About Anne Hauck- Luxury Art Deco Antiques, Vintage, Modern and Custom furniture
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Anne Hauck had already been collecting fine Art Deco for over ten years when she opened her eponymous gallery, Anne Hauck Art Deco in 1986. Through her gallery she wanted to share her passion for Art Deco design, luxurious materials, and the quality craftsmanship epitomized by French Deco styles that captivated the first half of the 20th Century.

In 1998, after opening two Anne Hauck Art Deco showrooms in Germany, Anne relocated to Los Angeles, bringing with her numerous museum-quality pieces. She has since continued to import thousands of unique and compelling antiques while simultaneously launching her own interior design studio and the Anne Hauck Collection of new artisan-produced and fully-customizable fine Deco furniture, lighting, and rugs.

The location of the Anne Hauck showroom on Melrose Ave. in the heart of the chic West Hollywood Design District, makes Anne Hauck a natural choice for Hollywood directors, producers, and set-dressers who appreciate quality and authenticity. Anne Hauck Art Deco pieces appear often on both the small and big screens, perhaps most notably in Martin Scorcese’s Oscar-winning The Aviator for which the legendary director personally selected décor from her showroom for a majority of the sets.

In the design world, Anne Hauck Art Deco has been featured numerous times in publications including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, The Robb Report, and Elizabeth McMilliam’s book “Deco and Streamline Architecture in L.A.” Recognized by the design community as an expert on the subject of Art Deco, Anne proudly serves as a member of the American International Fine Art Fair Vetting Committee. Her client list has grown to include celebrities, art collectors, and interior designers both in America and worldwide.



Anne Hauck Art Deco seeks only the most unique and one-of-a-kind quality pieces manufactured from the finest and most luxurious materials such as macassar ebony, rosewood, ivory, mother of pearl, and gold leaf. Anne continues to split her time between the U.S. and Europe. “The idea” Anne says, “is to locate and acquire unblemished original pieces that were handcrafted by the master craftsmen and women of that era. I have been collecting for over 30 years: without my exclusive sources all over Germany and France, this would be impossible today.”

The collection includes pieces by famous artisans and builders like Jean Dunand, Hoffman, Leleu, Sue et Mare, Maurice Dufrene and Jacques Emile Ruhlmann, many of which have known provenance, coming from a mayor’s office in Paris or Lyon, or from villas of famous playwrights and conductors. Indeed, some of the pieces only narrowly escaped the mass destruction of the world wars. This rich history creates a magic surrounding the pieces that imbues ownership with meaning and life that extends far beyond design and function alone.




In 2003, Anne Hauck noticed that the available Art Deco antiques would not allow her to comprehensively service the particular needs her private clients. Her solution was to launch the Anne Hauck Collection. Inspired by the antiques that she has collected throughout her life – and especially those of Jacques Emile Ruhlmann, her aim was to create high-end and fully-customizable Art Deco furniture. The dimensions, woods, veneers, details and designs are all tailored to the tastes of the individual client. They can be as simple as a black lacquer side chair or feature advanced technological complications such as servo-motors employed to cleverly conceal unsightly modern necessities like flat-screen televisions, electrical outlets, or docks for digital devices.

Pieces from the Anne Hauck Collection are built through a process organized to guarantee the highest quality of materials, structure, and finish. They begin with the selection of rare and beautiful materials. Next, all work is conducted by skilled craftsmen and artisans who are formally educated in specialized areas of furniture production. The artisans work within different divisions in the factory, each purpose-built for the specific task at hand. The result is a piece that is elegant, harmonious, and ready for a lifetime of everyday enjoyment.


Recognizing a growing interest in mid-century and modern designs, Anne Hauck sought to expand upon the earlier 20thcentury influences of the AH Collection line with a new modern compilation, launching the Studio Line in the Fall of 2018. Offering the same high-level of craftsmanship that has been our hallmark, the Studio Line’s fully customizable pieces feature chic, sculptural shapes, metal accents and mid-century and cotemporary influences. The eclectic designs beautifully complement our traditional Deco pieces while holding their own in todays’ clean-lined architectural spaces.