ART DECO CABINET by ANDRE SORNAY (1902-2000)
A French Art Deco cabinet By Andre Sornay, circa 1920-1925, in ebony macassar and oak, with walnut root marquetry.
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.
Sue et Mare Elegant Art Deco Bergere
Sue et Mare
Louis Sue (1875-1968) and Andre Mare (1885-1932)
An Elegant High Art Deco Armchair in mahogany, c.1920. The back covered with green leather, the front upholstered with light green suedette.
H : 36 ¼ L : 27 D : 25 ¼ in.
Set of Six Oceanliner Armchairs by Jules Leleu
JULES LELEU (1883-1961)
Set of six beech wood armchairs, “fauteuils de paquebot”, with coiled armrest supports, reupholstered with dark green leather, standing on four slightly arched feet, from circa 1949. Model used on Paquebot Liberté.
H : 34 1/4 in; L. 22 1/4 in.; D. 20.9 in.
French Art Deco Macassar Ebony Buffet
TRAVAIL FRANÇAIS 1930’s
Macassar Ebony Four-Drawers Sideboard with rosewood lateral doors interiors H. 36.2” x L. 70” x D. 22”
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 Mirror attributed to POILLERAT
French Art Deco mirror attributed to Gilbert Poillerat in patinated wrought iron with gilt accents, circa 1940’s.
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.
Cabinet by Maison Jansen
Nice cabinet by Maison Jansen with decorated parchment doors on gilded cabriolet legs
French Art Deco Console with Mirror attributed to Raymond Subes
A French Art Deco Console Table attributed to Raymond Subes, with scrolling leg and Portoro gold marble top, together with a tall piriform bevelled mirror, created circa 1930’s.
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).