Signed Knife Rests “Gallia”

Nr. 2425 | 2.600,-- Euro
Signed Knife Rests “Gallia”
Tischkultur vom Feinsten: originale Tierfiguren signiert von "Gallia " zum Auflegen des Bestecks am Tisch.

Signed Knife Rests

Set of 12 signed knife rests with depictions of various animals: dog, hare, fox, pig, duck, swordfish, cat, dove, pelican.

France, circa 1930.

Silver-plated bronze in the original box, individually signed.

The company “Gallia” was founded in Paris in 1904 and unfortunately no longer exists today.

Box: Height: 4 cm | Width: 28.5 cm | Depth: 32.5 cm

Figures: 9 cm x 2 cm x 2 cm

Price: 2.600,– €

(including 19% VAT)

Signed Knife Rests “Gallia”

Signed knife rests by “Gallia” are highly collectible decorative objects known for their exquisite craftsmanship and Art Deco design. The company “Gallia” was established in Paris, France, in 1904 and gained a reputation for producing high-quality silver-plated bronze items.

The knife rests produced by “Gallia” were crafted in the shape of various animal figures, such as dogs, rabbits, foxes, pigs, ducks, swordfish, cats, doves, and pelicans, as mentioned in the description. Each knife rest was individually signed, adding to its authenticity and value.

These knife rests were created during the 1930s, which was the heyday of the Art Deco movement. The Art Deco style was characterized by its geometric shapes, sleek lines, and luxurious materials. The knife rests exemplify the attention to detail and artistic expression that defined the Art Deco era.

Due to the limited production and the popularity of Art Deco collectibles, signed knife rests by “Gallia” have become highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. They are appreciated not only for their functionality but also as exquisite pieces of decorative art. Today, these signed knife rests by “Gallia” are often considered valuable antiques and are treasured for their historical and aesthetic significance.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

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