Art Deco styles are characterized by rich colors, bold geometry and decadent detail work. They first became popular at the French exposition in 1920 as a backlash against more traditional designs that were so popular at the time. The movement began to take off in the United States soon after, influencing the fashion and jewelry industries, furniture designs, and eventually the world of architecture.
Noteworthy is the lack of Victorian ornamentation and the appearance of strong architectural lines.
Our patterns are taken from antique originals, and are stamped in solid brass and bronze.
Images show the following finishes: Unlacquered Brass. Also available in Oil Rubbed Bronze and Polished Nickel.
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