Hotel Grand Amour
Gare de l'Est, Paris

Hotel Grand Amour is a labour of love – the meeting of André Saraiva, Emmanuel Delavenne and Thierry Costes’ brilliant minds. In the busy 10th arrondissement, this Parisian hotel’s interior decor was inspired by fashion and art – there’s a classic French feel to each individually styled room. But with modern accessories, bright colours and contemporary communal spaces, it’s a more vibrant version of its traditional neighbours.

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About the Maker

Jean Luce was a French ceramicist and glassware designer. Born in Paris in 1895, Luce worked in his father's ceramics shop which made table crockery. He quickly gained fame and was a juror and exhibitor at several international expositions in Art and Design.
Jean Luce taught at the Ecole des Arts Appliqués in Paris and was a technical advisor at Sèvres. In the mid-1980s, Les Verreries de la Rochère reproduced Jean Luce's hand-blown drinking glasses

  • imageDelivery and Returns

    Estimated delivery time: 3-5 working days
    Delivery times may vary

    Because this piece is vintage and unique, it’s not eligible for return

    More information on our Delivery & Return policy here

  • imageProduct Specifications

    Excellent vintage condition
    Crafted from antiqued glass in Art Deco style
    Designed in 1930's by Jean Luce

  • imageProduct Dimensions

    Length: 15 cm
    Width: 15 cm

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