Iconic designer Tony Duquette was renowned for his over-the-top theatrical sets, the grand fetes he staged, and perhaps most of all, his jaw-dropping interiors. His talent and magnetism kept him in the spotlight through most of the 20th century. With his namesake studio still open for business, and longtime partner Hutton Wilkinson at the helm, Duquette’s singular style continues to make its magnificent mark.
Pair of 1920s French Louis XVI-style, two-arm wall
sconces with oval mirrored back frame and laurel wreath. Newly rewired, takes a 60W bulb.With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery ...
Pair of three-light French Louis XVI-style wall sconces.
The vase-shaped backplate has finely detailed leaves and flowers and three mask motifs below upswept candle arms. The backplate is a vase issuing fruit, suspended from a trompe l'oeil ribbon. Newly wired ...
Pair of two-light French gilt bronze Louis XVI
style wall sconces with trumpet shaped arms with bow and ribbon detailed back plate. Circa 1890, newly rewired. Takes 60W bulb.With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate ...