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The 1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels is generally considered the event that launched the Art Deco style. The public discovered elegant, simple and pure lines in architecture, furniture and the decorative arts. Modernity was on the march.
This sublime Limoges porcelain coffee service from 1925 illustrates the point. Its original shapes have lost none of their elegance and modernity after a century.
Make your coffees an exceptional moment!
Style: Art deco
We are at the time of the Roaring 20s, Coco Chanel and jazz. A moment of creative and liberating euphoria following the World War One.
After 1925 and the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts, furniture adopts the style Art Deco.
A concern for comfort predominates, the wood is often hidden by a leather or textile covering. Shapes become simpler but decoration is luxurious, mainly inspired by the Cubist.
A coffee maker
A sugar bowl
A milk jug