Yesterday we showed an American Arts & Crafts brass humidor which enjoyed design inspired by the Gothic. Shown above, another metal vessel of the same time period—1910-ish—but this time made in France. It was made by the Parisian couple, Alice and Eugene Chanal. Both were born in 1872. Starting about 1910, they produced a range of French Art Nouveau (and a little Art Deco) boxes, vases, trays, chargers and other decorative objects of hand-hammered pewter. Eugene died in 1925 and the workshop was closed. His wife, Alice, died in 1951.
LEO Design's Greenwich Village store is now permanently closed. While we contemplate our next shop location, please visit our on-line store which continues to operate (www.LEOdesignNYC.com).
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