Art Deco Style Folding French Table in Walnut, Walnut Briar and Faux Bamboo
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Original and practical French folding table in Art Deco style; made between 1925 and 1930 in France; we found it in a store in the small village of Bru in the Vosges department in the Grand Est Region, the antiquarian who assured us that the table was produced by an artisan workshop in the area, which closed in 1932; for its realization has been used an exceptional quality of European walnut, the top has a slab of walnut with beautiful grains framed by boards of fine briar, while the processing of the folding support, also walnut, was made by imitating the bamboo, the so-called "faux bamboo" widely used in the Art Deco period, a set of unique and special techniques. The European walnut (Juglans Regia) is absolutely one of the most valuable and fascinating woods that make it particularly appreciated in the luxury furniture sector; walnut briar looks like a set of twisted wood fibers that give the wood its characteristic hardness and compactness; briar also has an absolutely unique aesthetic value, since, thanks to the many natural veins always different, it is very elegant and refined. With the combination of the different workings of this valuable wood, the craftsmen who have worked on this piece of furniture have managed to create a fascinating and sophisticated, compelling and versatile, easily placed in any environment. Measures: width cm.81, depth cm.51, height cm.70.
Place of origin:
70H x 81W x 51D
27,56H x 31,89W x 20,08D
Creator / Artist:
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
International - YES
Bazaar Sas Furniture
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