A 1930s French Art Deco pressed glass bowl by Edmond Etling
Of shallow circular form, relief moulded in the Feathers pattern with an opalescent tint, unmarked.
It is not easy to establish the year in which Edmond Laurent Etling was born. His age when he opened his shop at 29 Rue de Paradis in Paris France, is also a mystery too. However, he played an important role with the development of the Art Deco style and he had the vision and the ability to promote and to cater for a long list of noted designers of decorative arts during the 1920s – 1930s
Etling, was at the forefront from the onset of the Art Deco period. He was instrumental with its development and as such he would have been aware of not only his competitors but also those that he could rely upon for introducing new artisans. He had his own Artistic Director a Mr Dreyfuss who himself knew just about every known/noted high-quality designer of the period. Etling, also had his own metal-working foundry, from where he could have certain glass designs combined with metal.
Diameter: 30 cm
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