Decorex International

In celebration of Paris’s esteemed architect-designer of the 20th century, Andre Arbus, and his prolific relationship with Veronese – the leading French luxury Murano glass design house since 1931 – two historical models originally designed by Arbus – The CONCORDE sconce and the JETS d’EAU chandelier – will be presented by Veronese at Decorex International 2014.

A jewel of the 20th century decorative arts era, JETS d’EAU chandelier (H 150 cm x D 140 cm), was originally designed in 1949 by Andre Arbus for the living room of his mansion on rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, Paris. Inspired by the Obelisk, the majestic CONCORDE sconce (H 57 cm x L 18 cm), was designed for the dining hall of a British luxury cruise liner in 1952. This design is particularly unique not only for its shape, but for it’s gold hues created by mixing gold leaf crystal with Murano glass. For the first time, Veronese will present at Decorex International 2014, its new exclusive silver leaf finish for the Concorde.

The Arbus-Veronese collaboration began in the 1930’s and continues till today. As a former leader in the design world and with his name on many industry awards, Arbus could not remain indifferent to the master glassblowers of Murano therefore, opening the door to his close relationship with Veronese. He designed chandeliers, wall lights and table chandeliers in collaboration with Veronese, the most stunning example of this collaboration being undoubtedly the JETS D’EAU chandelier. As in the 1930’s, Veronese continues to maintain the integrity of Arbus’s designs.

The House of Veronese will also showcase :
• TOH, design Raphael NAVOT
BIJOU BIJOU, design Laurence BRABANT
DROP, design Patrick E. NAGGAR
ORBE, design Patrick E. NAGGAR
• BELLES DE NUIT, design Chantal THOMASS


Veronese at Decorex International 2014
From september 21st to 24th 2014
Stand K 51
Syon Park
London Rd – Brentford TW8 8JF

Opening times
Sunday 21st September 10.00 – 18.00
Monday 22nd September 10.00 – 18.00
Tuesday 23rd September 10.00 – 19.00
Wednesday 24th September 10.00 – 17.00