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exposition FROM ART NOUVEAU TO ART DECO, 1st part
exposition FROM ART NOUVEAU TO ART DECO, 2nd part
objet Art Nouveau comb signed Auguste Bonaz (3) Made c. 1910-20 in Oyonnax, five medallions of painted leaves and pastestones rest in the middle of a curved frame. The medallions are held in place by vertical lines. This Art Nouveau motif is designed by Auguste Bonaz with Art Deco lines.
objet Celluloid Art Nouveau comb, dragon motif (2) Made in Oyonnax, France, from an ink design, this comb with two dragons is interesting. Celluloid combs were at that time more affordable than hand-painted horn combs.
objet Auguste Bonaz dragon comb (2) Rare Auguste Bonaz comb from his Art Nouveau period, depicting a dragon. There are gold accents on this dragon’s wings and head, and his eyes are made of yellow paste stones.
objet Painted horn Art Nouveau comb (2) Painted horn comb in the traditional French Art Nouveau style, in vogue in the 1900s.
objet Ball comb, signed Auguste Bonaz (2) Celluloid was able to be shaped as far as the imagination could go, thanks to the comb-making machines at Oyonnax. In this comb, Bonaz suspends seven balls on an architectural frame.
objet Mantilla comb, Auguste Bonaz (2) Bonaz’s mantilla comb, designer from Oyonnax, France. The ivory celluloid shows an intricate decoration which entrances the eye.
objet Celluloid comb, peacock motif, signed Auguste Bonaz Two delicately carved and painted peacocks hold a green medallion in a comb shaped for their tails. Signed Auguste Bonaz, designer in Oyonnax, France, during the first half of 20e c.