique polished and stacked marble base...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Marble, Metal

Ronson 1938 Type 2 Art Deco Mechanical Cigarette Dispenser Box Touch Tip Lighter
Located in Miami, FL
Art Deco mechanical dispenser box with lighter made by Ronson. An exceptional and very decorative mechanical desk box, created in the city of Newark, New Jersey United States by The Ronson Metal Works Co. during the Art Deco period, back in the 1938. This is a very rare box designed by Frederick Kaupmann with geometric machine age patterns. It was crafted with parts made up in solid steel and chromed steel. Embellished with semicircular linear knob to lid on gunmetal base with black lacquer enamel, creating a great contrast to the brilliant steel and the interiors are finished with round brushed Fiorentine patterns. This is the variation which is mounted in four squared sabbots, the touch tip is cylindrical, the knob is semicircular and the lighter part is decorated with lines instead plain. This piece is extremely well made with a solid construction and with very nice attention to all details. This surely is a very decorative collectors piece and a great conversation item. Weight: 2,267 Grams, (5 Pounds). Measurements: 205 mm by 120 mm by 104 mm (8.07 x 4.75 x 4.10 Inches). Marks: Stamped with the maker's mark and signed, "FASHIONED BY Ronson NEWARK NJ Ronson TOUCH-TIP-US PATS 1.986.754-DESIGN PAT .97.247-BRITISH PAT APPL'D FOR-CANADA PAT 349.148 ART METAL WORKS INC-NEWARK NJ USA" The Ronson lighter company started as The Art Metal Works in 1897 and was incorporated on July 20, 1898, by Max Hecht, Louis Vincent Aronson and Leopold Herzig, in Newark, New Jersey. Louis V. Aronson was a huge creative driving force for the company; and, with a few business adjustments, including the addition of Alexander Harris (1910–11) as Business Manager, the company soon became World Famous. In the 1910s The Art Metal Works were producing very good quality Hood Ornaments and gained a reputation as a dependable supplier of same. All accounts state that Louis Aronson was a gifted man, who at 16 years old set up a money-making shop in his parent's home - before receiving a U.S. patent for a commercially valuable metal-plating process he developed when he was 24 years old, and he sold half the rights while retaining the Right to Use. "His experiments, which he has been conducting since his early youth, resulted in 1893 in the discovery of a process for electrically producing tinplate. Much money was expended upon improving the process. and has been of great practical value to the whole industry. Retaining its rights, he sold half the patent rights, and later used part of the proceeds to open the Art Metal Works in Newark, N.J. Soon the company was producing a variety of high-quality Lamps, Book ends, Art Statues and other decorative items, prized today for their detail in the collector marketplace. Literature: Urban K. Cummings, Ronson, the World's Greatest Lighter : Wick Lighters 1913-1966 Bird Dog Books, California. 1992. For this exact model Illustrated. Note: This model was produced in two colors, black or brown with geometric variants at the touch tip lighter...
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1930s North American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Mexico Taxco 1940 Giant Unique Lift Arm Petrol Lighter Solid 925 Sterling Silver
Located in Miami, FL
Giant lift arm petrol lighter made in Mexico Beautiful vintage giant lift-arm petrol lighter, created in the city of Taxco in Mexico during the late Art Deco period, circa 1940. Thi...
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1940s Mexican Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Ronson 1938 Art Deco Machine Age Black Geometric Deluxe Classic Touch Tip Lighte
Located in Miami, FL
A Deluxe desk lighter designed by Ronson. This extremely rare Ronson Deluxe Classic Touch-Tip lighter was made in 1938 by the Ronson Art Metal Works Inc. located in Newark, New Jersey in the United States. This lighter began a very successful era for Ronson Touch Tip...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

Materials

Steel, Chrome

Pipe stand, tobacco, smoking, design, Hagenauer 1920/30 Art Deco, Vienna Austria
Located in Wien, AT
A very rare object of the famous Austrian workshop Hagenauer, based in Vienna since the opening in 1898. Objects made by the designers Hagenauer are sought after worldwide and this ...
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1920s Austrian Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Brass

French Signed Lalique Crystal Tokyo Table Lighter with Frosted Floral Medallions
Located in Ijzendijke, NL
When it comes to defining elegance and affluence as a lifestyle, Lalique crystal comes to mind for most people. From its earliest days to present times, the Lalique Company has consi...
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1930s French Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Crystal, Brass

1930s Rockwell Kent Bacchus Copper Cigarette Box Chase Art Deco Relief Sculpture
Located in Hyattsville, MD
"An incredibly rare piece of American Art Deco history. A "Bacchus" cigarette box designed by Rockwell Kent (American, 1882-1971) for the Chase Company. On...
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1930s American Vintage Art Deco Tobacco Accessories

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Copper

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