At a recent probate valuation in Boxgrove Avenue, Surrey GU1 probate valuers report to include a good marble art deco figure of a Polar Bear
Valuation Of Art Deco Polar Bear
Avery Associates are regularly carry out probate valuation in Surrey, but it was during a probate valuation of chattels in Boxgrove Avenue, Guidford GU1 1XD that the impressive art deco marble bear was discovered. We have also carried out probate valuation in Godalming, Godstone, Gomshall, Great Bookham, Hale, Hambledon, and Hascombe but it was during the house contents valuation for probate in Guildford that the art deco polar bear was discovered.
The Art Deco Period
Art Deco is a form of Modernism that flourished in the United States and Europe in the 1920s and 1930s. The origins of Art Deco began two decades earlier in Paris. “La Societe des artistes decorateurs” or the Decorative Artists Society was founded following the Universal Exposition of 1900. Early members, including architect Hector Guimard, believed in the importance of France’s decorative arts and marketing their achievements for business purposes. These artists also displayed their creations at the International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Art in Paris in 1925.
The Decorative Artists Society inspired the name “Art Deco,” but the term did not become popular until the publication of “Art Deco of the 20’s and 30’s” by Bevis Hillier in 1968.
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