Art Deco Chrome Lemon Squeezer Jacques Adnet
Single Lemon Squeezer From our Accessories collection, we are pleased to offer this Jacques Adnet Art Deco Chrome Lemon (fruit) Squeezer. The Lemon Squeezer plated in Chrome with square lines, corkscrew action and circular base with a central domed lemon... Read More
Art Deco Circa 1930
Single Lemon Squeezer
From our Accessories collection, we are pleased to offer this Jacques Adnet Art Deco Chrome Lemon (fruit) Squeezer. The Lemon Squeezer plated in Chrome with square lines, corkscrew action and circular base with a central domed lemon squeezer and glass juice tray. The Lemon Squeezer dates to the Art Deco period circa 1930.
Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) was a leading French Art Deco modernist designer, architect and interior designer. He believed in the functional aspect of furniture combined with geometrical simplicity. Jacques Adnet was inspired by pre-classical styles and was well acquainted with traditional furniture.
Art Deco was a style of visual arts, architecture, and product design that first appeared in France in the 1910s. It flourished in the United States and Europe during the 1920s to early 1930s. It was hugely prevalent through styling and design of the exterior and interior of anything from large structures to small objects and even influenced fashion and jewellery. Art Deco has influenced bridges, buildings, ships, ocean liners, trains, cars, trucks, buses, furniture, and everyday objects like radios and vacuum cleaners. It has become extremely popular today and is highly desirable to collectors and trendsetters in the fashion industry.
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