Jean Noverdy, Dijon | 3-Branch Pate-de-verre Chandelier | France c.1920
A Jean Noverdy wrought-iron chandelier designed with oak leaves & acorns. The pate-de-verre central plafonnier and 3 satellite lampshades in deep tones of orange and blue and all signed with acid-stencilled signature “Noverdy”. France, c.1920
Jean Noverdy, Dijon
- Jean Noverdy opened his glassworks in Dijon, 17, Place Bossuet.
- Using the same techniques of Daum Frères, André Delatte and Muller Frères he created acid-etched vases and shades in the style of the school of Nancy.
- Between 1926 and 1928, he is present at the Salon de la Société des Artistes Français in Paris.