Pair of Sabino French Art Deco Frost Glass 3 Panel Wall Sconce

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Item #: NWL6987

PAIR of French Art Deco three section frost glass wall sconce with a feather design in a nickel plated frame (SABINO) (PRICED AS PAIR).

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Pair of Sabino French Art Deco Frost Glass 3 Panel Wall Sconce

PAIR of French Art Deco three section frost glass wall sconce with a feather design in a nickel plated frame (SABINO) (PRICED AS PAIR)

DETAILS

Sku:  NWL6987
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Sabino

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  17.0"
Height: 24.0"
Depth : 7.0"

INFO

Style:  Art Deco
Materials & Techniques: Glass
Category: Lighting

About Sabino

Sabino art glass refers to the opalescent vessels, figurines and lighting fixtures that Marius-Ernest Sabino produced in the 1920s and ’30s and that epitomized the cosmopolitan glamour of Art Deco. Along with René Lalique and Emile Gallé, Sabino was part of a robust tradition of French creators of art glass that became a signature of Art Nouveau at the turn of the 20th century and who then pivoted to embrace the geometric style of Art Deco.

Sabino was born in Sicily in 1878, moving with his family in the 1880s to France. There his father was a sculptor working primarily in wood. Encouraged by his father to study fine art, Sabino attended both the École national supérieure des Arts Décoratifs and the École national supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris. During his

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