9 December 2003
PROPERTY FROM AN AMERICAN PRIVATE COLLECTION
AN AMARANTH AND INLAID IVORY 'CABANEL' CHIFFONIER**
JACQUES-EMILE RUHLMANN, CIRCA 1921-22
Model No. 1527
53in. (134.6cm.) high, 30in. (76cm.) wide, 16in. (45.1cm.) deep
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cf. Florence Camard, Ruhlmann, Master of Art Deco, 1993, p. 61, model illustrated.
See also: Yvonne Brunhammer, Art Deco Style, 1983, p. 55, design for the chiffonier No. 1527 reproduced above, and plate 106, model illustrated.
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Please note, this chiffonier is branded with the Ruhlmann mark on the rear of the front lower apron.
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