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Art Deco Sideboard in Lacquered Mahogany and Marble Top in the style of Jules Leleu, 1930s

€

7250

€

7250

€

Available

Available

Available

  • Dimensions

    Width: 180 cm / 70.9" | Depth: 50 cm / 19.7" | Height: 110 cm / 43.3"

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French art deco sideboard in piano lacquer mahogany with portoro marble top from the 1930s. This beautiful and voluminous sideboard bears a variety of Art Deco features. The foot on which the cabinet part rests flows upwards in an organic way. Between the foot and the storage part is another line that mirrors the stylized lines of the foot and thus provides firmness and support, entirely in the spirit of the art deco style. The doors have an elegant curve and curl from the inside out. These can be locked. Incidentally, the hinges of the doors are located on the outer edges, which provides a practical advantage. So you can open this sideboard completely without a door getting in the way. In the middle, we find four drawers, all with cylindrical metal handles decorated with a tight relief. When we look at the interior, it is noticeable that it is also veneered in a high-quality way. The top is made of Italian Portoro marble with recognizable gold and white veins and accents. There is a crack at the top left of the marble top but it was very well glued in the past. Furthermore, this item is in good condition.

Customer Reviews

Trey Beck

Customer - Paris
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Excellent responsiveness, and with wonderful curatorial chops!

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Shawn Henderson

Interior Designer - New York USA
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Table arrived very well crated, seller made process seamless.

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Joel Telpner

Customer - Denver USA
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This bar is amazing. Beautiful and exactly as described. A custom crate (which was a work of art itself) was built in order to ship the piece to the U.S. The bar arrived in perfect condition without a scratch. I will say that take the crate apart was not easy and was a two-person job. But worth it in the end

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