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.
Art Deco Sideboard by SADDIER
A French Art Deco Buffet designed by Saddier et Fils, circa 1930’s.
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 Illuminated Vitrine (Pair available)
Beautiful Art Deco Illuminated Vitrine / Display Cabinet from 1950’s in ebony macassar, with modular interior supports and 2 glass shelves, perfect for collection displaying. Pair is available.
Art Deco Secretaire in the manner of Ruhlmann
An exceptional quality Art Deco Secretaire in the manner of J.E. Ruhlmann in Ebene de Macassar with galuchat (shagreen) interior, recently repolished, c. 1930.
An Exceptional French Art Deco Bar by ANDRE ARBUS
3-Piece Modular Art Deco Bar with Two Stools commisioned in 1936, mahogany wood structure with brass accents, frontal side covered in beige leather, illuminated frosted glass top and lateral mirror tops.
Bar: Height: 43.1/2” (110 cm.)
Width: 79 1/2” (200 cm.)
Depth: 14 1/2” (37 cm.)
Stools: Height: 32” (81 cm.)
A Fine Art Deco Sideboard by Jules Leleu
JULES LELEU (1883-1961)
An important rosewood cabinet, decorated with a spray of inlay mother-of-pearl flowers and butterflies, legs with gilded bronze sabots. With the original Maison Leleu label affixed, model number 27849 and dated 1955.
Height: 36″, Width: 49″, Depth: 16″