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Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Pluto and the Ability to Evoke Transformation', 1990s. An agate slice, tigers eye, zircon and vermeil necklace, signed Tony Duquette 1995

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Pluto and the Ability to Evoke Transformation', 1990s. An agate slice, tigers eye, zircon and vermeil necklace, signed Tony Duquette 1995

Another inspired piece that uses the beauty of abalone shell to decorate its frame, the Abalone Chandelier was originally unveiled as part of Duquette's one-man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.  The chandelier was then part of the Charles and Palmer Ducommun Bel Air residence, appointing its drawing room along with other designs by Duquette.  Years later, Duquette acquired the piece from the estate and hung it prominently in his own home, Dawnridge, where it remains today…

Another inspired piece that uses the beauty of abalone shell to decorate its frame, the Abalone Chandelier was originally unveiled as part of Duquette's one-man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The chandelier was then part of the Charles and Palmer Ducommun Bel Air residence, appointing its drawing room along with other designs by Duquette. Years later, Duquette acquired the piece from the estate and hung it prominently in his own home, Dawnridge, where it remains today…

Another inspired piece that uses the beauty of abalone shell to decorate its frame, the Abalone Chandelier was originally unveiled as part of Duquette's one-man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Another inspired piece that uses the beauty of abalone shell to decorate its frame, the Abalone Chandelier was originally unveiled as part of Duquette's one-man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Regeneration', 1990s. An amethyst, zircon and vermeil necklace with mabe pearl pendant

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Regeneration', 1990s. An amethyst, zircon and vermeil necklace with mabe pearl pendant

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Regeneration Through Service and Devotion', 1990s. An agate, moonstone, ruby, abalone, clear quartz amethyst and vermeil necklace, with original box, length 21 1/2in I54.5cm). Sold for $9,150

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), 'Symbolizing Regeneration Through Service and Devotion', 1990s. An agate, moonstone, ruby, abalone, clear quartz amethyst and vermeil necklace, with original box, length 21 1/2in I54.5cm). Sold for $9,150

John Oetgen and John Lineweaver's Atlanta home - a bimorphic console is a Duquette original, purchased from his estate;  art by Picasso, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Koons, and Oetgen.

John Oetgen and John Lineweaver's Atlanta home - a bimorphic console is a Duquette original, purchased from his estate; art by Picasso, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Koons, and Oetgen.

Tony Duquette "Abalone" chandelier, created for his one man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1952... now available through Baker Furniture.

Tony Duquette "Abalone" chandelier, created for his one man exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1952... now available through Baker Furniture.

Tony Duquette and Hutton Wilkinson - More is More - Style Estate -

Tony Duquette and Hutton Wilkinson - More is More

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