The News From Willy Huybrechts Art Deco Gallery
Willy Huybrechts Gallery's in Moscow World Fine Art Fair
A ceiling lamp with contoured cut-out shapes in red and black lacquered wood and “rhodoïdes”. Three half ostrich eggs form the bulb shade and diffuser.
A navy blue lacquered steel standard lamp, known as “Mille Pates”.
A pair of a nine light sconces, gilt iron.
An egg-shapped vase in nickel-silver copperware with an Africanist pattern in brown and silver oxidation on a coppered background, signed Jean Dunand.
A cherrywood sideboard and black marble-topped sideboard. Three doors sheathed in Hemès red leather, the central door opening to reveal five drawers, flanked by shelf-lined compartments, black marble block feet.
Invited to PAD London, the pictures of Alice Dellal in Vogue Brazil
A sheet copper craft spherical vase with a brown patina ground inlaid with silver; incised JEAN DUNAND and bears the monogram JD.
A gilt bronze photograph frame on a long inverted heading base underlined by a scroll. Photograph of« Jacques Emile Ruhlmann ».
Set of four gilt bronze single arm wall lights. The arm receives a gadrooned deflector in gilt glass.
A low pedestal, variant of model “Ducharne”, in veneered and solid rosewood. The circular top encircled with a rounded trim, is veneered with radiating rosewood. The top rests on a hexagonal shaft, out of which jut three curved legs that get thinner down to the gilt bronze ferrules.
A pair of armchairs, known as “Rodier” in solid Makassar ebony. Circa 1925. Bears the hot iron signature stamp.
A silvered bronze photograph frame on a long inverted heading base underlined by a scroll. Photograph of« Marguerite Ruhlmann pruning her rosebushs in Lyons-la-Forêt ».
A pair of candelabra in silvered bronze with three arms, ans stepped circular base. Circa 1922
A table in burr birch from Norway, at the front of the entablature is a drawer veneered inside with in Macassar ebony and with an ivory ball finial, the entablature is highlighted with a frieze of inlaid rosewood blocks. It rests on three sabre-shaped, square-section legs veneered with Macassar ebony at the ground level. Bears the hot iron signature stamp and dated 1914. Bears two ancient labels.
Spherical lamp in crackled white-glazed ceramic; “R” is engraved on the base. Ruhlmann’s label, numbered 36550 and 3301.
A wool carpet, woven at center with a white stylized flower and two green circles reserved against an almond green ground.
A tall standard lamp in gilt brass with a circular ballasted base and a tubular shaft supporting a flared bowl. Median part of the shaft covered with a red morocco.
Spherical lamp in crackled white-glazed ceramic; “R” is engraved on the base.
A sycamore armchair with sloping back and flattened arms, upholstered.