French Art Deco Dining Table by Jules Leleu, Refinished, Double Pedestal

$14,500.00

French Art Deco Center, Dining or Conference table by Jules Leleu with provenance. The fruitwood marquetry and abalone-inlaid rosewood top has been fully refinishedand sits on a bronze mounted double pedestal base. This table is expandable; having extensions on both sides for custom made insertable leaves. Leaves do not accompany table.

Jules Leleu (1883-1961)

Fruitwood marquetry, Abalone, Rosewood
France, c. 1935

The table measures 37.5 inches at it’s deepest point (the center) and tapers to 36 inches wide at each end.

Provenance:
Sotheby’s, New York, Important 20th Century Decorative Works of Art, 7 December 1999, lot 310
Private Collection, New York (acquired from the above)

Other French designers of the period include Jean Prouvé, Maison Jansen, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Paulin, Yves Klein, Jacques Adnet, Jean Royere, Pierre Chapo, Philippe Starck, Audoux Minet, Andre Arbus, Le Corbusier, Jean Nouvel

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    French Art Deco Center, Dining or Conference table by Jules Leleu with provenance. The fruitwood marquetry and abalone-inlaid rosewood top has been fully refinishedand sits on a bronze mounted double pedestal base. This table is expandable; having extensions on both sides for custom made insertable leaves. Leaves do not accompany table.

    Jules Leleu (1883-1961)

    Fruitwood marquetry, Abalone, Rosewood
    France, c. 1935

    The table measures 37.5 inches at it’s deepest point (the center) and tapers to 36 inches wide at each end.

    Provenance:
    Sotheby’s, New York, Important 20th Century Decorative Works of Art, 7 December 1999, lot 310
    Private Collection, New York (acquired from the above)

    Other French designers of the period include Jean Prouvé, Maison Jansen, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Paulin, Yves Klein, Jacques Adnet, Jean Royere, Pierre Chapo, Philippe Starck, Audoux Minet, Andre Arbus, Le Corbusier, Jean Nouvel

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