Fabulous pair of Baccarat crystal candelabras , created by Jacques Adnet, 1935, France


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Jacques Adnet, a French architect and designer, began his career at one of the first modern art workshops, La Maîtrise, directed by Maurice Dufrêne. In 1928, Jacques Adnet found himself at the helm of the Compagnie des Arts Français, collaborating with numerous artists such as Picasso, Dunand, and Perriand. Thanks to his works featuring clean, simple patterns and the use of new materials like glass and metal, he is considered one of the main representatives of French modernism and Art Deco. Baccarat originated from an association of artisans in Eastern France, achieving the creation of high-quality glass in 1764 and developing unparalleled crystal purity in 1816. Baccarat gained a reputation for luxury creations, supplying furniture to the Maharajas of India, crafting candelabras for Nicholas II of Russia, and creating numerous pieces for Napoleon III's apartments at the Louvre. Prominent artists such as Salvador Dali, Philippe Starck, and Jacques Adnet have collaborated with Baccarat. This pair of candlesticks is the result of collaboration between Adnet and Baccarat, with the model created in 1935. It features a cylindrical base, a stem ornamented with a Baccarat crystal ball, and four light arms. The lines are clean and simplified, showcasing a great sense of modernity. Jacques Adnet's creations are recognizable through the combination of gilded bronze and Baccarat crystal balls, as seen in his table lamps. This pair is signed under each base with the "Baccarat" stamp and numbered 7957

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Place of origin:
Art Deco
Dimensions (cm):
13H x 22DI
Dimensions (inch):
5,12H x 8,66DI
Creator / Artist:
Jacques Adnet
Bronze, Crystal
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