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NEW YORK — The Art Deco era was short, lasting from about 1925 to when World War II broke out in 1939, but its popularity has never waned. Beloved for its streamlined designs, Art Deco style had a particularly big impact on fashion, jewelry, and specifically, watches.
NEW YORK – A Rene Lalique chandelier, a hand-carved American eagle oak wall sconce, and a gorgeous Art Deco radio should rank among the top lots at Jasper52’s Decorative Arts, Collectibles, and More! auction, which will take place on Wednesday, December 21 at noon Eastern time. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
NEW YORK – A pair of SeidenGang 18K gold, amethyst and pearl ear clips; a 14K gold and diamond brooch festooned with 112 seed pearls; and an 18K gold and enamel brooch with an antique scarab will compete for top lot status at Jasper52’s Antique Art Deco and Art Nouveau Jewelry auction, which will be presented […]
NEW YORK – This month, Rizzoli will release a book lauding the glories of New York City’s Art Deco architecture, from the best-known examples to overlooked gems, and from exteriors to interiors. Titled New York Art Deco: Birds, Beasts and Blooms, the hardcover was written and photographed by Andrew Garn and it is priced at […]