Edgar Brandt Art Deco Iron Mirror French Modern
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Stamped E. Brandt on the verso, wrought iron mirror of octagonal form with elaborate hand worked flower foliate and spiral embellishments, original silver tone tasseled hanger and beveled mirror.
SIZE: 25.75 inches x 32 inches.
CONDITION: Some pitting and chips to the mirrors edges, otherwise excellent condition.
Edgar Brandt (1880-1960), a consummate artist-blacksmith, combined traditional forging methods with emerging technologies of the machine age such as torch welding and power hammers. While aligning art with industrial methods, Brandt produced objects dart and embellished buildings and monuments in the style that today is labeled Art Deco. Building on the pioneering work of the artist-blacksmith Emile Robert, Brandt became a leading force during a period of great achievement in French decorative arts. He created an entirely new aesthetic for wrought smithing and left behind an impressive number of art historical works.
- Island Park, New York
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- Circa 1930
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- The original glass of mirror, ground on border, has some chips on rims and some spotting, frame in excellent condition.