9 March 2006
PROPERTY OF A NEW YORK COLLECTOR
JACQUES ADNET (1900-1984)
An Ebonized Wood, Black Glass and Parchment Dining Table with Eight Chairs, 1930s
table with chromed-metal banding
table: 29¾ in. (75.5 cm.) high, 78¼ in. (198.5 cm.) wide, 39¾ in. (101 cm.) deep; side chairs: 30½ in. (77.4 cm.) high; two armchairs: 32¼ in. (81.9 cm.) high (9)
With Galerie Makassar, Paris.
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cf. Mobilier et Décoration, December 1937, p. 373 for a circular version of this table.
Décor d'aujourd'hui, no. 31, 1938, p. 31 for a comparable sideboard.
Mobilier et Décoration, March 1948, p. 42 for an illustration of a table of this design.
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