French Shades

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(3) NOVERDY FRANCE PATE de VERRE lamp shades

((3Signed "NOVERDY FRANCE" (see photos for signature) Original 1920-30s French Art Deco Pair of Lampshades

It seems that many people have decided to invest their hard-earned cash in rare, classic and useable antiques, rather than risk the uncertainty of the stock market. Here is a way to own beautiful and useful items, as well as realize a ha profit in the future. One of those items is this pair of signed NOVERDY FRANCE Lampshades.

"NOVERDY" - was a French Art Deco Glass/Lamp manufacturer active during the same era and producing glass of the same quality as Muller Freres, Daum and Degue. The lampshade or "tulipe" is acid-etched "NOVERDY FRANCE(33) France Pate de
Three Art Nouveau shades designed by Jean Noverdy circa 1925. Each measures 5-1/2 inches tall and 4-1/4 at the widest part of the bell. The openings at the top are 1 inch in diameter. Each is marked "Noverdy France". Active in the same era as Muller Freres, Daum and Degue. One has a very tiny chip on the rim as shown in the last picture above. No other chips or cracks.