Maxonade Verrier D’Art, Paris | Art Deco Plafonnier | France c.1935
A large Art Deco polychrome-enamelled plafonnier designed with fronds and stylised flower-heads. Signed in the glass Maxonade, Paris. France c.1935
Diam.46cm/18in, Ht.(as displayed)53/21
Maxonade Verrier D’art, Paris 1930
- Maxonade Verrier d’Art “Specialiste du Luminaire Moderne” was located at the 54 bis Rue Labrouste, Paris 15eme, atelier and showroom. By 1935 premises were at 20 bis Rue La Boetie, 8eme and also 75 Boulevard du Montparnasse.
- The bowls of many chandeliers, also of the famous Eddé company (Eduard Dannhauser), were produced by Maxonade.
- Maxonade was a modernist Art Deco lighting and furniture company specialising in tube-lined and enamelled glass plafonniers similar to Loys Lucha.