This pair of French Art Deco interior gates are from the late 1930’s. constructed on hand wrought iron, the gates have been cleaned and polished to their original dull silver color and clear lacquered to prevent rust. The “whiplash” décor is iconic to the period as are the sixteen balls across the top. The gates have their original latch and are 29” high and 48” across.
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 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.
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.