16 May 2001
An 'Oeil de Tigre' and Steel Table
Designed by Jacques Adnet, 1953
The table top in lacquer, inlaid with 'oeil de tigre' decoration in the form of stars and shells, supported on wire-braced steel legs
20in. (73.8cm.) high; 79 1/8in. (201cm.) wide; 23¾in. (60.5cm.) deep
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It can suggested that the tabletop was realised in the workshop of Paul-Etienne Sain - Henri Tambuté, seated 192, rue de Vaugirard in Paris.
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