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Vintage

Textile Prototype by Santé, 1930

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Textile Prototype by Santé, 1930
Textile Prototype by Santé, 1930
Textile Prototype by Santé, 1930

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; marks, notes, some stains, some drawings on the back, bending
Country of Origin:
France
Materials:
gouache on paper
Damage:
Other; marks, notes, some stains.
Size:
24.25" L x 19" W
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

A gouache design with the 12 signs of the zodiac from a unique selection of prototypes for textiles and wallpaper created between 1892 and 1970. This design comes from a very well-known company, Essef, located in Balagny-sur-Thérain in France, that has since closed its doors. A large part of the same collection has already been distributed to some of the most famous museums in France, including the Bibliothèque Forney and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Signed and dated.
As described by Docantic, Inc.

About Docantic, Inc.

With one of the largest Art Deco databases in existence, Docantic, Inc. is a prized resource for collectors and professionals who want to learn the origins of their pieces as well as acquire more 20th-century treasures.