Desk or Table by Claude Gaillard for Ligne Roset, France 1970s

Desk or Table by Claude Gaillard for Ligne Rose, France 1970s
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Desk or Table by Claude Gaillard for Ligne Roset, France 1970s

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  • Dimensions

    140 cm width x 65 cm depth x 76 cm height // 55.1" width x 25.6" depth x 29.9" height

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Beautiful French glass side table or desk by Claude Gaillard for Ligne Roset from the 1970s. Antoine Roset established the French modern furniture company Ligne Roset in 1860 in Montagnieu as a modest operation making bentwood walking sticks. The top of the table is made of smoked glass and has a dark brown/ almost black-colored bar of wood on the sides. The frame of the table is made of light weighted aluminum. The table is overall in good original condition with only some minimal wear of age and usage.

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Customer Reviews

Palmer Giddings

Customer - Houston USA
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I recently bought some amazing Artwork from AtKris Studio online. The whole experience was amazing. The transaction was amazingly efficient. The crating and shipping of the artwork to the United States from the Netherlands could not have gone smoother and the customer service was spot on!!  Krista was amazing and I highly recommend AtKris Studio!

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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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