Ruhlmann AshtrayRuhlmann was the most important furniture designer of Art Deco and one of his famous pieces are the smoker’s tables and cigar boxes. These pieces are also great for decoration in general and can be used for multiple purposes. Details: Different types of hand carved marble ashtrays. The materials, colors and shapes are also … Leer más
Ruhlmann Ashtray IRuhlmann was the most important furniture designer of Art Deco and one of his famous pieces are the smoker’s tables and cigar boxes. These pieces are also great for decoration in general and can be used for multiple purposes. Details: Different types of hand carved marble ashtrays. The materials, colors and shapes are … Leer más
Claridges BoxInfluence came from Marion Dorn ́s design of the black and cream geometric patterned rug lounge of The Claridges hotel, London, in the 1930 ́s. One can appreciate in this box the geometry of Art Deco. Details: Box built in springwood with ebony veneer, with inlays in bronze and springwood. 19″ * 15″ * … Leer más
Martini Floor LampThis chic and sophisticated lamp can be used for reading or just to lighten up a space. It’s called the martini floor lamp because of its shape and for being a favorite drink of the 1930 ́s in New York. The fabrics used for the shades are a Pierre Frey linen that overlaps … Leer más
Palais De Tokyo Side TableThis table was titled after the famous building Palais de Tokyo in Paris, dedicated to modern and contemporary art. This cultural palace was built in the 1930 ́s. We were inspired by the proportions of Empire style and wanted to use ebony wood which is very representative in Art Deco furniture. … Leer más
This lamp is what we call eclectic historical, combining Egyptian, Roman, English and Neo Classical elements. The Influence of the ancient cultures and primitive arts has a special significance for Art Deco and makes accessories like these very authentic. Inspiration came from the typical English table lamp.
Wooden side table in oak veneer and pink tecoma.
The Jazz table is named after the rhythm this music genre portrays, which is filled with polyrhythms and improvisation, and an effect of the piano keys which is one of the main features of Art Deco atmosphere. Jazz is a combination of European and African cultures based on unexpected rhythms. This can also be revealed in visual elements.
Manhattan Side TableMahogany wood with brass inlays and marble cover built with different combinations of marble and brass trimmings. This table reveals a strong geometrical presence with combinations of materials that are characteristic of Art Deco. We named this table the Manhattan side table because Art Deco was a major force in the cultural and … Leer más
Collector ́s CabinetCabinet made in mahogany and oak. The legs and handles are done in bronze, with its dark wood finish, creating the most elegant combination. It ́s named the Collector ́s Cabinet because it is a piece every amateur or lifelong collector should have, for its ageless existence which will display a precious collection, … Leer más