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″.
Cabinet by Maison Jansen
Nice cabinet by Maison Jansen with decorated parchment doors on gilded cabriolet legs
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.
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 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.