Art deco, born in the 1920s, was a movement that celebrated the rising mechanised world that simultaneously represented modernity and the future. Influencing movies such Berkeley and LeRoy’s Gold Diggers of 1933, where grand sets and huge musical numbers, all within that distinctive art deco style, indicated that excess was fashionable. In fact, not only was it fashionable, it was plentiful, as it became popular before the Great Depression of 1929. Although art deco remained a dominant style throughout the 1930s, it served as a bittersweet monument of a better time; a reminder of the years of wealth and decadence. With the Arlington range, Joseph Giles is proud to revive an element of the coveted Art Deco style and make it available to your home or project. The beautiful solid brass of the finest grade not only reflects the style of the time but also the luxury. Indulge yourself with a handle that is as functional as it is beautiful. Add some jazz to your space.