A unique pair of Art Deco heavy cast iron urns or vases signed by Dammarie. Baluster shaped body urn depicting an hour-glass with metaphorical wings, the reverse side the same. The hour glass with wings representing the concept "time flies"; As stated in the Parliament 1627, ... We may dandle and play with the hour-glass that is in our power, but the hour will not stay with us; and an opportunity once lost cannot be regained. Gadrooned garland detail below the waisted neck, urns supported on a conforming socle base signed Dammarie E. This one of a kind pair of vases with its bold form will make an extraordinary addition to your home or office. 


Art Deco was launched in the midst of the avant-garde art periods, originating in 1908 in sophisticated Paris, reaching its peak after WWI in 1925 at the Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industrial Moderne.   Art Deco design brings the luxury and glamour of the roaring 20's to the 21st century; with its bold geometry and use of exotic woods and metals it is exquisite creating a contrast in a traditional setting or complimenting modern and contemporary interiors.


Style: Art Deco

Origin: France

Period: Circa 1920

Dimensions: (15"H x 7.25"dia)

Condition: Excellent antique condition

Wear: Consistent with age 

Pair of Art Deco Iron Baluster Hour-Glass Urns by Dammarie E, Paris, 1930

SKU: D100400

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