JACqUes-éMIle rUhlMAnn (1879-1933)

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JACqUes-éMIle rUhlMAnn (1879-1933)

Silvered bronze table lamp, circa 1920-1922, with three fluted arms supporting a central alabaster bowl forming a bulb cover (cracks and traces of burns) and decorated with a stylized pine cone on top of a hexagonal base in doucine. Shade in curtain of pearls with spherical bodies and olives (a dozen pearls redone identically and some pearls missing).
H. 60 cm - Diam. 37 cm
Provenance :
Private collection
Bibliography :
Florence Camard, "Ruhlmann", Éditions du Regard, Paris, 1983, reproduced pp. 148-149, 297, referenced under n°3341 and reproduced p. 297.
Collective, "Ruhlmann : un génie de l'art déco", Somogy, Paris, 2001, similar model exhibited at the 1925 Salon des Artistes Décorateurs, reproduced p. 16.
Florence Camard, "Ruhlmann", Monelle Hayot Éditions, Paris, 2009, similar model reproduced on p. 150.
Referenced under n°3039 AR and n°3341 NR in the Ruhlmann Archives, Musée des Années 30, Boulogne-Billancourt.
Christie's, Claude and Simone Dray - Art Déco Collection, 8 June 2006, lots 85 & 162.
Christie's, The Steven A. Greenberg Collection Masterpieces of French Art Deco, 12 December 2012, lot 18.
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