Attributed André Delatte, Nancy | Wrought Iron Desk Lamp | France c.1920
A wrought-iron desk lamp, by an unknown maker, designed with trailing ivy and complimented by a green and yellow “pate-de-verre” lampshade attributed to André Delatte. France, c.1920.
André Delatte, Nancy 1921
André Delatte founded a small glassworks “Les Verreries de l’Est SA” at Jarville, near Nancy France in 1921
Delatte specialized in high-quality cameo glass and Art Deco glassware, in plain or marmoreal glass, with enamelled hot surfaces of friezes with stylized decorations.
His glass is signed “A.Delatte, Nancy” and the later glass marked “Javril.”
Delatte also produced variations of popular Daum designs, which resulted in a number of law suits.