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Mahogany support unit created by Jules Leleu (1883-1961), French designer who distinguished himself during the Art Deco period.
This Furniture, with two Doors closing with Walnut, is entirely decorated with a Diamond Marquetry in Blond Rosewood.
This in-between cabinet opens onto an interior composed of a Silverware Drawer in the upper part and three Sycamore Shelves with adjustable heights in the lower part.
The Front, whose original lock is in perfect working order, is adorned with Mahogany Columns forming the Base. The front feet are turned to big ball and end in brass shoes.
The quadrangular box is underlined by Brass Rings, which highlight the shapes of this Good.
This charming Furniture Signed Jules Leleu and numbered "23258" is the Perfect illustration of the Artistic Style of French Design of the interwar period.
Perfect condition after restoration in our workshop. Varnished finish.
Delivery possible, in France and in Europe, by our partner specializing in furniture transport.
Width: 84 cm
Depth: 41 cm
Height: 131 cm
ref. 604 S
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|Location||44810, Héric, France|