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Lucien Bazor Art Deco silvered bronze paperknife

This wonderful French silvered bronze Art Deco paperknife is by Lucien Bazor. The front is beautifully detailed with a nude female holding a child aloft. It is signed "Lucien Bazar 1928" on the front foot. There is a wonderful geometric design on the reverse and the central cartouche appears to be engraved "MM". A really tactile and useful object.

Approximate dimensions:
Weight: 10.8ozs - 307gms
Length: 10ins - 25.2cms
Width: 1.65ins - 4.2cms

Lucien Bazor (1889–1974)
Lucien Bazor was the Chief Engraver at the Paris Mint from 1930 to 1958. He initially studied under his father, Albert Bazor and later became the pupil of Patey at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. He won the Grand Prix de Rome in 1923 for his engraving.

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