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Edgar Brandt Four-Panel Wrought Iron Gate
- This exquisite gate embodies the essence of Art Deco design
- Attributed to Edgar Brandt, the four-panel gate exhibits a unique iron filigree design
- Edgar Brandt was one of the world’s most preeminent craftsmen during the Art Deco Era
- Objects created by Brandt, such as this gate, are highly coveted by collectors
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Edgar Brandt was one of the world’s most preeminent craftsmen during the Art Deco Era. Educated at the esteemed Ecole Nationale Professionale de Vierzon, his creative portfolio encompassed a diverse range of designs, including lamps, gates, architectural ironwork, andirons, radiator grilles and various pieces for both Paris exhibition buildings and his personal showroom. In the 1920s, Brandt received numerous significant commissions, including iron banisters for the Escalier Mollien stairs in the Louvre and the grand entrance gates, known as the Porte d'Honneur, crafted for the 1925 World's Fair in Paris. As a pivotal figure in the narrative of ironwork artistry, objects created by Brandt, such as this screen, are highly coveted by collectors.
63 3/8“ high x 23 1/2" wide x 5/8" deep each