Fine Art Deco Cofee Table by Jules Leleu
A modernist French Art Deco mirrored table, created circa 1936. In sycamore, with gilt bronze accents. Signed and referenced in “Mobilier et Decoration” 1937, pg. 335, “Meubles et decors des annees 40” by Anne Bony, p.34.
Art Deco Style Console (pair available)
Modern Art Deco Style Console in the manner of Edgar Brandt
Wrought iron, with Travertine top and base
Height: 37 1/2 in, Length: 37 1/2″, Depth: 10 3/4″,
Can be customized to any dimensions. Few pairs available.
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”
Pair of French Art Deco Side Tables
Pair of Art Deco Side Tables in mahogany veneer, lemon tree, burl maple, surmounted by a glass top. H : 27 ½ in. L : 26 1/3 in. D : 12 in.
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”
Maison Leleu Modernist Round Table
Jules Leleu (1883-1961)
Modernist circular pedestal table, with green lacquered tray top resting on a beige painted drum, with chrome footrest, 1950’s. Model illustrated on page 94 in “Leleu: Decorateurs Ensembliers” by Francoise Siriex (Ed. Monelle Hayot, 2007)
Height: 30.1 in (76.5 cm), Diameter: 31.7 in (80.5 cm)
Jules Leleu Low Round Table
A Jules Leleu rosewood and chromium-plated metal and glass low table.
Viviane Jutheau, Jules and Andre Leleu, 1989, page 75 for a similar example done by Leleu for the ocean liner Normandy.
Art Deco Smoking Table by Leon & Maurice Jallot
An unusual French Art Deco Gueridon / Smoking Table by Leon and Maurice Jallot, in mahogany wood with green patinated ironwork decoration.
Unusual Art Deco Occasional Table
An unusual two-tier occasional Table in satinwood from c. 1940.
Max Ingrand Panel
A Max Ingrand verre églomisé panel.
signed “max.ingrand.37” on lower left.
Measures: Height 37 3/4in (96cm); width 70 5/8in (179cm).
L’Oeuvre de Verre de Max Ingrand, Art et Industrie, October 1932, page 26 (for a related aquatic-themed panel)
Bernard Champigneulle, Oeuvres Recentes de Paule and Max Ingrand, Mobilier et Décoration, April 1936, page 143 (for a related panel)
Pierre-Emmanuel Martin-Vivier, Max Ingrand: Du Verre à la Lumière, 2009, pp. 19 and 59 (for related panels).
Art Deco Console in the Manner of Raymond Subes
French Art Deco style console standing on two iron scrolled legs in the manner of Raymond Subes, with lacquered wood top and feet. Measures: Width 43″, depth 15 1/3″, height 34 1/2″.