Jean-Charles Moreux (1889-1956). Dining room set, consisting of a rectangular dining table with two pull out extension end leaves. A set of ten chairs with a curved back and a tulip shape medallion. A sideboard, opening at the center front by a row of six drawers, two full side doors and a top wrought iron showcase. Documentation: Original blue prints of the sideboard, table and chairs. Bibliography: Susan Day, Jean-Charles Moreux. Landscape architect and decorator, Norma Editions, Paris, 1999, projects the buffet and chairs, reproduced p. 49, 51. Table: high. 75 cm (29.5 in.). Top: 197 x 113 cm (77.6 x 44.5 in). Leaves, each 63 x 113 cm (24.8 x 44.5 in.). Chair: high. 91 cm (35.8 in.). Width. 41 cm (16.1 in.) – Prof. 48 cm (23.2 in.). Sideboard: High.136 cm (53.5 in.). Width. 193 cm (76 in.) – Prof. 64 cm (25.2 in.). Bibliography: Susan Day, Jean-Charles Moreux. Landscape architect and decorator, Norma Editions, Paris.
Fair. To be restored, refinished and re-upholstered.
Height: 4 ft. 5.5 in.
Width/Length: 6 ft. 2 in.
Depth: 44.5 in.
Number of items: 12
Description: Fine French Art Deco Amaranth wood commode by Chaleyssin with bone inlays and original fine gilded bronze hardware. Most likely designed as a corner piece, the commode fits very well on a straight wall since the center back of the commode is flat. Francisque Chaleyssin (1872-1951) : la maison Chaleyssin was founded in 1867. From 1920 to 1930, this manufacture had been producing Modern furniture as a result for a successful joint venture between Francisque Chaleyssin and his son in-law, Andre Ducaroy. They gathered a team made up of the best French craftsman working with the best material. Very traditional at the begining, their production became modernist and seduced the rich french industrialist. La maison Mercier-Chaleyssin settled a workshop in the french port of LeHavre in order to participate to the decorating of titanesc liner such as « Ile de France, » « De Grasse, » le « Normandie. » Dealer Ref: 122.
Good. All original and refinished (French polish).
Height: 35.63 in.
Width/Length: 43.75 in.
Depth: 27 in.
Number of items: 1
Creator: Francisque Chaleyssin
Fine French Art Deco rosewood cabinet bar by Haentgés. The exterior bar door is leather-covered, revealing a sycamore interior with mirror and glass. Height at drop front down is 30″. Dealer Ref: 633.
Good. Good original vintage condition. need a little bit of veneer work.To be refinished. Our workshop is available for restoration and (re)finishing, per your specifications.
Height: 4 ft. 9 in.
Width/Length: 5 ft. 4.9 in.
Depth: 16.5 in.
Number of items: 1
Elegant legs with bronze sabots on front legs. Drop door opens to reveal a sycamore interior which including a drawer. Tops are rosewood veneered, black opaline tops (nicks on some corners) are available (see pictures with and without opaline). Might be used as nightstands.
Good original vintage condition. To be refinished. Our workshop is available for refinishing per your specifications.
Height: 29.53 in. (75 cm)
Width/Length: 31.89 in. (81 cm)
Depth: 16.14 in. (41 cm)