Signature: On the base of the foot
Period: Art Deco
Dimensions: Without the tulips: H: 50cm
With the tulips: H: 70cm
Georges DUNAIME is a glass-maker who produced between 1920 and 1930 works in bronze and silver, exhibited at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts of 1925 in Paris.
He is best known for his lighting creations combining pressed glass with metal frames. He also edited vases and bowls in solid glass or crystal, molded by breath and worked with tools, made by Baccarat.
He signs these few personal pieces in glass "G Dunaime".
Between 1922 and 1929, he worked at the Manufacture Nationale de Porcelaine de Sèvres.
This artist shares his popularity with his comrades of this fabulous time in France such as Georges Chevalier, Charles Schneider, Edgar Brandt, Paul Kiss, J.-J. Adnet, Simonet Frères, Sue & Mare, André Groult, Rulhmann, Paul Follot, Gagneau , J. Perzel, Genet & Michon…