Betty Joel

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Born Mary Steward Lockhart in Hong Kong, Betty ]oel was educated in England and met David Joel while he was in the navy serving in the Far East. They married in 1918 and, although neither had any formal design training, they began manufacturing furniture under the name Betty Joel Ltd. Early work was in a modernized Arts and Crafts idiom, however, by the late 1920's and early 1930’s French Art Deco influences were clear. Betty ]oel's London showroom was first at 177 Sloane Street and then 25 Knightsbridge. The firm's clients were wide ranging, both corporate and private. Furniture was manufactured for the Savoy and St Jame's Palace hotels and for many of H.S. Goodhart Rendel's projects, including Hays Wharf. Her more celebrated private clients included Lord Louis Mountbatten and the then Duchess of York.

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BETTY JOEL (1894-1985)
A RARE PAIR OF WALNUT BEDSIDE CABINETS BY BETTY JOEL
A Fine Pair of Art Deco Bedside Cabinets, Designed By Betty Joel, Hand made at the Token works. As with all Betty Joel Furniture, these are beauti...
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Gazelles of Lyndhurst
BETTY JOEL (1894-1985)
ART DECO CONSOLE TABLE
An Extremely rare Art Deco Console Table by Betty Joel (1896-1985) This is one designer that I champion. All of her work is of exceptional quality...
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Gazelles of Lyndhurst
BETTY JOEL (1894-1985)
Rare Art Deco Mirror
A truly fine Art Deco Mirror designed By Betty Joel, as with all her work it is of exceptional quality and superb design using the very best woods,...
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Gazelles of Lyndhurst