Georges Dunaime, designer of bronze and silver works, exhibited at the famous Exposition Internationale des Arts décoratifs et industriels modernes of 1925 in Paris.
Between 1922 and 1929, he also worked at Manufacture Nationale de Porcelaine at Sèvres, the best in this period, and designed pieces at Baccarat 's (see Baccarat Museum link). This great artist shares his popularity with his fellows from this fabulous period in France such as Edgar Brandt, Paul Kiss, J-J. Adnet, Simonet Freres, Sue & Mare, Andre Groult, Rulhmann, Paul Follot, Gagneau, J. Perzel, Genet & Michon, ...
Some works by Georges Dunaime are illustrated in "Le Luminaire", Guillaume Janneau, Editions Charles Moreau, Paris, 1992, pages #77, #91, and #127.