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    This ad from 1951 is for the Boucheron jewellery house. It depicts a sophisticated woman wearing long black gloves, adorned with a golden bracelet and necklace. Her jewellery stands out against the dull colour scheme. Her short, silver hair signifies an independent woman, sloughing off wartime restrictions and ready to dazzle. The gold plate with the company’s name printed on it further emphasises the classy opulence of this scene. Let this artwork transport you to bold and fashionable post-war France.

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    Boucheron

    $1500,00

    This ad from 1951 is for the Boucheron jewellery house. It depicts a sophisticated woman wearing long black gloves, adorned with a golden bracelet and necklace. Her jewellery stands out against the dull colour scheme. Her short, silver hair signifies an independent woman, sloughing off wartime restrictions and ready to dazzle. The gold plate with the company’s name printed on it further emphasises the classy opulence of this scene. Let this artwork transport you to bold and fashionable post-war France.

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    Boucheron

    $1550,00
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    Boucheron Paris

    $1530,00
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    Boucheron Paris

    $1530,00
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    This vintage advertisement from 1953 illustrated by Guy Demachy depicts a high society lady in profile sporting a glittering brooch and earring. The woman’s expression is nonchalant yet confident and erotic, reflecting a new liberated mood for French women in the post-war years. Boucheron was a French jewellery house founded in 1858. It had a proud history, boasting royalty among its many wealthy customers—including the Queen Mother, the Czar Alexander III and the Maharaja of Patiala.

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    Boucheron Paris

    $1270,00

    This vintage advertisement from 1953 illustrated by Guy Demachy depicts a high society lady in profile sporting a glittering brooch and earring. The woman’s expression is nonchalant yet confident and erotic, reflecting a new liberated mood for French women in the post-war years. Boucheron was a French jewellery house founded in 1858. It had a proud history, boasting royalty among its many wealthy customers—including the Queen Mother, the Czar Alexander III and the Maharaja of Patiala.

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    This glorious work was created for Boucheron by the illustrator Dessirier. Its use of dark colours to portray a night scene makes this an attractive poster to display in a lounge. It creates an ambience of wonder and relaxation, showing a woman in a large winter coat approaching a horse-drawn carriage. Boucheron was a French jewellery house founded in 1858. It had a proud history, boasting royalty among its many wealthy customers—including the Queen Mother, the Czar Alexander III and the Maharaja of Patiala.

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    Boucheron Paris

    $1530,00

    This glorious work was created for Boucheron by the illustrator Dessirier. Its use of dark colours to portray a night scene makes this an attractive poster to display in a lounge. It creates an ambience of wonder and relaxation, showing a woman in a large winter coat approaching a horse-drawn carriage. Boucheron was a French jewellery house founded in 1858. It had a proud history, boasting royalty among its many wealthy customers—including the Queen Mother, the Czar Alexander III and the Maharaja of Patiala.

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    This ad dates from 1952. Mirrors reflect images of floating luxury wristwatches. Cyma is an historic Swiss watchmaker founded in 1862. Its name is a Latin word, the root of the French ‘Cime’, meaning Summit. Hence the text: ‘One of the best Swiss watches’. Cyma was one of the premier luxury watch brands. They prided themselves on their elegance and precision. This isn’t just a poster. It’s a time machine that will transport you to a period of post-war opulence.

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    Cyma Swiss Watches

    $680,00

    This ad dates from 1952. Mirrors reflect images of floating luxury wristwatches. Cyma is an historic Swiss watchmaker founded in 1862. Its name is a Latin word, the root of the French ‘Cime’, meaning Summit. Hence the text: ‘One of the best Swiss watches’. Cyma was one of the premier luxury watch brands. They prided themselves on their elegance and precision. This isn’t just a poster. It’s a time machine that will transport you to a period of post-war opulence.

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    This 1947 advertisement for Swiss watchmakers Doxa was illustrated by Charles Lemmel in 1947. Its almost photographically realistic depiction of a beautiful, elegant woman is similar in approach to the American advertising art most famous in the 1950s. Lemmel was personally inspired by the Hollywood stereotypes of the period, which depicted cheerful, girl-next-door types—different from the elegant, nonchalant women often seen in French advertising and fashion art of the same period. Doxa, founded in 1889, was most famous for its diving watches.

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    Doxa

    $760,00

    This 1947 advertisement for Swiss watchmakers Doxa was illustrated by Charles Lemmel in 1947. Its almost photographically realistic depiction of a beautiful, elegant woman is similar in approach to the American advertising art most famous in the 1950s. Lemmel was personally inspired by the Hollywood stereotypes of the period, which depicted cheerful, girl-next-door types—different from the elegant, nonchalant women often seen in French advertising and fashion art of the same period. Doxa, founded in 1889, was most famous for its diving watches.

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    Doxa

    $890,00
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    Doxa Louis XIV

    $1290,00
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    This colour ad from 1948 was created for the high-end Swiss watch manufacturer Girard-Perregaux. The company was founded in 1791 and in 1880 undertook the first ever major commercial production of a wristwatch, ordered by Kaiser Wilhelm I himself for his naval officers. The brassy colours of the watch glisten in the light against the deep blue background. This advertisement represents the prestigious history of the company as well as being an attractive piece of artwork in its own right.

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    Girard-Perregaux

    $1530,00

    This colour ad from 1948 was created for the high-end Swiss watch manufacturer Girard-Perregaux. The company was founded in 1791 and in 1880 undertook the first ever major commercial production of a wristwatch, ordered by Kaiser Wilhelm I himself for his naval officers. The brassy colours of the watch glisten in the light against the deep blue background. This advertisement represents the prestigious history of the company as well as being an attractive piece of artwork in its own right.

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    Jaeger Le Coultre

    $1530,00
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    Jaeger Le Coultre

    $1530,00
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    This bold advertisement published in September 1954 advertises the deluxe horology of Swiss watchmakers Jaeger Le Coultre. Its jagged, abstract shapes recall the Vorticist art movement of the early twentieth century. Like the Vorticists these watchmakers were keen to emphasise modernity and technological energy. Its use of black and white is bracing, like the credit sequence to a ’50s movie. Impress clients and colleagues with a piece of commercial art that speaks to the luxurious and modernising time of its origin.

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    Jaeger Le Coultre Primauté

    $1530,00

    This bold advertisement published in September 1954 advertises the deluxe horology of Swiss watchmakers Jaeger Le Coultre. Its jagged, abstract shapes recall the Vorticist art movement of the early twentieth century. Like the Vorticists these watchmakers were keen to emphasise modernity and technological energy. Its use of black and white is bracing, like the credit sequence to a ’50s movie. Impress clients and colleagues with a piece of commercial art that speaks to the luxurious and modernising time of its origin.

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    This 1951 illustration advertises the luxury watches of Swiss-based company Jaeger-Le-Coultre. A watch hovers in the air in an environment of high-class sophistication. The background is depicted in soft focus, bringing out the deluxe article all the more clearly. This interior contains a grand piano and Grecian statues in alcoves; drapes give way to a balcony. Their unpretentious slogan ‘you need a watch’ had been used by the firm for many years, stressing the functionality and beauty of their products.

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    Jaeger-Le-Coultre

    $1530,00

    This 1951 illustration advertises the luxury watches of Swiss-based company Jaeger-Le-Coultre. A watch hovers in the air in an environment of high-class sophistication. The background is depicted in soft focus, bringing out the deluxe article all the more clearly. This interior contains a grand piano and Grecian statues in alcoves; drapes give way to a balcony. Their unpretentious slogan ‘you need a watch’ had been used by the firm for many years, stressing the functionality and beauty of their products.

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    This gorgeous ad from 1947 advertises the wares of Swiss luxury watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre. The centrepiece of the work is an orrery, a mechanism used to demonstrate the movements of bodies in the solar system. The object represents both time and the intricate mechanics of Jaeger-LeCoultre watches. The company has used similar imagery for over forty years; planets were symbols in its ads as early as 1937. Add some astral dazzle to your wall with this fabulous picture by artist A.Golven.

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    Jaeger-Le-Coultre

    $1530,00

    This gorgeous ad from 1947 advertises the wares of Swiss luxury watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre. The centrepiece of the work is an orrery, a mechanism used to demonstrate the movements of bodies in the solar system. The object represents both time and the intricate mechanics of Jaeger-LeCoultre watches. The company has used similar imagery for over forty years; planets were symbols in its ads as early as 1937. Add some astral dazzle to your wall with this fabulous picture by artist A.Golven.

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    The illustrator Jean Pagès brought a speed and deftness of line to all of his work and this 1948 ad for luxury watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre is no exception. Pages had been a fashion illustrator for the short-lived but influential magazine La Gazette du Bon Ton. The Gazette featured the most cutting-edge fashion art of the time and prided itself on its exclusive, elite audience. Pagès employs the style he developed there to other purposes in this watch advertisement, but the same focus on upper-class lifestyles and luxury shines through.

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    Jaeger-Le-Coultre

    $1530,00

    The illustrator Jean Pagès brought a speed and deftness of line to all of his work and this 1948 ad for luxury watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre is no exception. Pages had been a fashion illustrator for the short-lived but influential magazine La Gazette du Bon Ton. The Gazette featured the most cutting-edge fashion art of the time and prided itself on its exclusive, elite audience. Pagès employs the style he developed there to other purposes in this watch advertisement, but the same focus on upper-class lifestyles and luxury shines through.

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    This advertisement from 1937 was created for Jaeger-LeCoultre, a truly prestigious Swiss watch-making company founded in 1833. The company is known for its groundbreaking inventions, including the world’s smallest calibre and one of the world’s most complicated wristwatches. This black-and-white advertisement is understated and its strong use of black, with the watches emerging from the darkness, points to the depths of history from which the craftsmanship of Jaeger-LeCoultre comes. Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, like this ad, are ‘elegant and precise’, as the French text at the top of the image remarks.

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    Jaeger-Le-Coultre

    $1530,00

    This advertisement from 1937 was created for Jaeger-LeCoultre, a truly prestigious Swiss watch-making company founded in 1833. The company is known for its groundbreaking inventions, including the world’s smallest calibre and one of the world’s most complicated wristwatches. This black-and-white advertisement is understated and its strong use of black, with the watches emerging from the darkness, points to the depths of history from which the craftsmanship of Jaeger-LeCoultre comes. Jaeger-LeCoultre watches, like this ad, are ‘elegant and precise’, as the French text at the top of the image remarks.

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