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  • Design style of the 1920s and ’30s. Most tonneau- (barrel-) shaped and rectangular watches were inspired by the art deco movement.
  • The predominant decorative art style of the 1920s and 1930s, characterized by precise and boldly delineated geometric shapes and strong colors, and used most notably in household objects and in architecture
  • Art Deco is an eclectic artistic and design style which had its origins in Paris in the first decades of the 20th century. The style "originated in the twenties" and continued to be employed until after World War II.
  • deco: a style of design that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s; marked by stylized forms and geometric designs adapted to mass production
art deco decor - Erte Inspired
Erte Inspired Winged Fairy Pin set with Swarovski Crystals Art Deco Vintage Style Brooch Angel Jewelry Detailed in 24k GoldFREE SHIPPING
Erte Inspired Winged Fairy Pin set with Swarovski Crystals Art Deco Vintage Style Brooch Angel Jewelry Detailed in 24k GoldFREE SHIPPING
If you love the Art Deco pieces created by Erte, you'll love this inspired Fairy Pin! This pin has been dipped in 24 karat gold. Next, skilled artisans have meticulously enameled the brooch in shades of sky blue and pearlized white. Then they detailed it in dark red, emerald green and deep purple. The fairy's long silhouette and refined detailing are exquisite. She has the bobbed hair of a Flapper, and a thread gleaming 24 karat gold sparkles down the length of her dress, while brilliant Swarovski Crystals outline her wings. Truly, an exquisite work of art.
Height: 2.25 Inch
Width: 2 Inch
Each of these items has been hand enameled and set with genuine, Swarovski Crystals. The pin's frame is crafted from fine pewter. Our Collection adds the definitive touch to any gift-giving occasion. Also, this collection has been issued in limited editions and each piece will become a valuable keepsake to its owner, for years to come.
Please see other items in this collection in our Amazon Store: PSDZ. Jewelry Boxes, Business Card Holders, Music Boxes, Mezuzahs, Crosses, Picture Frames, Faberge style Egg Boxes, Candle Holders, Clocks, Holiday Boxes, Decorations, Perfume Bottles, and more!
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Perfect blue + white bedroom: Art Deco + Paul McCobb tables
Perfect blue + white bedroom: Art Deco + Paul McCobb tables
Steven Gambrel, you can decorate my bedroom any time! He designed the trim Glover bed and 1940s-style club chair; custom linens from Schweitzer Linen. Bedside tables are Paul McCobb mahogany side tables from Elan; the Stiffel lamps are from Laurin Copen. The 1930s French Art Deco side table by the window is from Karl Kemp; on it are vintage scientific cage lights. The photo over the bed is by Marine Hugonnier. Manderly Square carpet from Beauvais. Here's what Gambrel says about the master bedroom (which is in a Long Island home): "The owners wanted it to be a little more luxurious, so it has wall-to-wall carpeting. We have clean, contemporary furniture and some tailored custom pieces, such as the bed, which is very fitted. That seascape over the bed has a quiet spirit, and it helps keep things soft and airy. After all, you're upstairs, and it's less about earth, more about sky." Photo by Eric Piasecki, House Beautiful, August 2009.
Vintage modern dining room: Art Deco burl wood table + Gio Ponti console, from Met Home
Vintage modern dining room: Art Deco burl wood table + Gio Ponti console, from Met Home
The deliciously enviable dining room of Raji Radhakrishnan, a self-taught Washington D.C.-based designer. The art deco dining table and chairs (from an estate sale) are amboyna wood, a Southeast Asian burl. She found the Gio Ponti console table on maisonettoi.com; it holds Claes Oldenburg’s “Geometric Mouse." The midcentury painting is by Tom Hayward. The setees are vintage. She found the chandelier, candlestick and vase (on console) on maisonettoi.com. The curtain fabric is by Jim Thompson and the rug is from J. Asher Carpets. Photo by Erik Johnson, Metropolitan Home, Dec. 2008.

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