Art Deco (1920-1930s) is a style of decorative arts which first emerged in France, characterised by its geometric style.
Successor to Art Nouveau, a key differentiator is the influence of cubism associated with iconic artists like Pablo Picasso.
Deco influenced architectural design, such as the Chrysler Building in New York, furniture, jewellery, fashion, cars and even domestic objects such as vacuum cleaners.
René Jules Lalique is considered one of the key influencers of the art deco movement. After a successful career making jewellery in the art nouveau style, he started to make press-moulded, glass vases in his factory in the Alsace region of France.
Solo Antiques stocks some of his finest pieces within our beautiful Deco collection. From decorative vases to opulent lamps, figurines and spelter figures we know you’ll enjoy these fine examples from this much-loved period of design.