Ezan (Jean Gauthier) | Copper Five-Branch Art Deco Chandlier | France c.1935

A copper-oxidised five-branch art deco hanging lamp, each arm with an attractive strongly opalescent glass lampshade designed as a sunflower or dahlia bloom  by établissement Jean Gauthier (E.J.G), Ezanville (Ezan), with further glass embellishments to the central stem of the lamp. France, c1935.

Ht. 66cm/26ins; w. 76/30.

 Etablissement Jean Gauthier (E.J.G)

Rue J.Robert, Paris & Ezanville

  • Jean Gauthier had his first workshop at 12-14 rue Jean Robert in Paris and later expanded with factories in the town of Ezanville.

  • In the early days just after the first world war Gauthier made cameo shades that were sometimes signed Gauthier.

  • Jean Gauthier focused on the production of art deco glassware in moulded-pressed glass.

  • Glass was signed E.J.G for Etablissements Jean Gauthier and J.Robert  based on the street name of the first workshop.

  • In the 30s Gauthier started a line of opalescent art deco glass in a more modernist style these are often signed EZAN France, based on the city of the second plant.

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