Art Deco Mirror with R. Lalique Glass
An Art Deco wall mirror decorated with 8 Rene Lalique glass segments, design “Merles et Raisins” of 1925, frame not of the period, measuring 40″ in height and 24″ wide.
Unusual 1940’s Bar Cabinet
1940’s bar cabinet in Rennaisance Revival Style, with polychrome hand painted decoration on black laquered wood, depicting a naval scene with coat of arms symbols and the corresponding ladies and knights dressed in different styles of fashion. The Interior is fitted with burgundy painted metal racks and wine cooler, the lateral sides interior with glass shelves.
H: 59.1 in (150 cm), W: 59.1 in (150 cm), D: 22.2 in (56.5 cm)
A Jules Leleu Rectangular Coffee Table
JULES LELEU (1883-1961)
Rosewood marquetry, with gilded bronze accents side table.
Signed, numbered and dated 1953
Height: 21”, Length: 27”, Depth: 19”
A Figural French Art Deco Buffet
A walnut and marble buffet from circa 1930's, beautifully carved in relief with a colonial African scene. Matching Server and Table available.
Art Deco Sideboard by SADDIER
A French Art Deco Buffet designed by Saddier et Fils, circa 1930's.
Set of Six French Art Deco Chairs
Set of six 1940’s dining room chairs in solid mahogany, with gilded bronze accents, upholstered in light blue velour
Art Deco Gueridon by JALLOT & Marx
A French Art Deco low round table created late 1930’s by Jallot and Marx, with a beautiful sand blasted glass top decorated with stylized rabitt amongst flower heads and folliage.
French Art Deco Buffet attributed to RENE DROUET
A French Art Deco Buffet, from circa 1930’s, attributed to Rene Drouet. Finished in a cloudy brownish red lacquer with gilt griffon front details.
Art Deco Gueridon by Paul Kiss
PAUL KISS (1885-1962)
Art Deco Gueridon, c. 1930 Stamped “P. Kiss France”
Wrought iron with Portoro marble top
H. 18.5”, Diam. 25”
French Cocktail Table by MAISON JANSEN
A low cocktail table by MAISON JANSEN, from circa 1940’s with a mirrored top on six bronze legs accented with stylized ribbon decoration.
Art Deco “Gondole” Chairs by DOMINIQUE
Andre Domin (1885-1967) & Marcel Genevriere (1885-1967)
Pair of low-back chairs “Gondole”, in light maple wood covered with mottled beige linen, from c. 1930
French Art Deco Low Cabinet by Rene Drouet & Gaston Suisse
An unusual asymmetrical cabinet designed by Rene Drouet and decorated by Gaston Suisse from circa 1930’s, at the time being used as a foyer piece. In black lacquer wood, door surrounded by a dark green frame and masterfully decorated with a gold-fish scene.