The Art Deco style emerged in the late 1920s and early 30s in Paris. The movement later influenced jewelry, interior design, art, and architecture. Art Deco architecture can be characterized by clean lines and sharp, sleek edges. Rivich Auction’s upcoming Vintage Summer Camp sale will feature an Art Deco iron architectural panel. The white panel measures 30.5 inches long and 12 inches tall.
A leading item among 113 available lots is a rattan peacock chair. The piece utilizes the wicker weaving technique, which was first discovered buried with pharaohs in ancient Egypt. The sale also highlights a Thonet washstand. A German-Austrian cabinet maker, Michael Thonet made a breakthrough in the furniture world with his bentwood pieces. Creating bentwood furniture involves steaming wooden rods that can bend into the desired shape. To view additional items in the auction catalog and register to bid, visit Bidsquare.
# of Lots:113
Price Range:$20- $1,500
Interesting lots include:
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|Epic Wall Size Periodic Table Moveable Elements|| Estimate: |
|Ornate Rattan Wicker Peacock Chair|| Estimate: |
|IMO Franco Albini Mid Century Rattan Chaise Lounge Chair|| Estimate: |
|Exceptional Willow Branch Settee old hickory type|| Estimate: |
|Large High Back Willow Branch Chair old hickory type|| Estimate: |