Lighting

Beginning with gas lamps in the early 19th century through the invention of the first incandescent bulbs nearly 70 years later, electric lighting changed the nature of Modern design. The 20th and 21st centuries have seen a proliferation of lighting styles, from the classic Murano chandelier to the cutting-edge form of Poul Henningsen’s pendant.

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Marius-Ernest Sabino
Extremely rare and as far as we know one-of-a-kind Art Deco Sconce by Marius-Ernest SABINO from a 1930s restaurant in Paris
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Marius-Ernest Sabino
Spectacular pair of oxidized bronze and glass table lamps. Probably one of the most beautiful High-end model by Sabino
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Marius-Ernest Sabino
Spectacular natural Brass table lamp with amazing textured glass globe.
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André Dubreuil
Lanternes Perles
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Johann Lötz Witwe
Loetz Hängelampe Phänomen Gre 2/177 / Viennese Hanging Lamp Phenomen Gre 2/177
circa 1900
4,200 EUR (4,568 US$)
Johann Lötz Witwe
Hängelampe Phänomen Gre 2/314 / Viennese Hanging Lamp Phenomen Gre 2/314
circa 1902
4,800 EUR (5,220 US$)
Jules Leleu
A pair beautiful “feather model” wall sconces
Price on Request
Claude Lalanne
Candélabre sans feuille
1999
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Albert Cheuret
Exceptional pair of stylized, cactus-shaped sconces executed in slivered bronze
circa 1925
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Jean Royère
Belle applique « ondulation » / Beautiful wall sconce « undulation »
circa 1948
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Jean Royère
Applique 3 lumière / 3 arm wall lamp
circa 1950
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DIM
Appliques
circa 1925
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