18 December 2007
LOUIS SUE (1875-1968) AND ANDRE MARE (1885-1932)
A Macassar Ebony Table, circa 1923
for the parfumerie d'Orsay
25 5/8 in. (85 cm.) high, 44½ in. (113 cm.) wide, 21½ in. (54.5 cm.) deep
With DeLorenzo Gallery, New York.
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This is one of the two tables that were commissioned for the parfumerie d'Orsay in Paris.
cf. F. Camard, Süe et Mare et la Compagnie des Art Français, Paris, 1993, pp. 185 and 278, fig. 230.
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