Come view a lot of this mirrored furniture in our Hertfordshire antiques showroom.

canonbury – hertfordshire antiques showroom

canonbury – hertfordshire antiques showroom

Hertfordshire itself is a lovely place to visit – St Alban’s is just five minutes down the road, a lovely market town with Roman ruins and a gorgeous Cathedral, as well as good shopping. The surrounding country side is beautiful so it’s well worth making a day trip around it to visit some of the beautiful towns and scenery, or even if it’s just with a nice pub lunch.

The Canonbury Antiques showroom is situated in leafy Hertfordshire just outside Potters Bar – right where the A1 meets the M25. It’s a large warehouse open to the public full of goodies like mirrored art deco to English dining furniture. Most people’s comment on how much like an Aladdin’s Cave it is as it’s packed the rafters with goodies.

We are only 25 minutes north of London so it’s conveniently located and we hence get visitors from all over the UK (and world). Near to major London airports (Heathrow, Luton, Stanstead) and well connected by rail.

canonbury – hertfordshire antiques showroom

canonbury – hertfordshire antiques showroom

The showroom is on two floors and we specialise in art deco furniture, English dining furniture, Continental antiques, French furniture, bronzes, architectural antiques, porcelain, oil paintings and interiors. We are favourites with many London based interior designers. If you would like to visit our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom please get in touch.

We have been in business for over fifty years now (wow, time flies) starting off with various showrooms in London, including in Islington and on the famous Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill Gate, W11. We also had a gallery on Church Street in Marylebone. As the bricks and mortar trade backed off we decided to go 100% online and now sell to a global client base from our website – and this allowed us to move to larger premises in Hertfordshire near where we live which was great for our commuting time and overall quality of live. Of course being outside London allowed us to have more stock and increase our product range so we have a large range of goods in a much bigger space than we ever could have had in our London shops. We hope you enjoy our visit to the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom, it will definitely be an experience you won’t forget.

Hertfordshire Antiques

Hertfordshire Antiques

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Art Deco Mirrored Console Table Hall Tables 1920s Furniture

Art Deco Mirrored Console Table Hall Tables 1920s Furniture

- Gorgeous art deco style mirrored console table
- This is just fab, ready to add style and elegance to any high end interior
- Love the design with the strip affect of symmetrical and interlaced designs
- Somehow manages to totally embody the style and elegance of the 1920s
- Mirrored furniture is great for adding light and space to any interior
- Offered in great shape with no signs of damage, ready for home use right away
- Come view this in our North London antiques showroom, please get in touch for an appointment
- If you have any questions about this or anything else on our website please get in touch

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Big Art Deco Mirrored Side Table Cocktail Tables Furniture

Big Art Deco Mirrored Side Table Cocktail Tables Furniture

- Gorgeous art deco style mirrored side table
- Good size to this, large surface storage area so very practical
- Art deco look and feel with miniaml design ethos great for modern interiors
- Glass is clear and blemish free
- Silver gilt to wood sections
- We have lots of other mirrored furniture – mirrored desks, chests, sideboards, mirrored tables – etc if you are looking for other pieces
- Come view these in our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
- We can ship to anywhere in the world – please get in touch for a shipping quote
- Please let us know if you have any other questions

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS BIG ART DECO MIRRORED SIDE TABLE COCKTAIL TABLES FURNITURE ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

 

If you’d like to view some of this mirrored furniture in the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom please let us know.

Canonbury Antiques Map - London Hertfordshire ebay

Canonbury Antiques Map - London Hertfordshire ebay

We are only 25 minutes north of London and are conveniently located right near where the A1 meets the M25. We are also accessible via train and the nearest station – Potters Bar – is just 15 minutes north of Kings Cross in central London. There is a minicab firm right outside the station or we can pick you up.

Of course Saturday viewings at the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom are popular as some of our customers like to make a day out of it as we are close to lots of places of interest and beauty. St Albans – a lovely Roman / market / Cathedral town is only ten minutes away, as our numerous country pubs and walks. Let us know what you are interested in seeing and we will gladly point you in the right direction.

If you like anything you see on the website please let us know and we can arrange a viewing at our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom. We are open on Saturday’s on the weekend and this is one of our most popular days. I guess as our customers are not working and can take time to fully browse and appreciate the Alladin’s Cave that is our showroom! We are open 10am to 5pm on Saturday’s so please let us know if you’d like to come by.

Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire

Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire

We also have a large range of classic farmhouse furniture – large oak refectory tables and as before we have various chairs to match includingladderback, spindleback, Windsor chairs and Mary Tudor chairs. Again you can try these out for size and comfort in the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom beofore making the final purchase.

Other specialities of ours includes art deco furniture of all types, large bronzes and architectural pieces, French and Asian porcelain, French furniture and English antiques. We can ship these goods to any part of the world so let us know if you’d like a shipping quote and we look forward to seeing you soon in leafy Hertfordshire.

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Art Deco Mirrored Side Table Coffee Tables Furniture

Art Deco Mirrored Side Table Coffee Tables Furniture

 

- Come view in our Hertfordshire antiques showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- Elegant mirrored art deco style coffee or side table
- Classic deco look with oggee curved base and silver gilt finish
- Glass is clear and blemish free
- Offered in great shape, ready for home use right away
- Will ship to anywhere in the world – please email for shipping quotes
- Canonbury Antiques – longstanding London / UK antique dealers, in business for over firty years now
- Please fire away with any questions or shipping quotes – get in touch!

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Antique Art Deco Mirrored Cabinet Chest of Drawers 1920s Furniture

Antique Art Deco Mirrored Cabinet Chest of Drawers 1920s Furniture

- Available to view in the Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- A gorgeous antique art deco chest of drawers or commode
- We date this to circa 1930 and it’s in great shape
- Classic deco look with refined design and minimal aesthetic making it great for contemporary interiors
- Six drawers – three on either side – so large volume of storage
- Love the segmented design to the glass and mirrors
- The great thing with mirrored furniture is how it adds light and space to any interiors
- We have a large range of other mirrored furniture at our Hertfordshire showroom so let us know if you are looking for companion pieces
- Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
- We can ship to anywhere in the world
- please get in touch for a shipping quote
- Please let us know if you have any other questions

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS ANTIQUE ART DECO MIRRORED CABINET CHEST OF DRAWERS 1920S FURNITURE ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

 

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Art Deco Mirrored Console Table Hall Tables Borghese Furniture

Art Deco Mirrored Console Table Hall Tables Borghese Furniture

- Gorgeous art deco style mirrored console table
- Very contemporary design with all the circles and squares, perfect for modern interiors
- Art deco look is clean and minimal with features like the tapered legs
- Glass is clear and blemish free
- Please let us know if you would like to view this piece in our Canonbury Antiques Herts showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
- We ship to every corner of the planet – please get in touch for a shipping quote

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Pair Mirrored Chests of Drawers Art Deco Nightstands Furniture Tall Boy

Pair Mirrored Chests of Drawers Art Deco Nightstands Furniture Tall Boy

- Stunning pair of art deco style mirrored chests of drawers – or nightstands for our American cousins
- Five drawers to each so lots of storage
- Great thing about these is their height which makes them good for modern beds
- Glass is clear and blemish free, ready to add light and space to any interior
- Wood has a silver gilt finish
- Lots of other mirrored furniture pieces available to match, please let us know what you’re looking for
- Please let us know if you would like to view this piece in our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
- We ship to every corner of the planet – please get in touch for a shipping quote

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Art Deco Mirrored Dressing Table Stool Set Bedroom Furniture

Art Deco Mirrored Dressing Table Stool Set Bedroom Furniture

- Gorgeous art deco style mirrored stool and dressing table set
- Clean and minimal design perfectly sums up the 1920s design ethos
- Great for the bedroom and nice size to this
- Glass is clear and blemish free ready to add light to any room
- Please let us know if you would like to view this piece in our Canonbury Antiques Hertfordshire showroom, just 25 minutes north of London
- Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
- We ship to every corner of the planet – please get in touch for a shipping quote

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ART DECO FIXATION

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At Canonbury Antiques we are great fans of the art deco era. Though the style took its name from ‘L’Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes‘, held in Paris in 1925 it initially began to emerge during the 1910’s reaching its height during the roaring 1920’s. The art deco aesthetic influenced all creative areas – architecture, typography, fashion, music, paintings, furniture, design and of course the figural form, mainly in the shape of art deco bronzes and statues, which will be our focus.

Beauty of Paris by Joe Descomps
(Above: Beauty of Paris by Joe Descomps)

In this piece we will examine the main influences that affected the shaping of the figural form of the time and some of it’s most famous proponents, including Chiparus, Fayral, Max Leverrier, Ferdinand Preiss, Lalique, Colinet, Joe Descomps and a whole host of other artists, a rolecall of the deco greats. We have all manner of art deco bronzes available at Canonbury Antiques , mainly of the female form which was obviously the most favoured subject of the artists.

The 1920s seem to be a time of great social change, technical development and historical advances in science and travel that really influenced the overall look and feel of the time. Here’s some of the main factors:

1920s VERSION OF THE IDEALISED WOMAN

Gorgeous Biba - or Clarte - figurine in the form of a lamp. Classic example of the 1920s idealised female form

(Above: Gorgeous Biba – or Clarte – figurine in the form of a lamp. Classic example of the 1920s idealised female form)

Every era has it’s asethetic version of the idealised female form. Whether it be a Rubenesque 1600s version of the more rounded female to the wasted heroin chic waif look popular in the 90s. In the 1920s it seemed like the first stirrings of the fully modern woman were made – female suffrage clearly gave women independence and confidence. Women were granted suffrage (the right to vote) in the United States in 1920 and in Britain in 1918 (although propertied and over 30 was a requirement). Hence, coming in the aftermath of the First World War, the twenties are often looked at through rose tinted glasses as a time of progression and growing freedoms. The 1920s idealised form of the female was all lithe athleticism, perhaps in a skimpy bathing suit. It was almost a hark back to classical antiquity with the degree that youth, beauty and perfect physical proportion were worshipped. It certainly made for some great statues and works of art.

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ERTE

The fashion designer Erte extered a massive influence sartorially

(Above: The fashion designer Erte extered a massive influence sartorially)

Romain de Tirtoff was a Russian born artist who worked out of France in the 1920s and worked under the pseudonym Erte. Erte was a polymath who worked in jewellery, costume, set design and fashion and had a sweeping influence, particularly on female dress that can be seen in various dresses and fashions of women featured in art deco bronzes. He would have dressed the stars in the silent movies of the time and just a cursory search of his imagery on Google will reveal how big an influence it was.

BALLETS RUSSES

Ballet Russe's influence can really be seen in the works of DH Chiparus

(Above: Ballet Russe’s influence can really be seen in the works of DH Chiparus)

The Ballets Russes was a travelling ballet company based in Paris who toured the world throughout the twenties. The companies productions created a big sensation and influenced performance art and costumes. It also introduced European and American audiences to designs, motifs and music from Russian folklore. Art deco artists, particularly DH Chiparus were extremely influenced.

AERODYNANISM

Streamline Moderne in the architectural medium. If this was in marble could almost be a base to a bronze

(Above: Streamline Moderne in the architectural medium. If this was in marble could almost be a base to a bronze)

Sleek aerodynanism was a recurrant look and feel to the art deco figural form. This can be seen as a response to the technical advances in travel – by air, car, train and boat – that were enabling mass commercial travel to really grown in the 1920s. In turn the designs of these modes of travel incorporated a streamline look for quicker travel. These advances can really be seen in the architectural works – for eg the Streamline Moderne movement -  of the day which have  fine lines, elegant areoplane-like curves and a clean symmetry.

CUBISM

Cubism is an early Twentieth century art from that emerged in Paris in the early 1900s. It’s leading proponents were Georges Braque and of course Picasso. The impact of Cubism were far-reaching and definitely influenced the art deco bronze figural form, mainly in the way faces were depicted with slightly exaggerated features and clean angular lines. The look often had an almost tribal art feel, again a response to an opening up of the world to other cultures and arts as anthropologists and ethnographers encroached on formerly remote tribes and parts of the world.

 

EGYTO MANIA

Egyptian Dancer statue by Colinet

(Above: Egyptian Dancer statue by Colinet)

In 1922 Howard Carted and George Herberts (5th Earl of Carnarvon, and owner of Highclere Castle aka Downton Abbey) discovered Turankhamun’s nearly intact tomb. This led throughout the 1920s to a fascination with all things Egyptican – pharos, pyramids, pharaoh hounds, obelisks etc – as images and photos were brought back from Egypt and manifested itself in the art and design. Again particuarly Chiparus who had a penchant for all manner of Egyptian dancers and belly dancers, a flirtation with the exotic.

THE FLAPPER

A right bunch of Flappers! Where's the champagne and jazz records?

(Above: A right bunch of Flappers! Where’s the champagne and jazz records?)

Tieing in with female emancipation touched on above through universal suffrage, was the emergence of the ‘new breed’ of young Western women called ‘flappers’. The flapper wore short skirts, had bobbed hair, danced to jazz, drank, smoked, had casual sex and generally flouted any social norms they could. They sound like a lot of fun and greatly advanced the cause of liberalism. As such it was a great influence on the art deco bronze figural form.

CLOWNS AND ODALISQUES

Lovely Odalisque figurine in the form of a lamp

(Above: Lovely Odalisque figurine in the form of a lamp)

Clowns – predominantly the Harlequin and Pierrot – seem to be a recurring fixation in the figural form. Clowns have always been a mild obsession in French culture and in the 1920s silent films, clown antics would have been a main source of humour and entertainment. As most of the important figural works and artists came out of Paris we can see the direct causation here.

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The odalisque – another 1920s artistic fixation – was a concubine in a Turkish harem. Artistically it emerged as an eroticised genre in which a normally semi nude Eastern woman lies on her side on display for the specator. Maybe it was just another great motif within which to study the female form, preferrably in a partially clothed manner.

DH Chiparus, although now ubiquitous, has to be the most important and iconic sculpturist working out of Paris in the 1920s. Original works of his command figures well into six noughts and are highly sought after and collectable. He really was a man of his times and the whole look and feel of the roaring twenties seem to reach its zenith in his statues and figurines. Here are some of our current favourite Chiparus pieces:

Eternal Friends by Chiparus - flapper flanked by two borzoi hound, the ultimate deco dog
(Above: Eternal Friends by Chiparus – flapper flanked by two borzoi hound, the ultimate deco dog)

 

Chiparus Fan Dancer statue - Harlequin meets Ballets Russes

(Above: Chiparus Fan Dancer statue – Harlequin meets Ballets Russes)

 

Karmona by Chiparus - again Ballets Russe meets Egypt
(Above: Karmona by Chiparus – again Ballets Russe meets Egypt)

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