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Art Deco

Art Deco or deco, is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s and into the World War II era.The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film. WIKIPEDIA

ART DECO ENAMEL, JADE AND LAPIS LAZULI VANITY CASE, LACLOCHE FRÈRES, PARIS, CIRCA 1925. The hinged rectangular box applied with black enamel, the borders of the lid outlined in jade and lapis lazuli rectangles and squares separated by bands of rose-cut diamonds, the lid further decorated with a rose-cut diamond symbol, opening to reveal two covered compartments and a fitted mirror, mounted in 18 karat gold, 2½ by 1¾ inches, signed Lacloche Frères, Paris.

What a door. High Art Deco Period with a stylized Owl, Sun, and Sun Rays

A PAIR OF DIAMOND, EMERALD AND ONYX EAR PENDANTS Each suspending a carved emerald with a circular-cut diamond cap, joined by a natural pearl, from a calibré-cut emerald and onyx line, to the circular-cut diamond surmount, mounted in platinum. Art Deco or Art Deco style.

Edwardian Marquise Diamond and Ruby Ring circa 1915

Vintage 1928 Art Deco Style.

Elégante aux colliers, Jean Gabriel Domergue, 1922.

Rosalinde by George Barbier 1922

Swedish Art Deco Armchair, circa 1930

Swedish art deco vase by Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand Sweden 1930 Hand decorated ceramic vase in "Flambé" technique, designed by Gunnar Nylund for Rorstrand, Sweden. The vase has 3 scenes with deer in a landscape. Details are highlighted with gold. Height: 10, Diameter 11". Born in Denmark, Nylund (1904 - 1997) worked as an architect in the 1920's. He was hired at Rortstrand in Sweden in the 1930's and was a leading designer for the firm until the late 1950's.