What is Art Deco?
Its name was coined from the 1925 Paris France Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs Industriels et Modernes. Art Deco takes its inspiration from aspects of Cubism, constructivism (mainly a Russian movement ) and Futurism (mainly an Italian movement). Its geometric, often overlapping shapes and simplification celebrate and mimic the growing mechanization of industry and its new techniques, reflected in overlapping and repetitive images and with later developments of smooth, sleek forms paying homage to the newly discovered science of aerodynamics in the 1930s.
Our screens are made with carefull attention to period details that you would expect on the original version. We have spent many years perfecting our ironworking techniques to provide you with museum quality art deco fire screens.
Art Deco collection
Gingko Leaf Fireplace Screen Door
Hand Forged Ginko leaf Design A new addition to our range that includes Craftsman and Art Deco collections, the hand forged Gingko leaf design was used extensively during this period, especially at the beginning, coming as it does from earlier craftsman-style designs; so you can quite appropriately use this firescreen in an Art Deco or Craftsman...