Art Nouveau and Art Deco

Popular at the turn of the century through the First World War, Art Nouveau draws inspiration from the natural world, utilizing organic, sinuous lines and flowing shapes. In contrast, Art Deco emphasizes linear, angular shapes, streamlined forms, and geometric patterns, and came to epitomize the Jazz Age of the 1920s and 1930s.

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Archibald Knox
Liberty & Co Art Nouveau Brooch
circa 1900
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Archibald Knox
Liberty & Co Art Nouveau Pendant
circa 1900
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F. Zerrenner
Art Nouveau Floral Brooch/Pendant
circa 1900
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Archibald Knox
An Important Liberty & Co Ring
circa 1900
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Maurice Pierre Andre Daurat
Masque en cuivre repoussé et patiné brun-or
1958
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Pierre le Faguays
Dancer With Thrysus
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French Art Deco Desk
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Jean Dunand
Two-Handled Lacquered Tray Table
1925
100,000 (0 US$)
Marcel-André Bouraine
Pair of Chryselephantine Bookends
1920-1929
10,000-20,000 (0-0 US$)
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