French Art Deco Furniture
This French Art Deco living room set of settee and two armchairs is attributed to the prominent designer Jean Pascaud (1903 – 1966) by the French auction house, Tajan. The body of the settee and chairs is constructed of stressed oak with the front legs ending in bronze sabots. The upholstery is a soft brown velour. The settee is 60” wide x 31” deep and 36” high. Each chair is 24” wide, 31” deep and 36” high. $ 9500.00
An important Belgian art nouveau dining set attributed to Henry Van De Velde (1863-1957). The set consists of a dining table with three leaves, eight chairs, a buffet and a sideboard. This magnificently crafted solid mahogany set features hand carved roses on drawers, doors, chair back plates, and the table apron. Vertical brass stringing and inlaid mother of pearl details all add a unified sense of rich elegance. There are bronze kickplates on the buffet and server and bronze sabots on the table and the front legs of the chairs. The table is 43” wide by 53 1/2” long (91 1/2” long with the three leaves) and 30” high. The buffet is 79” long, 23 1.2” deep and 43” high and the server is 55” long 21” deep and 471/2” high. The set has been professionally restored and is in impeccable condition and only awaits your choice of fabric for the chairs.
This French art deco chair is from the 1930’s. The chair is finished in black lacquer with egg shell decoration on the seat back. the seat is upholstered in white leather. The chair is 33” high, 16” wide, and 16 ½” deep.
A very nice vintage English Art Deco Dunhill cigar humidor. The outside is in a rare Birdseye burl walnut veneer with brass fittings on the corners. The interior is lined with black felt and is tagged “Alfred Dunhill of London” “London, New York, Paris”. The humidor is 12 1/2” wide 10 5/8” deep and 5 3/4” tall.
This French Art Deco desk is from the 1930’s. The desk is completely veneered in macassar ebony. The ebony is book matched on the drawer fronts, horizontal on the sides, back and top. The desk has four drawers with chrome pulls and four finished cubby holes for papers. The desk is 60 ½” wide x 25” deep and is 28” high. It has been refinished in high gloss clear lacquer and is in excellent condition.
This set of four French Art Deco arm chairs was designed and made by Andre Sornay (1902 – 2000) in Lyon, France. The chairs are constructed of solid mahogany with the arms connected to the front and rear legs with an exposed finger joint. The back splat is ribbon mahogany veneer. Two chrome rods, placed at the rear, hold the chair together. The rod heads and screws are disguised brass with "Ponte d’Ivery" covers. The upholstery is brown leather and is fastened to the back splat with "Ponte d"Ivery" covers. Each chair is 37" high x 20 ½" deep and 20 ½" wide. All are in excellent vintage condition. $ 5900 the four
This French art deco console is from 1930’s. Constructed of Brazilian rosewood and Brazilian rosewood veneers. The lop lifts to reveal a mirror and three storage spaces. The two sides curve inward at the base where rosewood feet are connected by two polished chrome bars. The console is 16 ½ “deep 26 ½ “ wide and 29” high.
An exceptional French art deco coffee table from the 1940’s. The almost six foot long coffee table has two “U” supports with brass feet and two vertical “U”s which support the tray, which holds a top of reverse painted black glass with gold trim. Underneath a curved mesh basket for magazines or papers. The table is 70 ¾” long, 23 ½ “ wide and 34” high.
A magnificent late 1930’s French art deco console in hand wrought steel and rare Portoro black and gold marble. The marble sits in a steel tray supported by twin bars of flat band steel which loop down in the front and make a circle in the rear, then sit on a steel floor plate. A sinuous Arabesque decorates the lower edge of the marble tray and is echoed between the supports. The console is 68 ¾” wide x 34 ¾” high and is 13 ½” deep.
This French art deco coffee table is from Maison Jansen. The 1940’s table is constructed of stained oak with gold leaf collars above the leg. The parchment table bed has a decorative 40’s design and feet are brass tipped The parchment has a glass cover to protect it from beverages. The table is in great original condition. It is 42” x 20” and is 17 ½” high.
This 1930’s French art deco table is known as a “handkerchief” or “envelope” game table. The top rotates a quarter turn and the four diamonds fold and splay out to reveal the felt playing surface with shallow metal cups to hold the drinks. Designed by Jacques Adnet (1900 - 1984), the top is in book matched mahogany veneers. The stepped base holds a square column with a door that opens to reveal 2 drawers and two shelves. The table is 29 ½ “ tall and 21” on each side (30” when open). The table is in excellent condition apart from small tear in the felt.
This sleek French art deco console is from the 1930’s. The top and stepped feet are finished in high gloss black lacquer. The supports, which taper down from 4 7/8” wide at the top to 1 7/8” wide at the base, are of figured satinwood. The console is 42 ¾” wide, 17 ¾” deep and 28 7/8” tall.
This vintage English art deco standing humidor is by Alfred Dunhill of London. The humidor is constructed of mahogany veneers and solid mahogany. The top section, which would hold several hundred cigars, is cedar lined and copper fitted with a zink humidifier and the ivory tag "Alfred Dunhill of London, New York London Paris". The drawer is also cedar lined with a milk glass bottom and zink humidifier. The humidor is 18" wide, 13" deep and 37" high.
This French art deco coffee or center table is from the 1930’s. The top and four sides are veneered in blond burlwood which contrasts with the ebonized bottom and middle shelves and the trim along the tabletop edge. The supports curve at the bottom giving a cantilevered effect. The table is 32” in diameter and 23” high.
This set of four English Art Deco chairs was made in the 1930’s in a style made famous by Harry and Lou Epstein. The chairs are known as "cloud" style due to the scalloped and curved back. The back is burled walnut. The solid walnut legs are saber style in the front and splay in the rear. The chairs are upholstered in ivory raw silk. Each chair is 35 ½" high 21" wide and 21" deep. The chairs are in excellent condition. PRICE: $ 7500.00 SALE PRICE: $ 4,900.00
This special French art deco occasional table is from the 1930’s. The table is constructed from figured mahogany and mahogany veneers. Supported by four legs with beveled tops, the table has two levels. The top has four quadrants of book matched stripe mahogany veneers. In the shelf below, there is a small cabinet very cleverly hidden. The table has been refinished and is 24” high and 21” each side and has enough presence to be a coffee table or a side table.
A large, comfortable French art deco armchair from the 1930’s. The pale beechwood legs contrast with the soft black Edelman leather upholstery. Add the silver studs in Greek Key pattern and you have French elegance at its very best. The chair measures 25” wide x 23” deep and is 34” high.
This French art deco coffee table dates from the 1940’s. The black glass top is surrounded by a bronze frame sitting on crossed bronze legs. The intersection of the legs has a bronze lion’s head. The table measures 17 ¾” x 33 ½” x 16 ½” high. PRICE $500
This French Art Deco fires creen has a bronze frame with asymmetric sides with a “Waterfall” décor. The frame sits on the four feet; the center two stepped, the outer two with a curved side flange. The ½” inch glass is etched with a fantastic creature amid swirls and geometric circles depicting the North Wind. The screen is 48” wide, 29 ½” high and 7” deep (at the feet).
This wonderfully asymmetrical 1930’s French art deco hall tree will probably be the first thing visitors see when they enter your house. Its unique combination of straight lines and flowing curves endow it with more than its functional use…it becomes sculpture. Composed of square polished Aluminum hollow tubing, the hall tree has six “mushroom” coat hooks, a shelf for hats, a mirrored shelf for keys and coins and an umbrella stand with removable drip pan. The hall tree is in excellent condition and is 71” high, 31” wide and 7” deep.
This 1930’s French Art Deco Vitrine is constructed of black walnut and black walnut veneers. It has separate locking top and bottom. The top has three display shelves and the bottom is for storage. The vitrine is 56” high 31” wide and 16” deep.
This French art deco vitrine is from the 1930’s and is remarkable for the high quality of its finish and attention to detail. The body is of select striped mahogany veneers with beech trim and bronze fittings. It even has its original key. The top portion has three shelves for display, the bottom is reserved for storage. The front feet have bronze sabots. The vitrine is 60 ¾” high, 35 ½” wide and 18” deep. It is in excellent condition.
This French art deco occasional table was constructed in Paris in the 1930’s. The burl walnut top is inlaid with bands of palisander and sycamore. The top and lower shelf are connected and supported by wide bands of flat chrome steel. The top, with cut corners is 26” x 16 ½” and the table is 19” high.
This 1930’s English Art Deco cabinet sits on two black lacquer feet and features a storage chest with shelf, a drawer and a storage shelf with sliding glass doors. The door and drawer fronts are veneered in highly figured walnut. The cabinet is 43” wide, 21 ½” high and is 15” deep.
A small French art deco rolling bar from the 1930's. The bar is constructed of a mahogany exterior and beech interior. The key opens the door that folds out to the right while the top flips back showing a glass for cutting fruit. The interior has bottom shelves for bottle storage and two shelves for glass storage. The small size (23 1/2" wide, 15 1/2" deep, 28 1/2" high) and wheels on the bottom make this ideal for use in a small space.
This French Art Deco hall tree is of hand wrought iron and is from the 1930’s. The tree has a rack on top for hats, four hooks for coats, a mirror and space at the bottom for umbrellas and canes. The hall tree is 75 ¼” high, 28” wide and 5 ¾” deep.
This vintage art deco Benson & Hedges cigar humidor date from ca 1925. The outer surface is mahogany with brass banding, The brass lock and key are present. The interior is tin lined and has a green felt grove where the top closes, assuring a tight fit. The metal label inside the top reads “ By appointment to his majesty the king”, “Benson & Hedges, London, New York, Montreal” and “patented 1901”. The humidor is 13” wide 10 ½” deep and 9 1/8” high.
This large and impressive French art deco hall tree is from the 1930’s. The stand, a masterpiece of the Ferronier’s art, features a swiveling mirror, a rack for hats, six hooks for coats, a space for wet umbrellas, spaces for walking canes and a box at the bottom for galoshes. Despites its utility, it is a work of art with various iron working techniques including wavy vertical lines of bent iron, hammered vertical lines of iron, beaten placques behind polished coat hangers and intricate swirls and geometric panels on the front of the boot box. The hall tree is 77” high, 43 ¼” wide and is 7 ¾” deep.
This French art deco dining table was designed by Maurice Rinck ca 1935. In 1937 Rinck won a gold medal at the Paris International Exposition. The table top is constructed of rich macassar ebony veneers as are the curved supports and the bottom stretcher, The curved feet at each end are of solid mahogany. The table has been refinished in high gloss, clear lacquer and is in excellent condition. It is 71” long, 40” wide and 29” high. When the two 18” leaves are added at each end, the table is 107” long.
This French art deco two level table was designed by Jean Royere (1902 - 1981) and edited by Maison Gouffe . Royere designed modern furniture for Gouffe from 1934 until 1942 when he opened his own gallery. The table joins three rosewood veneer pieces (two squares and one circle ) with a sleek three quarters of a chrome circle to create a balanced whole. The table is 28” high, the square top shelf is 15 ½ on each side and the circular shelf is 15 ¾” in diameter.
This pair of French art deco arm chairs was designed and made by the Master Andre Sornay (1902 - 2000) in Lyon, France. The chairs are constructed of blond maple and are decorated with tiny brass nails an effect Sornay called “Le Cloutage” and which he patented in 1932. The upholstery on both seat and back is held with closely spaced brass upholstery tacks. Each chair is 32” wide 23” deep and 36 ½ high.
Black beauty! This French art deco tea table is from the 1940's. Finished in gleaming black lacquer with a black mirror top. The beveled glass top is etched in silver leaf with a restrained design. The tabletop sits on four tapering legs with a rolled knob on top. The table is 32: high and 23” in diameter and is in excellent condition
This elegant French art deco occasional or tea table is from the late 1920’s. The top and sides are mahogany burl, the beveled edge is zebra wood. The tapering reeded legs are positioned outside of the table. The oval table is 31 ½" x 22" and stands 29 ½" tall. It has been professionally refinished and is in excellent condition.
This French art deco occasional table is from the 1930’s. Constructed of mahogany and mahogany veneers, the table features a quartered mahogany parquetry 22” diameter top, four legs which curve at the top enclose a lower shelf. Black lacquer trim on the edges adds interest. The table is 24 ½ in diameter and 27” high.
This French art deco coffee table is from the 1930’s. Constructed from rosewood and rosewood veneers, the table has a parquetry top and bottom shelf. Four gently curved legs connect the 27” diameter top to the 15” diameter bottom shelf. The table rests on four rounded feet and is 20” high. It is in excellent condition.
This French art deco dining table is from the 1930’s. Constructed of solid mahogany and mahogany veneers, the table features two pairs of sinuous "S" supports rising from a stepped base with lap feet. The table is 60" long; when the two 16 ½" aprons leaves are inserted it is 93" long. Comfortable for eight chairs, It is 35 ½" wide and 29" high. The table has been finished in high gloss clear lacquer and is in excellent condition.
This set of six French art deco dining chairs is from the 1930’s. The mahogany chairs have curved front legs, tapering rear legs and an elevated curved back. The chairs are in excellent condition and are upholstered in an off white cotton velour. They are 19" wide, 19 deep and 41" high.
This French art deco champagne or wine stand is from 1920’s. The shaft and foot are sold mahogany, the bottom top and gallery are of a French silver alloy. The top is engraved with a machine décor. The stand is 28" high, 11" in diameter and is in excellent condition
This set of four British art deco bar stools were made by PEL in 1933. Founded in Birmingham in 1931 as Practical Equipment Limited, the company changed its name in 1932 to PEL. The stools are known in company records as “RP14 Bar Stool with back”. The chrome frame is bright, the seat and back covered in black vinyl and the stools are ready for kitchen or bar. Each stool is 42 ½” high, 19” deep and 15” wide. The seat height is 31 ¼”. FF289
This French art deco pedestal is from the 1930’s. Constructed of solid flame mahogany, the pedestal has a tall door, which opens to reveal shelves showing most unusual hinges. It has an 11 ½” square base which steps up to the main column with scalloped edges and terminates in a very unusual accordion style. The pedestal is in excellent original condition, having just been cleaned and polished.
This Italian art deco chair was designed in 1928 –1929 by rationalist architect Guiseppe Pagano (1896 – 1945). Finished in flawless high gloss black lacquer, its clean lines will fit any décor. For all of its visual formality and sculptural qualities, it is surprisingly comfortable. The chair is 26 ½ high, 21" wide and 19" deep.
This French art deco bed is constructed of rare carpathian elm veneers and is from the 1930’s. The "Wings" on the headboard have nightstands with a drawer, nickel pulls and supports. The headboard is 46" high and 88" wide, the footboard is 24" high and 88" wide. The bed is 82" long and takes a mattress 56" wide and 74" long. The bed is in excellent condition.
This superb French art deco sideboard is from the 1930’s. Constructed of figured rosewood veneers, the buffet has four drawers and two doors. The doors each conceal two shelves. All fittings are chrome plated and the pulls are lucite rods. A protective glass top is provided but is not original to the piece. The base is in high gloss black lacquer and the body is finished in high gloss clear lacquer. The sideboard is 34" high, 66" wide and 20 ½" deep. It is in excellent condition and ready to move in.
This French art deco coffee table is from the 1930’s. The top and bottom shelf are covered in fine Palissandre (rosewood) veneers. The legs and arched supports are solid rosewood. The feet are covered in nickel bronze sabots. The table is 33 ½” high and 35 ½” in diameter. The top surface is 31” in diameter.
This French art deco hand wrought iron and marble console is from the 1930’s. the wall mounted console has two supports of double banded wrought iron. The supports extend along the base of the marble and fasten to the wall. The supports also fasten on the bottom curve. The top is a polished slab of black and tan “Emperador Dark” marble. The iron and marble are in excellent condition. The console is 60” wide and can be installed at any height. It is 19 ½” deep.
This French art deco cocktail table was designed by René Drouet (1899 – 1993) ca. 1939. The wrought iron base is gilded in gold leaf. The mirror top is etched from the bottom in arabesque designs filled with gold leaf. The table is 14” high and 30” in diameter.
This pair of French art deco fauteuils (arm chairs) are by Jean Pascaud (1903 – 1996). The chairs, with solid mahogany arms and legs, are finished in high gloss and have been recovered in glove soft black leather with white piping. The very elegant arms have carved swirl details. Each chair is 37” tall, 25” wide and 25” deep.
This very elegant French art deco table was designed by Dominique: Andre Domin (1883 – 1982) and Marcel Genevrier (1885 – 1967) in the 1930’s. Constructed of northern oak with an Emperador marble inset top, this graceful table has hand carved supports and a flared base. The table is 27 ¼” tall x 18 ¾” on each side.
This set of three French art deco “tables gigognes” (nesting tables) were designed by Jaques Adnet (1900 - 1984) in the 1930’s. The three tables are finished in rosewood veneers and sit on one inch high indented ebonized wood feet. The tallest table is 20” high and 26” wide. All three tables are 13 ¾” deep. The tables are in good original condition.
This French art deco occasional table is from the 1920’s. The table is of walnut and walnut veneers and water gilded with silver leaf on the corners. The table is 27” high and 20” on each side.
A French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree from the 1930's. The hall tree has decorative scrollwork in a sunburst pattern, with a beveled mirror and green marble shelf. It has a shelf for hats, hooks for coats, receptions for umbrellas and canes ... even two holders for gloves. The hall tree is 74" high and 28" wide.
This pair of French art deco club chairs is from the 1930’s. The large and comfortable chairs have an exposed beech wood arm that continues to form the front feet. The wood continues along the side of the chair where it meets the same wood on the chair back. The wood has been refinished in high gloss clear lacquer and the chairs have been reupholstered. Each chair is 31” tall, 31” wide and 35” deep.
This pair of French art deco side chairs date from the late 1920’s and offer style and comfort. The wood on the back and legs has been refinished and the seat and back upholstered a fine French wool cloth. Each chair is 33 ½” high, 17” wide and 20 deep.
This very streamline French art deco dining table was created in the 1930’s. The table, clad in fine Cuban mahogany veneers, has a slightly domed base and a wide “U” support. The table has been expertly refinished in a high gloss lacquer and is 30” wide, 62” long and 29” high.
This impressive pair of 1930’s French art deco club chairs is in the style of Dominique, Andre Domin (1883 - 1962) and Marcel Genevriere (1885 - 1976). The chairs, with a frame and arms of oak and sand colored linen upholstery, are comfortable and stylish. They are 28" high, 28 ½" wide and 32" deep.
This superb French art deco wall console was designed and produced by Dominique; Andre Domin (1882 – 1962) and Marcel Genevriere (1885 – 1967) ca. 1925. The console has two graduated chrome quarter circles supporting a chrome tray. The tray is inset with a ¾" slab of Saint Gobain glass, smooth on top and textured underneath. The console, which is 39 ½" wide x 10" deep x 10" high, is noted in the following literature: G.J. Gros, Dominique, Mobilier et Decoration, 1931, page 23; Gaston Denys, Le V Salon des artistes de ce temps au Petit Palais, 1935, p. 484; Lucien Farnoux-Reynaud, Dominique, Mobilier et Decoration, 1936, p. 438; Felix Marcilhac, Dominique Decorateur – Ensemblier du Xxe Siecle, ed. De l’Amateur, Paris, 2008, pp. 125, 198.
Jules Leleu designed this finely crafted French art deco center table. Constructed of limed oak with a top of “sunburst” book matched veneer. The table has four legs with a draped central portion and bronze feet. Two pairs of oak “speed lines” decorate each leg. The table is 27 ¼” in diameter and 21 ½” high.
This pair of angular 1930’s French art deco sofa side tables are constructed of African rosewood with mahogany trim on the top and bottom shelves. The center shelf is a 10" x 10" square of "Verre Granite de Saint-Gobain" glass, smooth on top and textured underneath. The top and base are the same size 11 ½” x 16 ½” but face in different directions. The tables are 18” high and are finished in high gloss lacquer.
This graceful French art deco 1930’s occasional table has a top and base of olive ash burl. Three mahogany legs support the top and enclose the “pancake” stocked center. The table is finished in high gloss and sits on three ball chrome feet. It is 22 3/4“ high and 21” diameter.
This massive and masculine French art deco desk is from the 1930’s. Constructed of rosewood veneers with aluminum clad feet, the desk is six feet wide, three feet deep and stands 31" tall. The three drawers have aluminum pulls.
This French art deco mahogany desk is from the 1930’s and has a ribbed apron containing three locking drawers. The tapering sides are ribbed front and back and end in block sled feet. An underslung locking cabinet contains four sycamore drawers. The desk is 30" high, 56" wide and 30" deep
This charming pair of French Art deco side chairs are attributed to Paul Follot (1897 - 1941). Constructed of mahogany with tapered and reeded front legs and arched and bridged lower back. The sprung seat is newly upholstered in deep red "window pane" velvet as is the back. Each chair is 34" high, 17" wide and 16" deep. $ 1200 the pair
This 1940’s arm chair is attributed to Maxime Old (1910 – 1991). The solid mahogany chair has tapering front legs and saber rear legs, the carved geometrically carved arms taper into the seat. The sprung seat and wedged shape back are covered in desert sand color faux leather. The chair is 33” high x 23” wide and 24” deep.
This French art deco occasional table is constructed of rosewood and rosewood veneers finished in high gloss lacquer. Two splayed slab sides support a racetrack lower shelf. The 23 ½” round top is supported by a rosewood ball. The table is 26” high.
This pair of Czechoslovakian art deco constructivist arm chairs is from the 1920’s, a time when the modern movement flourished there. The oak bodies are decorated in minimalist fashion with a repeated geometric design in inlaid ebony and sycamore. The loose seat cushions are off white leather. The chairs are in very good original condition and are 31” high, 23” wide, 26” deep and have a seat height of 18”.
This French art deco occasional table is from the 1930’s. The top is inlaid in a “Sunburst” design of palissandre (rosewood) veneer. The four curved supports have the same veneer on the outside. The apron supports and feet are mahogany. The diamond shaped shelf is covered in macassar ebony veneer. The table is 25” in diameter and is 24 ½” high.
This sleek 1930’s French art deco dining table is distinguished by a “U” support set on a pair of sculpted feet. Constructed of rare Palissandre (Brazilian Rosewood) veers with bright nickel trim, the table has pull out lined drawers on each end for storage. Trade in Brazilian rosewood has been totally banned for all specimens cut after 1992. The table is 37 ¼” wide, 30” high and 65 ½” long (76 ½” long when the two 10 ½” leaves are inserted at each end). The table has been expertly refinished in high gloss lacquer. The table could also easily be used as a very elegant desk.
This set of four 1930’s French art deco arm chairs would be at home at a game or breakfast table or as accent chairs placed in an entry hall or sitting room. Constructed of blond mahogany and fawn suede leather, the chairs exhibit a unique sculptural design. The arms, with a compound curved underside, flow from the circular “balloon back” and curve down to form the front legs. Two deeply incised lines add interest as the front legs gently taper outward. The rear legs are of saber form. The hand made and comfortably sprung chairs are 34” high, 24” wide and 22” deep. The seat height is 19”.
A very useful and beautiful French 1930’s four drawer chest which could be used in any room of your house. The chest is covered in parchment (goat skin) and has a mahogany base and trim around the drawers. The pulls are finished in bright nickel. The chest is 31 ½” wide x 16” deep x 34 ½” high.
This French art deco secretary is from the 1930’s and is of fine Macassar ebony veneers with sycamore trim and interiors. The fittings are bright nickel plated copper. The center area has an open display shelf at the top. When the front pulls down it reveals a writing shelf, two drawers and various pigeon holes for supplies or correspondence, all in blond sycamore. The lower two doors open to reveal two shelves also in sycamore. Flanking the center section are two doors which also have two sycamore shelves. The whole is flanked by three open shelves for books or display. A beautiful and useful piece of furniture. Measures 61” wide x 17” deep and is 55” high. $ 3900.00
This 1930’s French art deco dining table is finished in exotic Macassar ebony veneers with bright nickel fittings. At 47 ½” wide, the table is wider than most dining tables of the period. The 65” length increases to 99” when the two 17” finished leaves are installed on each end. The photograph of the top of the table fully extended shows clouds reflecting on it (had to take photos outdoors here in Florida)…The table has been professionally refinished, the nickel replated and it’s ready for your home.
This French art deco 1930’s three door bibliothéque (bookcase) is clad in exotic macassar ebony veneers. The left and right hand doors open to reveal two drawers below four shelves (three of the shelves are adjustable). The center door covers five shelves (four of which are adjustable). The interior drawers and shelves are oak. The piano hinges, polls, escutcheons, keys and beveled kick plate are all in bright nickel. The case has been refinished and the metal replated. It measures 64 ½” high, 69” wide and is 20 ½” deep.
A spectacular French art deco sideboard in highly figured book-matched Brazilian rosewood veneers and solid mahogany from the 1930’s. The four door cabinet sits on a mahogany base and four sculpted mahogany legs, a mahogany trim surrounds the four doors. The stepped up top continues the rosewood pattern. The two left doors cover a bank of four drawers and a center shelf. The right doors contain a long center shelf. The interior is blond sycamore, the keys, escutcheons and fittings are in bright nickel. The sideboard measures 34” high, 94” wide and 18” deep.
A very geometric French art deco Carpathian walnut console from the 1930’s. The base steps up five times to a flaring center section which supports a six sided top with conforming apron. The console, which has been refinished, measures 28 ½” high, 45” wide and is 18” deep.
A nice French art deco desk in walnut with a chrome foot rail and drawer pulls. The pulls are marked “Daff-Paris”. The asymmetrical desk has rounded corners and a shelf on one side and four drawers on the other, the top drawer locks. It is 31” high and 48 ½” wide x 27” deep. It has been recently refinished
This French art deco low three panel screen was created in the 1930’s. Standing 44 ½” high, the screen is of solid mahogany with the center panels geometrically carved in deep relief touched with silver. The three panels are each 19 ½’’ wide for a total width of 58 ½”.
This exceptional French Art Deco 1930's buffet / sideboard will add a touch of luxury and drama to your dining room. The sideboard features book matched flame mahogany veneers, rose marble tops and nickel bronze fittings (including the sweeping door pulls). The frame is solid mahogany and the leading edges of the adjustable oak shelves are decorated with delicate inlay. The sideboard has been refinish in high gloss lacquer and is 72" wide, 42 1/2" high and 22" deep.
This elegant French art deco hand wrought iron and marble console is from the late 1920’s. The wrought iron frame, with its distinctive wavey lines and cartouche with stylized rose swirls, sweeps inward to anchor at the wall. The 1” thick black, white and rose marble is curved at the ends to match the frame. The console measures 55” wide x 16” deep and is 32 ½” high.
This French art deco desk dates from the 1930’s. Constructed on all four sides of old growth macassar ebony veneers, the desk has three deep drawers across the top. The left door opens to reveal three pullout deep drawers and the right door opens to reveal a large storage space. Each of the doors sports a high relief gold leaf carved placque. The desk measures 59” wide x 31 ½” deep and is 29” high and has been refinished.
This French art deco “Coiffeuse” vanity is by Maurice Dufrene (1876 – 1955) and dates from the 1920’s. The vanity is clad in exotic Carpathian elm burl veneer on oak secondary wood – the vanity has two drawers and a door which opens to shelves. The top folds out and a beveled mirror stands up revealing a fabric lined locking compartment. The door has a geometric carving of ferns and flowers. The vanity was purchased from Lillian Nassau in the 1960’s and has been in the home of a world famous interior designer until now and is in excellent condition. It measures 17 ½” x 17 ½” and is 27 ¼” high. Open, it measures 25 ½” wide and is 44 1/8” high.
This very classy and wonderful French art deco table dates from the 1930’s. The curved sides, base and apron are in macassar ebony veneers with a 1” thick grey, white and pink marble top. An extremely versatile occasional table equally at home in the center of a room or as an end table by a sofa or a bed or an accent piece in an entry hall. The table measures 34” x 21 ½” x 28” high.
This extraordinary 1930’s French art deco sideboard would be the focus of any room. Made in the 1930's by the French firm, Mercier Freres of Rue Faoubourg Saint-antoine, Paris. Constructed of rare figured Cuban mahogany veneers the cabinet sits on two oval pedestals with horizontal bronze bands above a lap foot plinth with bronze end fittings. Wedge shaped curved sides enclose four doors and five drawers, the drawers with parchment fronts and gilt bronze pulls. The gilt bronze door pulls are cast in the form of mermaids. The undulating front of the top conforms to the doors and drawers. The sycamore interior contains shelves. The sideboard is 106 ½” long x 21” deep and 41 ½” high.
This 1930’s French art deco table features a rosewood veneer top inlaid in a “sunburst” pattern. The four solid rosewood legs enclose a second level shelf in rosewood veneer. The table measures 24” in diameter and is 27 ½” high.
This French art deco display case dates from the 1930s and is constructed from palissandre veneers with a sycamore interior. The case rests on a raised plinth with lap feet. Two 1/2” glass shelves sit behind sliding glass doors. The vitrine measures 58 ½” wide, 14 ½” deep and is 37” high.
Mies van der Rohe was fond of saying “God is in the Details” and in the case of this rosewood occasional table; God, what Details! The table has a top of fine palissandre marquetry in a sunburst pattern….Detail; the edge continues the veneer of the top….Detail: The beveled underside of the top is finished in rosewood. The top rests on a cylinder of rosewood…Detail: The base of the cylinder features a fine rosewood edge. The three sensuously curved tapering rosewood legs flow from the cylinder…Detail: The bronze sabots extend up the face of the leg…Detail: The bronze trim finishes with a curved flourish against the cylinder. Excellence in design and execution makes this a very special table. It measures 27 ½” in diameter and is 19 ½” high.
This French art deco table dates from the 1930's and the veneer on the top is sectioned to create a "butterfly" effect. The eight scallops on the top and lower shelves, work with the four "U" shaped legs to make an interesting and unusual occasional table. The table measures 25" in diameter and stands 23" high.
This elegant French art deco silver leaf occasional table dates from the 1930’s. the 23 ¼” diameter top sits on four tulip carved supports ending in stylized feet. A lower circular shelf is centered between the supports. The table has been re-leafed and stands 21 ¾” high.
This set of six French art deco dining chairs was designed by Jules Leleu in the 1930’s. the high back chairs were one of Leleu’s enduring and recognizable designs and incorporate several of his design motifs such as the indentation at the top front of the saber legs and the rounded knob where the chair back meets the seat. The mahogany frame is in high gloss and seats and backs are covered in Alcantara suede. The chairs are 20” wide x 19” deep and 42” high.
This French streamline art deco coffee table dates from ca. 1935. The central portion is covered in parchment (a tanned, bleached goatskin) in three segments. Each end is in palissandre veneer curving down to form the foot. The parchment is separated from the palissandre by a thin nickel filet. The table is 59” long x 30” wide and is 18 ¼” high.
This 1930’s French art deco wrought iron occasional or coffee table has a rare old Portoro marble top with “heartbeat” veining. Hand wrought brass florettes adorn each side of the table which measures 26” x 20” and is 18” high. $ 700.00
This French art deco occasional table is from the 1930’s. This small occasional table has a round base on three curved legs below curved supports and a round top. The silver leaf has been refreshed. The glass top protects the silver leaf and measures 21 7/8” in diameter. The table stands 22 ½” high.
This French art deco dining table dates from the 1930s and is finished in striped walnut, a very rare wood. The table features a “u” base set on lap feet with two nickel stretcher bars with cap ends. The top has two "pull outs" for insertion of two 16” tablecloth leaves. The table measures 39” wide x 60” long (92” long with the leaves inserted) and 28 ½” high.
This French art deco cheval or full length floor mirror dates from the 1930’s. The rectangular glazed portion is blanked by four asymmetrically aligned small shelves, the vertical supports separated by wooden balls. The wood is solid walnut. Refinished and reglazed, the mirror stands 70” high, is 36” wide and projects only 6 ½” from the wall.
This 1930’s French art deco console is constructed of walnut and figured walnut veneers. The pedestal with fluted base, figured walnut lower section and fluted upper section supports the table which has a figured walnut front, top and sides. The cut corners of the apron are fluted to match the base. The console measures 48” wide x 14” deep and is 38” high
This exotic French art deco console and mirror date from the 1930’s. Both the console and mirror are of hand wrought iron with the major surfaces decorated with punched dots. The inverted skyscraper tubular sides of the mirror are echoed in the shield below the console’s apron. The console has a conforming top of Isidro Rosso marble and measures 65” wide x 12” deep and 36” high. The mirror measures 31” wide and 24” high.
This pair of French art deco reclining club chairs dates from the 1930’s. Combining streamline beauty with solid comfort and great design, these chairs will become the focal point in any room. Constructed of solid mahogany, it only takes a slight upward tug on the seat back and the seat slides forward and the back reclines. The chairs have been freshly upholstered in warm beige ultra suede leather while the mahogany wood trim and legs have a fresh coat of clear lacquer. Each chair measures 26” wide x 34” deep (45” deep when extended) and they are 32” high.
This exceptional French art deco sideboard is attributed to Lucien Rollin (1906 – 1993) and dates from the 1930’s. Two large doors veneered in book matched Amboina burl open to reveal shelves. In keeping with Rollin’s taste, the sideboard is veneered overall in Amboina burl and the decoration is mainly in the beauty of the wood and harmony of the design as evidenced in the step top and cantilevered and rounded sides. Four drawers in cream lacquer are centered above a stylized scroll device and valance also in cream lacquer. The round bronze pulls on the doors and drawers are the only visible fittings. The sideboard is 89” wide x 20 “ deep and 38 ¼” high.
A fine French art deco dining table by Jean Pascaud (1903 – 1996). The table, which dates to ca. 1940, is richly veneered in palissandre and features unusual sabre legs with a curved “fin” extending at a 45° angle and has two supports concealed at each end which extend to accommodate 18” table cloth leaves. The table measures 75” x 37” and is 29 ½” high.
This fun Italian art deco bar cart is from the 1940’s and is veneered in rosewood polished to a high gloss.
The cart has a center section with a glass shelf and a sliding glass door. The flanking rosewood doors also slide to provide bottle storage. The doors are fitted with brass handles and the legs have brass ball feet so the bar can be rolled. Measures 34 ¼” wide, 17 ¼” deep and stands 30” high.
This French Palissandre (Rosewood) art deco coffee table has two levels; the top, with 4” marquetry squares of rosewood veneers and a shelf of lined rosewood on the bottom. The table is supported by square rosewood column feet which rise with indentations to hold the shelf and top. Drawers on each side have ivory ring handles and attachments. The table measures 47 ¼ x 33 ½” and is 19 ¾” high.
This French art deco occasional table was designed by Jacques Adnet ca. 1940 and is of brass and copper with two marble surfaces of black and brown marble with white inclusions. The table is 21” diameter and 22 ¾” high at the table top. The brass and copper have been polished and coated with clear lacquer to prevent tarnish.
This living room set consisting of one sofa and two armchairs is by Jules Leleu (1883 – 1961) and was created in the 1930’s. The elegantly curved palissandre arm fronts terminate in saber feet with bronze sabots. The rear saber feet and trim are also palissandre. The body, box arms and loose seat cushions are covered in butterscotch colored fine calfskin. Each chair measures 36” wide x 35” deep and is 34” high. The sofa measures 80” wide, 35” deep and is 34” high.
This French art deco open arm chair is from the 1930’s. The sprung seat and back have been reupholstered in brown and white cowhide. The back feet and arms, which curve down and flare out at the feet have received a fresh coat of high gloss black lacquer. The comfortable over-size chair measures 30” wide x 36” deep and 34” high.
This diminutive French art deco leather club chair has 75 years of patina but the leather is unbroken, soft and supple, the back with brass tacks. While having the same form as its big brothers, the chair measures 30” wide, 32” deep and is 30” high.
This large ca. 1939 French art deco wrought iron and marble console is by Raymond Subes (1891 – 1970). The wrought iron base is in his mature style of the period and is topped by a spectacular shelf of dark Emperador marble. The console measures 100” wide x 18” deep and is 39 /12” high.
This charming and elegant French art deco round occasional table features a top and bottom shelf of fine rosewood veneers, each centered with an ivory circle. The four solid rosewood supports begin as feet supporting the lower shelf, then narrow and curve outward as they rise to the top. The table is 27” in diameter and 22” high.
A pair of elegant 1930’s French art deco side chairs. The chairs are of rosewood stained beech and are upholstered in a rich tapestry fabric. Each chair measures 18” wide x 17 ¼” deep and 39 ½” high.
A useful and handsome small French art deco bar cabinet. The cabinet is of African rosewood with two doors, each with brass pulls and exterior hinges. The cabinet sits on an ebonized plinth with curved splay legs and a scalloped apron. The chest is from the 1940s and measures 21” wide x 12 ½” deep and is 24 ¼” high.
This pair of French art deco Bergeres (Armchairs) are from the 1920’s and feature a walnut frame with reeded front legs and splay rear legs. The frames have been refinished and clear lacquered. The seats, back, arms and sides have been recovered in a deco fabric in cinnamon and burgundy cotton velour fabric. Each chair measures 27” wide x 24” deep and 32” high.
This French art deco daybed is by Jean Royere (1902 – 1964) and is from the 1940’s. The maple frame sits on four block feet. The ends, which narrow as they curve out, are braced by three cross slats. Recovered in burgundy ultra suede and sporting two cylindrical bolsters, the daybed is a dramatic presence. The bed measures 83” long x 36” wide and 27 ½” high.
This stunning pair of French art deco lounge chairs date from the 1930’s. The chairs are of figured Brazilian rosewood and sit on a lap foot base that extends to the back of the chair. The curved rosewood sides and facing on the front are enveloped by the upholstered arms. The “cloud” back, loose box seat cushion and arms are all covered in a taupe woven jacquard fabric. Each chair measures 41” wide x 29” deep and 29” high.
This set of six elegant French art deco dining chairs, hand crafted in the 1930’s, offer a sinuous beauty missing in today’s “made for the machine” chairs. Constructed of solid mahogany and featuring compound curves, the chairs have another unusual feature: Two curved metal bands between the back uprights. The seats are sprung for dining comfort. Each chair measures 19” wide x 19” deep x 31” high.
A set of six French art deco dining chairs from the 1930’s. The chairs feature sabre front legs and reverse curved rear legs. The seats have springs for comfortable seating and measure 17 ¾” wide x 19” deep x 39” high and are in good original condition.
This French art deco coffee table is from the 1930’s. Elegantly tailored, the table has a parchment (treated goat skin) top, a wenge wood apron and feet. The two demi lune cherry wood legs are connected by a stretcher of the same wood. The table measures 36 ¾” by 31 ½” and is 22 ½” high.
This French art deco bar is by Jacques Adnet (1901-1984) and is from the late 1930’s. It is constructed of walnut and walnut veneers. The large door which centers the bar has veneers radiating into a central square. The door is flanked by two columns with bronze capitals and feet. The bar measures 56 ½” wide x 23 ½ deep and is 41” high.
This pair of French art deco occasional chairs date to the 1930’s. Refinished in silver leaf and pale green Scalamandre silk, the chairs are suitable for any décor. The “Telescope” front legs have vertical lines carved on the outer sides and the front apron of the seat is carved in a series of geometric carthouches. The chairs each measure 21 ¼” wide x 20” deep and are 33 ¼” high.
In the 1930’s this French art deco Palissandre (rosewood) and nickel dining table was “top of the line”. Constructed of rosewood and rosewood veneers, the table top sits on two columns rising from a long rosewood base with three lap feet at each end. The feet and stretcher are trimmed in bright nickel plated metal. The two columns each begin with a Palissandre cylinder encircled with a 1” thick glass ring and escalate to a flat sided urn with deep “v’s” cut into the corners. The top accommodates two 20” matching leaves which are affixed by pulling out two nickel rods which are fitted in each end of the top. Refinished in high gloss clear lacquer, the table measures 78 ¾” long (118 ¾” with the two leaves attached), 43 ¼” wide and 30” high.
A very striking French art deco streamline living room set consisting of a sofa and two armchairs. The set, which dates from the 1930’s, has been reupholstered in caramel colored cotton velour, the springs have been retied and the interior watting replaced….the result is both stylish and comfortable. The sofa measures 74 ½” long, 32” deep and 30” high. Each chair measures 28” wide x 32” deep and 30” high.
This rare matching desk and chair by Jacques Adnet (1901 – 1984) dates to ca. 1950. The brass frame is painted black on the legs and leather wrapped on the upper portions. Pulls, trim, sabots and the center rail are all in exposed brass. The top is composition. In overall good original condition, the desk measures 43 ¾” wide, 22 ¼” deep and 29 ½” high. The chair measures 23” wide, 20” deep, 31” high with the seat being 17” high. A similar desk and chair ensemble is pictured in Anne Bony, Les Annees 40, Paris, 1985. p. 441, and Bruno Fourcat and Jean-Louis Gaillemin, Les Décorateurs des Annees 40, Paris, 1998. p. 73.
This French art deco sideboard from the late 1930’s is attributed to André Arbus (1903 – 1969). The sideboard is covered in parchment with the two large doors laid in a sunrise pattern. The short legs in the front are a continuation of the bulbous corner supports and terminate in bronze sabots. The hinges, escutcheons and keys are bronze as well as the decorative trim along the bottom. A bronze placque of a seated young woman holding a dove centers the sideboard. The door on the left opens to three drawers of figured sycamore, the door on the right reveals three shelves. The piece is in excellent condition and measures 67” wide x 19” deep and 36” high.
This French art deco desk and chair dates from the 1930’s and is attributed to D.I.M.(Decoration Interieure Moderne), Rene Joubert and Philippe Petit. The desk is of Palissandre with black lacquer trim and bronze fittings. The left door opens to reveal three shelves and the right door conceals three drawers. The chair is beach, stained to match, with leather seat and back. The desk measures 63” x 31” and is 29 ¾” high. The chair is 23” wide by 22” deep and is 31” high.
This elegant French art deco table dates from ca. 1930. The top and apron are of Acacia burl separated by a rounded corner band of mahogany. The downward tapering reeded legs terminate in bronze feet. The table measures 21” in diameter and is 20” high.
Designed in 1951 by Marc Lalique (1900-1977), this crystal glass console is called “Cactus”. Originally created as a window display, Lalique added thick glass tops creating a table and a console. The console is signed “Lalique, France” and numbered “11.01.95”. It is in perfect condition and measures 52” wide, 26” deep and is 28-1/2” high.
This French art deco center table dates from the 1930s. The table sits on bun feet with a sectioned apron base. The top rests on a reticulated column. The table is in excellent condition and measures 39” in diameter and is 28” high.
A very nice French art deco rectangular occasional table. The top and middle level are of figured walnut. The lower level with lap feet is in high gloss black lacquer as are the curved supports. The table has been expertly refinished and measures 27-1/2” by 15-3/4” and is 23” high.
A stunning French art deco bar cart by Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) from the 1930s. The cart, in excellent original condition, features a chrome frame on brass wheels with rubber tires. Brass handles are attached with chrome banding. The two tray levels are black glass trimmed with chrome. The cart measures 17-1/2” by 28-1/2” and is 26” high.
A very slim and elegant bookcase cabinet designed and constructed by the French master Andre Sornay (1902 – 2000) ca. 1930, working from his atelier at 10 Rue Paul Chnavard in Lyon, France. The tall door opens to reveal five adjustable shelves. The cabinet is a stylish repository for your favorite books or valuables. The cabinet is made of choice mahogany veneers and decorated with a border design of Sornay’s trademark exposed brass nail heads. The cabinet measures 65-1/2” high and 17” deep yet is only 13” wide.
This pair of French art deco club chairs are superb in every aspect. The fully sprung seats and backs are covered in Cinnamon colored ultra suede leather as well as the bottom and sides. The flowing arms as well as the splay back legs are lacquered in dark brown. The splay front legs are a continuation of the arms. The chairs each measure 28” wide by 36” deep. The backs are 33” high.
This commodious French art deco cabinet dates from the 1930s. Featuring Burlwood veneers and a mahogany foot, the cabinet has seven shelves behind the left door and four shelves behind the right door. Hinges, keys and fittings are in bright nickel. The cabinet measures 47” wide by 16” deep and is 63” high.
A very special French art deco 1930’s bibliotheque. Constructed of matched macassar ebony veneers with solid mahogany trim and foot. The handles, keys and hinges are of nickeled bronze. The cabinet has full doors on each side which open to reveal 4 shelves for books or storage. The center door has a closed shelf on the bottom, two glassed in shelves and an open shelf on top. The quality is comparable to Leleu or Dominique. The bibliotheque measures 61 ½” wide, 71 ½” high and 18” deep.
A large and impressive French Art Deco macassar ebony coffee table after a design by Emile Jacques Ruhlmann (1879 -1933). This table follows Ruhlmann’s 1918 – 1919 “Basse-Boule Cabanel” table design but was not made in his atelier. The table has a thick top in macassar ebony veneer resting on four large ribbed macassar ebony balls, the whole seated on an open base of the same wood. The table, which has just been refinished, measures 31” wide x 58” long and is 24” high.
This asymmetrical French art deco cabinet dates from the 1930s and is constructed of matched Brazilian rosewood veneers and mahogany. The bright nickel fittings contrast with the warm tones of the exotically figured rosewood. Set on a plinth and lap feet, the cabinet features a full door on the left which opens to reveal shelves. The curved door on the right below the shelf covers a storage space. Finished in a high gloss lacquer, the cabinet is 36” tall, 31-1/2” wide and 16-1/2” deep.
This French art deco desk dates from the 1930s and is constructed from matched macassar ebony veneers with solid mahogany trim and stepped feet. The hinges and pulls are nickeled bronze. The desk has a long drawer and two doors concealing three drawers on one side and a shelf and vertical files on the other. The desk measures 31” x 55” and is 29-1/2” high.
This French art deco sideboard was designed by Jules Leleu (1883-1961). A black marble top containing white and gold inclusions trimmed with a bronze edge sits atop a two drawer, three door macassar ebony cabinet. Bronze pulls, fittings and feet compliment the look. The sideboard measures 78 ¾” wide x 38 ½” high and 19 ½” deep.
This pair of fabulous design French rosewood art deco couch or bedside tables from the 1930’s. The tables, with a curved front support each have a drawer with a round olive colored bakelite knob. Both tables have a metal tag reading “Fabrique de Muebles, Henri Bonjour & Cie., 42-43-44 Cours de la Liberte, tel 11-60 Lyon”. The tables each measure 16” wide x 13-1/4” deep and sit 24-1/2” high.
This French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree dates from the late 1920s and features a beveled oval mirror, a shelf for hats, four hooks for coats, a marble shelf for coins & keys and a space for umbrellas and canes. The iron is wrought into swirls and geometric lines. The stand measures 26” wide, 84” tall and extends 9” from the wall.
This French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree is from the 1930s. The hall tree is 75-1/2” high, 24” wide and extends 9” from the wall.
This large French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree dates from the 1930’s. The stand features a hat rack across the top, six coat hooks, a light, two umbrella/cane holders and a marble shelf for keys and change. The hall tree, which displays a variety of ironworking techniques, is 51 ½” wide and 75” high yet is only 10” deep.
This French rosewood art deco asymmetrical mirror dates from the 1930’s. The two shelves with glass tops are connected with a nickel pole and cap. The full length mirror is beveled. The mirror is 68 ¼” high and 41” wide yet only extends 10” from the wall. This piece will add a touch of class to any bedroom or entry hall.
This French art deco bergere dates from the late 1920s and has been refinished in silverleaf applied by the traditional hand method. The chair has been re-upholstered in Prelle “Water Lillies” fabric of cotton and silk. The chair measures 23-1/2” wide x 32” deep and 29” high.
A fine pair of French art deco 1930s chairs in geometric fabric. The chairs feature great curved arms and legs of ebonized wood. The chairs measure 21” wide, 19” deep and 30” high.
This French art deco vitrine dates from the 1930’s and was designed by Jules Leleu (1883-1961). The body is of macassar ebony veneers, ebonized wood with brass trim and fittings. The vitrine features a sycamore interior with glass shelf and measures 35-1/2” wide x 16” deep and is 51-3/4” high.
This pair of French art deco chairs date from the 1930’s. The chairs feature great curved arms and comfortable seats and backs upholstered in geometric fabric. The chairs are 21” wide, 19” deep and 30” high.
This French art deco occasional table dates from the 1930’s. Constructed of mahogany and black glass with nickel fittings, the table, with it’s sweeping feet and rolled ends exhibits the clean style of great French furniture. The table measures 27-1/4” wide, 15=3/4” deep and 19-1/2” high.
This French art deco asymmetrical vanity dates from the 1930’s. The vanity with rosewood veneers, brass pulls and a soft cushion for your feet is 53” wide x 16 ½” deep and 36” high.
This set of ten French Art Deco dining chairs was designed by Jules Leleu (1883-1961). The chairs have saber front legs and splay rear legs and have their original leather upholstery. They measure 19” wide and 19” deep and are 34-1/2” high. The chairs are original to the Leleu table below, but are also sold separately.
This French art deco dining table was designed by Jules Leleu (1883-1961) in 1931. Constructed of macassar ebony veneers with gilt bronze feet and trim. The table measures 71” x 40” and is 29” high and is dated 1931. When the two 18” leaves are added, the table is 107” long.
This Art Deco Cocktail Cart is stunning in black lacquer, blue mirror and bright nickel. Dating from the 1930’s the cart has an ingenious mechanism that raises the lower section to the top level and locks it in the cart is 27-1/2” high, 30-1/2” long and is 15” wide (30” wide when the lower level is up).
This French Art Deco occasional table has veneers of an exotic figured wood. The round top sits on four slab legs which separate the four pie shaped lower shelves. The table measures 27-1/2” in diameter and is 20” high.
This French Art Deco vanity dates from the 1930s and doubles as a stylish occasional table. The mahogany veneer, finished on all four sides in high gloss exhibits beautiful graining. Lift the top with the nickel handle and you have a mirror and three compartments for combs, brushes and other necessities. The vanity measures 26-1/4” x 16-1/2” and is 29” high.
This impressive and comfortable 1930’s French Art Deco club chair has been recovered in genuine mohair. Sitting on two long mahogany stained feet with the seat projecting forward from the arms and measuring 30” x 30” x 36” high, the chair has a commanding presence.
This impressive 1930’s French art deco hall tree is of hand wrought iron in a variety of techniques. There is a shelf on top for hats, four hooks for coats, a marble shelf for keys and change and lower rack for umbrellas. The beveled mirror is available for that “last minute check”. The hall tree measures 34 ¼” wide x 75 ½” high and is only 6 ½” deep.
This pair of French art deco club chairs date from the 1930’s. The carved front legs extend up to support the arms and the round back is surrounded by a matching wood crest. The chairs have been reupholstered in warm brown mohair. They measure 28 ½” wide x 28” deep x 34 ¾” high. The seats are 15 ½” high.
This French art deco coffee table dates from the 1940’s and is of hand wrought iron with brass trim. The top is a slab of polished green and black marble. The table measures 21” wide x 38 ½” long x 18” high.
This French art deco Palissandre (Rosewood) vitrine by Jules Leleu (1883 – 1961) is from the 1930’s and features a top compartment with two sliding glass doors and a glass shelf. A lower compartment has two wood doors with inlay marquetry and bronze fittings and keys. The interior is finished in blond sycamore. The vitrine measures 19” deep x 39” wide x 51” high.
A French art deco daybed in Palissandre (Rosewood). One side has two shelves with a nickel rod support. The other side has a storage cabinet with door and a lift top to reveal a separate storage area. Both sport bright nickel handles. The bed area is well sprung and has been recovered in geometric fabric. A pair of black mohair bolsters completes the ensemble. The daybed measures 107“ long x 33 1/2” ” deep and is 34 ½” high.
This French art deco hand wrought iron and "Portoro" marble coffee table dates from the late 1930’s and features a variety of iron working techniques. The table measures 32” in diameter and is 18 ¼” high.
This set of 10 French art deco chairs is attributed to Jacques Adnet (1900 – 1984) and dates from the 1930’s. The chairs feature saber front legs and splay rear legs. The back supports mimic the rear legs and bow out to contain three back splats. With their original green vinyl upholstered seats, the chairs measure 17” wide x 18” deep and are 32” high and are in excellent condition.
This French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree dates from the 1930’s and is in a classical shield form. The hall tree has a central mirror, a shelf for hats, six hooks for coats and a container for umbrellas. The tree measures 29 ½” wide x 77” high and is 6” deep.
A wonderful French art deco occasional table from the 1930’s. Beautifully configured in Palissandre Rosewood and Mahogany with lap feet, sweeping supports and a nicely inlaid top in a sun ray pattern. An additional bonus is the ball balanced on the base. The table measures 24” in diameter and stand 21 ½” high.
These fourteen French art deco dining chairs feature sabre front legs and arched rear legs with a serpentine top. Constructed of Northern Beech with spring seats, the chairs are ready to be stained in your choice of finish, from blonde to ebony and upholstered in your choice of fabric. The chairs are 17 ½” wide x 18” deep and 39 ¼” high.
A handsome French art deco center table dating from the 1930’s and constructed with exotic lemonwood and acacia wood veneers. The table will serve equally well as a center table or a coffee table and measures 37 ½” in diameter and stands 24” high.
A fine French art deco asymmetrical hand wrought iron hall tree from the 1930’s. The hall tree features a top shelf for hats, six hooks for coats, a mirror, a marble shelf for keys and change and two compartments for umbrellas or canes. The tree is 75” high, 25 ½” wide and 7” deep.
The genius of Jules Leleu (French), 1883-1961, at its best! This is the most exciting Leleu sideboard we’ve ever had for sale. Sitting on an African rosewood base with gold leafed bronze sabots and trim this French art deco sideboard features intricate Palissandre veneers in diamond and square shapes with mother of pearl dots in the center. The two pillars have inlays of squirrels, butterflies, flowers, stars and leaves. The center two doors open to reveal a shelf with two drawers and the side doors cover a shelf each, with detail marquetry on the shelf fronts. The sideboard is further accented by ebonized wood trim and measures 90 ¾” long x 20” deep and is 38” high.
A comfortable yet stylish pair of French art deco arm chairs dating to the 1930’s. These chairs, in mahogany stained beech and soft cream leather invite you to “sit and rest a spell”. The chairs are refinished in a high gloss lacquer and measure 25 ¼” wide x 31” deep and are 28 ¼” high. The seat height is 13”.
French art deco screens are getting hard to find…great ones are rare. This screen is one of the period’s exceptional ones. The four panel screen is of wood with the surface coated with a sand impregnated paint. Large and small carved Koi carp in high relief as well as under water vegetation decorate the screen. It measures 73” high and the four 26” panels give it a width of 104”.
A wonderful French art deco oak dining table and six chairs by Charles Dudouyt (-1947). The table measures 41” wide by 74” long and is 29” high. With the 23 ½” integral dutch leaves extended, the table is 111” long. The six chairs which measure 17 ½” x 17 ½” x 33” high have their original rush seats and have a height of 19”. They are en suite with the sideboard, dessert and silver chest below.
This French art deco oak sideboard by Charles Dudouyt (- 1947) is en suite with the dining table and chairs above and the dessert and silver chest below. The sideboard has a checkerboard top like the dining table. The central bank of four drawers is flanked by two doors which open to reveal two shelves. The sideboard measures 86 ½” wide c 22” deep and stands 43” high.
Also en suite with the table, chairs, sideboard above and the silver chest below, is this French art deco oak dessert by Charles Dudouyt (- 1947) which shares the legs, checkerboard top and block doors. The dessert measures 60 ½” wide x 16 ½” deep x 43” high.
A rare French art deco oak silver chest by Charles Dudouyt (- 1947). What appears to be a drawer with a wood pull is actually a door opening to reveal space for serving trays, pitchers and large items. The top flips up for storage of flatware. The chest is 25” wide x 16 ½” deep and is 43” high. En suite with the Dudouyt dining table, chairs, buffet and dessert items above.
This pair of French art deco arm chairs were designed and constructed ca. 1935 in the workshop of Alfred Porteneuve (1896 – 1949). Porteneuve, the nephew of Jacques-Emile ruhlmann editioned his furniture in Ruhlmann’s later years and after his death in 1933 continued the tradition of quality craftsmanship. These chairs are of macassar ebony with an upholstery of moiré silk pattern suede. The chairs measure 24” wide x 20” deep and 33 ¾” high.
This 1930’s French art deco vitrine is constructed of book-matched macassar ebony veneers with black lacquer trim. It was designed and executed in the atelier of Jean Pascaud (1903 – 1996). The interior is of blond sycamore. The curved doors on each side are fitted with shelves. The fittings are nickeled brass. The center display door above the lower two handled drawer has a beveled glass front. There are two glass shelves. The top is an inch thick slab of black marble with white inclusions. The vitrine measures 59” wide x 17 ½” deep and 58” high.
This French art deco bibliotheque features shelves, shelves and more shelves. The exterior is of fine walnut veneer with distinctive graining, French polished to a warm glow. There is a nice display area in above the center door. The interior features a multitude of adjustable shelves for your storage needs. Sitting on an indented black lacquer base the cabinet measures 88” wide x 18” deep x 70 ½” high.
A pair of stylish French art deco “Leaf” chairs. In their original salmon mohair, the chair backs are in the shape of a leaf with a bouquet pattern embossed on the seat. The mahogany stained frame curves around the back and forms one arm for each chair. The front legs are carved in acanthus leaf design. The chairs each measure 27” wide x 24” deep x 37” high.
A stylish French art deco cabinet in the exotic rosewood the French call Palissandre. Dating from the 1930’s this exceptional cabinet was designed by Alfred Lévy and executed by “Les Ateliers Majorelle” possibly in conjunction with the 1937 Colonial Exposition in Paris. It has two doors which open to reveal a pair of shelves, three drawers and a generous display area. The five pulls are of solid elephant ivory. The piece is signed “Majorelle, Nancy” on the lower right side and measures 37” wide x 16” deep and is 48” high.
This French art deco hall tree dates from the 1930’s and is constructed of hand wrought iron and polished aluminum. The hall tree features a shelf for hats, hooks for coats, holders for umbrellas and canes, a marble shelf for keys and a beveled mirror. The tree measures 36” wide x 79” high and is 7 ½” deep.
This French art deco occasional table dates from the 1930’s and features eight storage cuby holes, two on each side. The table is constructed of mahogany with burl walnut veneers with a black lacquer base and a black with white inclusions marble top. The table measures 19” x 19” and is 24 ½” high.
A French art deco wrought iron umbrella stand with nickel accents. The stand dates from the 1930’s and measures 32” wide x 22” high x 6 ½” deep.
This superb French art deco desk and chair are by Léon Jallot (1874 – 1967). Created in the 1930’s of Brazilian Rosewood with bronze handles, pulls and sabots the desk has five drawers and pull-out slides on each side. The desk measures 64” x 30” and is 30” wide. The 19 ½” wide extensions each add 12 ½” to the width. The matching chair with bronze sabots and black leather seat and back measures 23” wide, 23” deep and 29” high.
This French art deco arm chair dating from the 1930’s has a look of class and the quality to back it up. The mahogany arms sweep down and then forward to form the front legs, the seat, back and arms are covered in black ostrich leather. The chair measures 23 ½” wide x 24” deep and 33” high.
This remarkable French art deco fire screen was designed and executed by Raymond Subes (1893-1970). Of hand wrought iron, the screen has two peacocks amid foliage and berries with double scroll feet, the screen measures 35 ½” high x 31 ½” wide.
This French art deco club chair is by Pierre Chareau (1883-1950) and dates from the 1930’s. The chair has a mahogany frame and chenille upholstery. It measures 24 ½” wide x 29” deep and is 29 ¼” high.
This French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree features a mirror, hat rack, six pegs for coats, separate holders for canes and umbrellas and even two holders for gloves. The 1930’s hall tree measures 73” high, 26” wide and 6” deep.
This French art deco coffee table is from Maison Jansen and dates from the 1940’s. Constructed from stained and gilded oak with a parchment center and glass top. The table has brass tips on its feet and measures 20” x 42” and is 17 ½” high.
This elegant French art deco occasional table has a mahogany base with three spread feet and a top of beveled black glass. The table stands 18 ¾” high and is 21” in diameter.
This spectacular art deco bar in the manner of Dominique, dates from the 1920’s and shows the work of a master ébeniste. The top, sides and legs are of Palissandre veneer with the grain in a vertical manner. The pull down service area is in Palissandre with a horizontal manner; the interior in Sycamore. The two doors are in a horizontal grained Palissandre with a central panel on each and the veneer in a rayed pattern radiating from the key escutcheon. The two doors open to reveal five drawers on the left and three shelves on the right. The fittings and sabots are of bronze. The bar measures 52” high x 45” wide x 16” deep.
This French art deco coffee table was designed by Andre Hammel and crafted by Maison Ramsay, the interior design firm he owned with Louis Sée from the 1930’s through the 1970’s. Dating from the 1940’s, the table base is gilt bronze and the shaped ¾” glass is original. The table is 42” x 21 ¼” and stands 17 ½” high.
This French art deco console table dates from the 1930’s. With its curved supports, chrome stretcher bars and pulls and high gloss finish it will add style and grace to any room. The table measures 36” wide x 17 ½” deep and 29 ½” high.
A wonderful French art deco buffet from the 1930’s by Pierre Dariel (known as DOLT). Alone among the premier decorators of the time, Dariel closed up shop for good in 1940 due to the occupation of France. This sideboard has eight drawers and a pair of doors which open to reveal long shelves. The meticulous silver leaf finish is relieved by nickel bronze pulls and exterior geometric hinges. The piece is signed in script on the back “Pierre Dariel” and measures 77 ½” wide by 23” deep and is 39 ½” high.
This handy French art deco cabinet with a two level top has been refinished. The asymmetrical design features two Portoro marble tops and the door has a bright nickel pull. The interior has three shelves for storage. The cabinet measures 53” high x 24” wide x 11” deep and is etched on the marble “Gaston Riou”.
This French art deco chair dates from the 1930’s and features Burlwood veneer on the sides. The wood has been refinished to a high gloss, the chair reupholstered in a geometric fabric and the springs retied. The chair is 33” deep x 26” wide x 30” high.
This French art deco three piece salon set was designed ca. 1925 by Paul Follot (1877 – 1941) when he was director of Pomone Studios, the custom design workshop of the French department store Au Bon Marche. The sofa and two chairs are of blond mahogany with fluted front arms and legs. The sofa is 52” wide x 32” deep and 29 ½” high. The chairs are 29” wide x 32” deep and 28” high.
This French art deco pedestal table was designed by Paul Follot (1877 – 1941) in the late 1920’s, probably when he was at the Paris branch of Waring & Gillow. The table is of dark mahogany with a fluted central column spreading into an octagonal base. The top has a 3 ½” ribbed apron. The table has one leaf and gate legs which swing down for support. It measures 29 ½” high x 45” wide and 55” long (which extends to 78 ½” long with leaf inserted).
This French art deco desk is in blond mahogany and burl walnut with black lacquer trim. The desk has a spacious center drawer and locking door on either side of the seating area. The left hand side has three pull out drawers and the right side two pull out shelves. The desk measures 65” wide x 31 ½” deep and is 31” high.
This French art deco rosewood vitrine dates from the 1930’s and features a top compartment with two sliding glass doors and a glass shelf. A lower compartment has two wood doors with inlay rosewood marquetry and bronze fittings and keys. The interior is finished in blond sycamore. The vitrine measures 19” deep x 39” wide x 51” high.
A French art deco hand wrought iron and beveled glass mirror suspended by a silk cord with tassels. The mirror, which dates from the 1930’s is in excellent condition and is ready to hang. The wrought iron measures 31 ½” wide x 46”. The silk cord adds another 12” to the height.
This French art deco occasional table is lacquered wood, glass and aluminum and dates to the 1930's. With its 1/2" glass top it is ideal as an occasional table or a stand for stereo or TV. The table measures 35" wide x 23 1/2" deep and is 24" high.
This French art deco wrought iron console displays a variety of hand working techniques, some traditional and some unique. The most unusual is in the central panel where the Ferronier has hammered the iron into a continuous rope tied into 34 knots truly an amazing display of technique. The top is fitted with a conforming 1" thick slab of pink, green, orange and white marble. The console is 48" wide x 40" high x 13" deep.
A French art deco arm chair from the 1930‚s. This black leather arm chair features straight tapering front legs and slightly curved rear legs finished in black lacquer. The chair has a sprung seat and back and is in excellent condition. It measures 25 1/2" wide, 23" deep and is 33 1/2" high at the back.
This French art deco leather sofa dates from the 1930's and goes well with the two brown leather chairs (FF 67). The sofa has been recovered in brown glove leather. The springs have been retied and it is ready for your home. The sofa measures 65" wide x 33" deep and 33" high.
This incredibly stunning French art deco console features massive hand wrought iron supports hammered into geometric forms and a fitted pink marble top. The console measures 47" wide, 41" high and 14" deep.
This French art deco African rosewood vitrine with its blond sycamore interior dates from the 1930's. From its lap feet with scrolls to its nickel hardware to its beveled glass door it will display your prized possessions in the best of taste. The vitrine measures 65" high x 34" wide x 15" deep.
This French art deco two tier coffee table has three "waterfall" support legs and a 2 3/4" top. Constructed of Brazilian mahogany veneers with a book matched top of flame mahogany, the table will add excitement to any room. The table measures 29" across and is 20" high.
French art deco at its finest, these four arm chairs were designed by Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) in the 1930's. The arms are mahogany stained beech and the seats and backs are tan glove leather. The chairs measure 24" wide x 24" deep and are 33" high in the back.
Louis Katona designed and made this French art deco table ca. 1925. The hand wrought iron frame features laurel leaves, vines and berries and is marked “L. Katona”, “Beaux Arts” and “France”. The two levels are of fine marble. The table measures 22 ¾” x 14” and stands 20 ½” high.
What an unusual French art deco table. This small (19” diameter, 22” high) mahogany table features a two tier base with a removable tray top. Under the beveled glass top there is a hand carved face in the 1920’s style.
A very rare and unusual French art deco end table. This two level table in exotic mahogany veneers has two drawers with nickel pulls and a five sided column topped with a nickel and geometrically etched 14” high glass light. The table is 17 ¾” deep and 19 ½” wide. The table top is 18” high and the illuminated column is 45 ½” high.
A fine French art deco macassar ebony table from the 1930’s that can be used for dining or as an impressive desk or conference table. Constructed from old growth veneers, the desk has a professional wax finish and measures 71” x 41 ½” and is 29” high.
An exceptional French art deco dining table and six armchairs by Djo-Bourgeois (1898 - 1937). The table has two semicircular bases of metal, each with three pillars supporting the top. At each end are integral pull out leaves. The six arm chairs are comfortable and stylish. The table measures 71" long x 40" wide and when the two 19" leaves are extended, the table is 110" long. The arm chairs feature silver metal sabots and are 22 ½” wide x 17” deep and 33” high.
A set of eight very elegant French art deco dining chairs designed by Jules Leleu (1883 - 1961). The frames are in mahogany stained beech with their original red vinyl upholstery and comfortable sprung seats. Each chair measuring 18" wide x 19" deep and standing 41" high.
This French art deco sofa and chairs set was designed by Jules Leleu (1883 - 1961). The wood is finished in cream lacquer and the pieces are upholstered in eggplant suede leather. The sofa measures 69" wide x 27" deep x 31" high. The chairs measure 26" wide x 27" deep and 31" high.
A very nice 1930s French art deco secretary in rosewood. The interior of the writing compartment is in blond sycamore with a glass shelf. The storage compartment is also in blond Sycamore with a matching shelf. The left hand side has two adjustable shelves. The finish is high gloss and the fittings are brass. It measures 40" wide x 15" deep x 43" high.
This French art deco table dates from the 1930s and has a hand wrought iron base with three feet and a tan marble top. The table is 16" high and 12" in diameter.
This French art deco serving cart dates from the 1930s and is constructed of mahogany, polished aluminum and glass. The cart moves about on four wheels and the handled tray removes for serving. The wood has been refinished and the aluminum polished. It measures 24" x 18" and is 26" high.
A beautiful 1920s French art deco coffee table. The rectangular table sits on four ebonized saber legs and features a rosewood top with a center cartouche of Burlwood inlaid with various fruitwoods and mother of pearl. The table is 31" x 16" and stands 13" high.
A pair of French art deco Carpathian elm burl side tables, ca. 1930s. These side tables each feature one shelf, one drawer and Ivory pulls. The tables measure 17" wide x 13" deep x 22" high.
This superb French art deco occasional table was exhibited at the 1923 Salon De Automne by D.I.M. (Decoration Interieure Moderne) and was designed by Rene Joubert (1931) and Georges Mouveau. The table is a "tour de force" of French design in palissandre with delicate tapering legs reeded at the top and terminating in bullet feet. The top and apron feature patchwork sections of palissandre wood separated by mother of pearl stinging and a multicolored mother of pearl flower in the center. The table measures 21" on each side and stands 30" high.
A pair of very unusual French art deco "leaf" chairs in mahogany. These comfortable chairs have wide spring seats, a serpentine front and the details on the legs are highlighted in gold. The chairs each measure 26" wide by 23" deep and are 41" high.
This French art deco rosewood and mahogany table can lead a double life. It is impressive as a center or card table. It measures 30" high and 42" on each side, but when extensions are pulled out from opposite sides there is accommodation for "table cloth" leaves, making the table 63" long, which will seat six. The table has been refinished in high gloss clear lacquer and is ready for your home.
This pair of French art deco club chairs from the 1930s exhibit great styling with their sweeping arms and splayed front legs. The seats and backs are fully sprung with the springs retied. The ebonized arms and legs have been freshly done and they have been reupholstered in a stylish fabric with white on white design. As comfortable as they are good looking, the chairs measure 26" wide x 27" deep x 31" high.
This pair of French art deco boudoir chairs from the 1930s are the kind one would place in a bedroom for occasional sitting; such as when a lady would put on her stockings. Dark brown lacquered wood and a modernistic black on black fabric make for a chic look on these useful chairs. The chairs measure 15" wide x 15" deep x 28 " high.
This pair of French art deco chairs are upholstered in their original mohair fabric and are in excellent condition. Springs in the back & seats make for a very comfortable sit. With the springs retied and the wood refinished, these chairs are ready for an evening of reading, watching TV or just relaxing. The chairs measure 23" wide x 36" deep and 31" high.
This French art deco wrought iron and marble center table features a three tier base and a wrought iron support resembling fern heads. The table measures 36" diameter and is 28 ½ high.
This French art deco 1930's dining table was designed by Jules Leleu. Constructed of African rosewood and African rosewood veneers, the table features basket weave marquetry top and pull out extensions on each end to accommodate "tablecloth" leaves. The table measures 36 ½ wide x 66" and stands 30" high.
A Jules Leleu art deco coffee table with Palissandre veneer top and solid palissandre legs. The top in 3 ½ squares of alternating grain with inlaid ivory dots. Fitted with a bronze guard rail around the top and bronze sabots. The table measures 29" in diameter and is 21" high.
This sensational French art deco occasional table features crotch mahogany veneers on solid mahogany construction. The three legs which each terminate in two ovoid feet have a carved triangular cartouche of geometric flowers. Standing 22 ½ high and measuring 24" in diameter, this table will make an impact in any room.
This French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree dates from the 1930's and features hat rack, multiple coat holders, umbrella and cane holders and even a tray for plants. A tan marble shelf for keys and accessories and a beveled mirror complete this fine entry piece for your home. The hall tree measures 40" wide x 77" high and 11" deep.
A French art deco hand wrought iron hall tree from the 1930's. The hall tree has decorative scrollwork in a sunburst pattern, with a beveled mirror and green marble shelf. It has a shelf for hats, hooks for coats, receptions for umbrellas and canes ... even two holders for gloves. The hall tree is 74" high and 28" wide.
This French art deco occasional table with lemonwood and Indian rosewood top, Indian rosewood skirt and macassar ebony legs measures 21 ¾" high x 24" diameter.
This spectacular French art deco game table was designed by Jules Leleu in the 1930's. From the starburst rosewood veneer top which swivels and opens to reveal a blond playing surface to the delicate cross-band marquetry on the corners of the bronze sabots on the feet. This exceptional table measures 37 ½ x 23 ½ (47" open) by 29" high.
A fabulous looking and deeply comfortable pair of French art deco leather club chairs from the 1930's. These chairs feature spring seats and backs and even have springs in the arms. The chairs have been recovered in glove leather and the springs have been retied…ready for 70 more years of solid comfort. The chairs measure 36" wide x 37" deep and are 29" high. $ 2500 the pair
This French art deco table features four curved supports and an inset glass center. Constructed of walnut, the table dates from the 1930's and measures 32" in diameter and stands 23 ½ high.
A classic French art deco table from the 1930's with unusual understructure of mahogany stained beech and a rosewood veneer top in a starburst pattern. The table measures 28" diameter and stands 21" high.
This French art deco dining room suite by Charles Dudouyt ( - 1947) features a sideboard, dining table with integral leaves, six side chairs and two arm chairs. The sideboard has a top of rust, gray and white marble, two side doors revealing drawers and shelves and two central doors revealing shelves. The oak body has ribbon décor on the front and sides, copper fittings and a wonderful lap cap foot. The table again of solid oak repeats the ribbon design of the sideboard and at each end has doors revealing storage with copper pulls and the same lap foot. The leaves pull out from each end and have their own supports. The six side chairs of solid oak feature upholstered backs and seats and copper buttons on the backs. The arm chairs have upholstered seats and backs. The sideboard measures 90" long x 22" deep x 44" high. The dining table measures 65" long (109" with leaves open) x 39" wide x 29" high. The side chairs measure 17 ½ wide x 19" deep x 32 ½ high, the armchairs measure 19 ½ wide x 19 ½ deep x 34" high.
This French art deco arm chair was designed by Eugene Printz (1879 – 1948) and a smilar model was exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1935 and is illustrated in Bujon and Dutko's Book "E. Printz". Constructed of solid walnut and still retaining its original green leatherette upholstery and brass tacks, the chair has brass springs and is in original condition with a nice patina on the wood. The chair measures 33 ¾ high x 23 ½ wide and 20" deep.
An important French art deco desk by Charles Dudouyt ( - 1947) in Scandinavian oak with bronze fittings, from the late 1930's. One side has a locking door and drawer, the other has three shelves. A similar desk is shown in the 1948 issue of “Le Décor d'Aujourd'hui" in a retrospective of Dudouyt's work. Dudouyt exhibited at the 1936 and 1937 Salons of Societe des Artistes Décorateurs. This desk is branded on the underside with Dudouyt's cipher and measures 63 ¾ long x 25 ½ deep and is 31" high.
This pair of French art deco tables would work equally well beside a sofa or a bed. The tables are finished on all four sides in burl walnut veneers with nickel fittings. Each table has two shelves and a door, one opening to two more shelves, the other swinging open to reveal two curved shelves on the door. The tops flip down for additional serving area...or breakfast in bed! The tables each measure 34" wide x 12 1/2" deep (25" deep with tops flipped down) and stand 25" high.
This sideboard matches the Gautier Poincignon table but is sold separately. Recently French polished, the macassar ebony and stained beech sideboard features a marble top in black, gray, white and rust. The sideboard measures 54" wide x 18" deep and stands 38" high and is signed.
Designed and executed in the 1930's by the Nancy, France Atelier Gautier Poincignon. This stained beech and macassar ebony art deco dining table is nicely refinished with a French polish. The signed table measures 67" long by 36" wide and 30" high. When the two 19 ½ leaves are added, the table extends to measure 106" long.
This French art deco wrought iron console is a masterpiece of the Ferronier's art. Delicate tracery combines with superb hammer work to create a fantasy as individual as a signature. The console features dore and bronze foot and detail and a verde green fitted marble top. The console measures 37 ½ wide x 9 ½ deep x 33 ¼ high.
This French art deco center table dates from the 1930's and is of highly figured blond mahogany. The table measures 31 ½ in diameter and stands 23 ½ high.
A wonderful pair of French art deco bergeres dating from the 1930's, these chairs have a mahogany frame with reeded front legs and still have their original fabric upholstery. The chairs measure 25" wide x 27" deep x 35 ½ high.
A fine bronze and etched glass table by Jules Leleu. The supports and fittings are of two colors of bronze. The original etched glass top features a face in a sunburst motif with gold highlights surrounded by stylized Fleur de Lys. The table measures 30" in diameter and is 19 ½ high.
A French art deco wrought iron hall tree with series of hooks and decorative scrollwork centering a mirror and marble shelf below, all above a flower box and umbrella stands, measuring 73" high x 35" wide and 9 ¼ deep.
This is a spectacular art deco sideboard by Jules Leleu. The exterior is wonderfully grained macassar ebony. The two outer doors open to reveal an interior with two adjustable sycamore shelves with inlaid fronts. The two center doors are inlaid with macassar ebony in a "basket weave" pattern and this is further inlaid in a flowing leaf design in fruitwood with Mother of Pearl flowers. Behind the two center doors is another sycamore interior with a shelf supporting two drawers. The whole rests on macassar legs with bronze sabots. There are bronze details and bronze trim around a 1 ½ marble top. The whole measures 95" long x 20 ½ deep x 40" high.
This art deco table has some of the finest hand wrought iron work we have seen. The black glass top has an etched design and is 7/8" thick. The table measures 30" square and stands 29 ½ high.
A wonderful French art deco cheval or full length mirror from the 1930's. Constructed of exceptional macassar ebony veneers and nickel fittings. The mirror portion tilts for a better view. The mirror stands 75" high, the base measures 39" x 24".
This small Jules Leleu art deco coffee table dates from the 1930's and features a metal clad wood base with three elegant legs. The glass top is original and features a mirrored center. Measures 25 ½ diameter x 18" high.
This set of four French 1930's art deco chairs consists of two arm and two side chairs, each with unusual criss-cross stretchers between the front and back legs. The high gloss mahogany frames feature pencil point front legs and tapering rear legs. All four chairs have their original period needlepoint upholstery in excellent condition on the seats and backs. The armchairs each measure 35" high x 20" wide x 20" deep, the side chairs measure 35" high x 18" wide x 20" deep.
This elegant French art deco round table features mahogany legs and apron with a rosewood starburst veneer top, the top inlaid with a looping design in ivory. The table measures 43" diameter and is 29" high.
This French art deco settee dates from the 1930's and is constructed of solid walnut. The angular arms and reverse skyscraper feet add to give it a moderne look. The settee measures 53" wide x 30" deep x 32" high.
An unusual pair of French art deco club chairs. These chairs have reverse skyscraper legs and angular mahogany trim which compliments the original geometric fabric. The fabric is in good condition with no rips or tears. The chairs each measure 25" wide x 30" deep and 30" high.
An elegant small French art deco console in a deep rich mahogany with a white, gray and rust colored marble top. The console fastens to the wall and stands on two beautifully shaped, ribbed legs. The apron features a small drawer with a geometric pull. The console is 30" high, 14" deep and 31" wide.
A very sweet French art deco coffee table in rosewood. Delicate tapering legs and a high gloss finish make this a glowing centerpiece for any room. The table measures 31 ½" in diameter and stands 21" high.
An excellent French art deco buffet in macassar ebony, nickel bronze and Italian Portoro marble. Great design from its stepped up feet to its chamfered corners makes this a piece of furniture you will be proud to own. The buffet measures 69" wide x 21" deep and stands 41" high.
This French art deco coffee table dates from the 1930's and features a "U" support, beveled foot and a strikingly grained rosewood top. The table measures 33 x 17 ¾ and stands 18 ¾ high.
This French Art Deco occasional table features unusual construction that makes it sculptural as well as functional. The perfect spot for a flower vase, sculpture or coffee cup beside your favorite chair. The supports are oak and the two surfaces are walnut. Both are the same golden honey color. The table is 23 ½ high and the top is 18 in diameter, the bottom shelf is 25 diameter.
A wonderful French Art Deco coffee table designed by Louis Sognot (1892 1970). Executed in old growth macassar ebony veneers, the table features two surfaces and four curved supports. Sognot trained at Krieger's, together with Guillemard, and was later employed by Primavera. Besides his work for Primavera, Sognot's clients included the Maharajah of Indore, Mmme Agnes and Jean Carlu; he designed office and apartment interiors, a cabin on the ocean liner Normandie and an aeroplane interior, as well as interiors for the College de France; he also designed stage sets for Henry Bernstein. From 1926 Sognot taught at the Ecole Boulle, and from 1938 at the Ecole des Arts Appliqués a l¹ Industrie; after Rene Prou's death he became artistic director of the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs. He was a member of the Union des Artistes Modernes (UAM) exhibiting, with Charlote Alix, in the first (1930) and subsequent exhibitions; he was a founder member of the Unon des Artistes Decorateurs, Createurs, Ensembliers (UADCE), and a member of the Institut d'Esthetique Industrielle. He exhibited in the 1920's at the Salon des Artistes Decorateurs, the support of Primavera and more regularly a the Salon d¹Automne (from 1923 1934). The table stands 20 high and the top surface is 19 ½¹ in diameter and the lower surface is 19 ½ in diameter , the over surface is 24 in diameter.
This French art deco Buffet by Valin Nancy is of African and Brazilian rosewood with a marble top and central display section. The Buffet measures 59" wide x 16" deep x 41" high.
This French art deco wrought iron display cabinet in the style of Paul Kiss, dates from the 1930's. The top portion has glass on the top and on all four sides so items can be viewed from any of the sides. It sits on a variegated green marble slab. The bottom is mirrored on the sides and on the two doors. The doors open to reveal six drawers. The whole sits on four curled feet. The cabinet measures 64" high x 19 ½" deep and 35 ½" wide.
This French art deco hanging vitrine features fine hand wrought iron work, a beveled mirror back, beveled glass sides and doors and two "wing" beveled glass mirrors. There is a glass shelf and a glass bottom. Dating from the 1920's the unit measures 63 1/2" wide, 18" high and projects 17" from the wall.
A very industrial steel French post-office desk with swing out stool and 25 compartments, each sized to hold 8.5" x 11" paper. A single drawer and stamp well complete the accommodations. The desk measures 29" deep and 50" wide and is 74" high. A metal tag on the side proclaims: "Propriete de L'Etat."
This is one of the more unusual French art deco display cabinets we have seen. The wood is limed and ebonized oak with white trim. The pull on the lower door is a hand carved face. The cabinet measures 33" wide x 22" deep x 51 1/2" high
A French art deco hand wrought iron coffee table dating from the late 1930's to the early 1940's, the sturdy piece is made of blackened iron with decorative brass finials at each end of the three stretcher bars with a glass top to allow the beauty of your carpet or floor to show through. Measuring 31 1/2" by 18 1/2" and standing 18 1/2" high, the table will live happily in front of your sofa or loveseat.
A fine French art deco vitrine in palissandre with a sycamore interior and 3 glass shelves. The glass door has a one inch bevel. The cabinet measures 57 1/2" high by 37" wide x 16 1/2" deep.
You can choose one, two or three of these French art deco arm chairs. Made of solid oak with the original green leatherette upholstery and brass tacks. Dating from the 1930's, these chairs exude quality from their spring seating to their masculine design. They go well with the oak Dudouyt desk above. The chairs measure 23" wide x 19" deep and 33" high.
This mahogany French art deco eight sided occasional table has two gently curving supports, a center shelf and the top lifts off for use as a serving tray. The table measures 28" wide x 19 1/2" deep and stands 24" tall.
A spectacular Palissandre and nickel French art deco rolling bar. The boat shaped bar features two galleries and fine veneers. The top opens to reveal a blond sycamore interior with chrome inserts for glass storage, the top folds back to reveal a sycamore work area. The side door reveals another sycamore interior with nickel inserts for bottle storage. The bar measures 35" long x 14" wide x 27" high.
This spectacular art deco brass bed dates from the 1930's and was made for the French market. The square brass tubing works with deco geometric friezes. Cast brass placques of satyrs playing pan pipes, nymphs playing the violin and semi-nude couples frolicking make this a rare and exciting work of art. The bed measures 56" wide and 85" long and accommodates a full size mattress.
A wonderful French rosewood art deco occasional table by Pierre Gouffe from the 1930's. The table has cut corners and an indented apron, ribbed central support and a flaring foot. The table bears his distinctive metal tag and measures 24" x 24" x 20" high. $ 1700
An art deco game table that masquerades as a console. When not in use as a game table this table can sit against a wall or free standing in a room. Pivot the top and flip…now you have a game table. A compartment under the top serves as storage. Fine African rosewood veneers polished to a high gloss and bright nickel fittings make this a table worthy of any room. The table measures 36" by 22" (36" x 44" open) and 30" high.
This art deco occasional table would fit nicely behind a couch or beside your favorite chair. Made of Cuban mahogany veneers with the top of figured mahogany root burl, the table can stand alone as a piece of sculpture. With its curved supports and twin flat surfaces the table is useful as well as beautiful. The table measures 27" x 15" and stands 24" high.
This one of a kind desk, bibliotheque and chair set was designed by Maurice Dufrene (1876 – 1955) for the “La Maitrise” stand for the French department store Les Galeries Lafayette at the 1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes,.Fully documented, this set represents an opportunity to own a piece of art deco history. The three pieces have been completely restored and are as exhibited in 1925. Dufrene, who is one of the art deco period’s major designers and historians, studied at the Ecole des Arts Decoratifs and in 1904 became a founding member of the Societe des Artistes Decorateours with whom he exhibited throughout his career. In 1921 he became artistic director of “La Maitrise”.. This ensemble, called “Goncourt” is of oak and mahogany decorated with ebony and purple heart wood. The desk top and chair seat are in black leather and the center bookcase door is beveled glass. The desk measures 55” x 29” x 29” high, the bookcase is 64” x 17” x 64” high. The chair is 29” high.
This sculptural French art deco occasional table dates from the 1930's. Of blond burl veneers, the table features four softly curving supports above a domed base. The table measures 27 1/2" in diameter and stands 24" high
A monumental buffet in Circassian walnut with aluminum fittings en suite with the desert and table and chairs above. This spectacular buffet measures 105" wide x 23" deep and 61" high and like the other pieces in this suite has been meticulously refinished. Either sidepiece can be purchased separately. The table and chairs can only be purchased with one of the side pieces.
An art deco sideboard of Circassian walnut with aluminum fittings. This sideboard features wonderful matched veneers in spectacular loops and swirls. The form is massive and masculine and measures 76" wide x 25" deep and 41" high with an 11" backsplash.
This art deco dining table is en suite with the desert and the buffet below. The table is of Circassian walnut with aluminum fittings and sits on two fluted columns. The figuring is exceptional on the tabletop which measures 79" x 37 1/2". The six chairs are of the same matched Circassian walnut with brown leather seats.
This versatile two piece French art deco hand wrought iron entryway set is from the 1920’s. The upper portion combines a mirror, hat rack and six hangers for coats. The floor portion is a repository for umbrellas and canes. The three sided top of the stand is echoed in the bottom of the mirror section. Swirling circles and undulating vertical lines lend a visual unity to the set. The top measures 36 ¾” wide x 19 ¼” high and 10 ½” deep. The bottom portion is 21” wide, 26 ½” high and 6 ½” deep.
Raymond Subes (1891 -1970) designed and constructed this French art deco table editioned by Dominique in the late 1930’s. The one inch thick marble top sits on a hand forged wrought iron base. The four bow shaped legs support a central column terminating in a ball. The apron of the table is supported by four delicate arms that wrap, tendril like, about the legs. The table is 42” in diameter and is 29” high.
This French art deco occasional table is from the 1930’s. The curly maple veneers have been quarter sawn and exhibit wonderful depth and fire. The form is pleasing, with four reverse curved supports rising from a solid maple base, topped by a 27 ½” diameter top. The table is 24” high and is in excellent condtion.