London, South Kensington
20 September 2000
A PAIR OF BLACKENED IRON FIREDOGS
ATTRIBUTED TO EUGÈNE PRINTZ, 1920s
of stylised geometric form
8 1/2in. (21.5cm.) high (2)
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C.f. Guy Dijon and Jean-Jacques Dutko, Eugene Printz, Paris, 1986, p.143: the same model of firedogs is illustrated as part of the living room furnishings designed by Printz for the Princesse de La Tour d'Avergne.
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