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French Art Deco Round JAZ Clock in Brass

A fine French art deco table clock by the Compagnie Industrielle de Macanique Horelogere which used the trademark “JAZ” from 1919 to 1941. This clock is from a line of deco clocks that the company introduced in 1934. The circular brass clock frame encloses the floating numerals around a gold ground. The clock body swivels horozontically. The clock is 5-1/2” high and 4-1/2” wide. The clock is marked “JAZ” on the front and back an dis also marked on the back “modele depose, Made in France”.

PHI Jazz Art Deco Poster

This vintage French art deco stone lithographic poster from the 1930’s depicts a band leader and radio microphone in front of a jazz orchestra. The design in black, pale red and yellow flows with movement…you can almost hear the music. Signed in the plate by the artist “PHI”, the poster was printed by Affiches Nerfi in Lille, France. The poster measures 31 ½” by 24 ¾”.

JAZ Clock with Blue Columns

This French art deco table clock was made by the Compagnie Industrielle de Macanique Horolongere which used the trademark “JAZ” from 1919 to 1941. This clock is from a line of deco clocks that the company introduced in 1934. The silver colored face is in a rectangular nickel frame with rounded inside corners. The frame is suspended and rotates vertically between two blue enamel columns with nickel caps and set on a rectangular nickel base. It measures 3-1/4” high and 5-1/4” wide. The clock is marked “JAZ” on the front and back. It is also marked on the back “Modele Depose, Made in France”.

French Art Deco JAZ Clock

This French art deco eight day clock was made by Compagnie Industrielle de Mecanique Horologere which used the trademark “JAZ” from 1919 to 1941. This clock was one from a line that the company introduced in 1934. The top and base are green painted brass with the brass dial and hands surrounding a turned silver metal background marked “8 Jours” and “JAZ”. The face is backed with green mirror and flanked by six sided green glass wings. The clock measures 5 ¼” high and 8 ½” wide.

French Art Deco Asymmetrical Double Mirror

This French art deco asymmetrical double mirror is from the 1930’s and is in the spirit of “Le Jazz Hot”>  the frame is in high gloss ebonized wood and bright chrome.  The two sections of the mirror are connected by three semi circular tubes of bright chrome.  The mirror measures 47” wide x 36” high.

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