Art Deco Illuminated Glass Wall Panels – Set of 2
Etched illuminated glass wall panels were a type of decorative art that emerged during the Art Deco period, which was a popular style of design that flourished in the 1920s and 1930s These wall panels are quite large, and feature a combination of materials, including bronze and glass. The panels are etched, which is a technique of engraving or carving a design into a surface using a sharp tool or acid.
The glass used in the panels back-lit illuminated, which means that it would be designed to allow light to pass through it, creating a beautiful effect when the panels are lit. The gilt and silvered bronze used in the panels creates a decorative frame around the etched glass and provides a sense of depth and dimensionality to the overall design along with a sense of luxury and opulence.
These glass wall panels are a stunning and valuable addition to any art collection, and they will be appreciated for their historical significance, as well as their aesthetic appeal.