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Jacques Adnet Art Deco stand with Mazolay decanter & 6 glasses

This is the most fantastic piece! The long oak stand was designed by Jacques Adnet during the Art Deco period. It has a round end and oak back and a fitted chrome rail. The oak has been turned so that there are shallow "compartments" for a decanter and 6 glasses. The bell shaped blue decanter has a long hexagonal shaped top and is accompanied by 6 blue liquor glasses that have a round bowl and an octagonal shaped stem/base. The decanter and glasses are all marked "Mazolay" which I understand is a name used by G Marquet, Veuve et Fils, Verreries SA. a company that has been in existence since 1666.

Approximate dimensions:
Weight: 8lbs 6 1/8ozs - 3804gms
Length of base: 25.98ins - 66cms
Height of base: 4.37ins - 11.1cms
Width of base (at widest point): 7.56ins - 19.2cms
Height of decanter: 8.46ins - 21.5cms
Height of glasses: 2.36ins - 6cms

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