In rosewood, with a lyre-shape pedestal standing on an octagonal base, the table opens in the middle to receive six original centre leaves in raw wood with no apron for a total length of 168 inches, 14 feet.
Condition Good condition; wear consistent with age and use. High quality.
Height: 28 1/2 in.
Width/Length: 63 3/4 in.
Depth: 55 7/8 in.
French mid-century rectangular solid walnut dining table with two matching benches.
Table and benches can be purchased separately.
Dimensions of the benches are H 17 7/8″ x W 54 3/4″ x D 9 1/2″ – 10 1/4″.
Good original condition; wear consistent with age and use. Tops of the benches have been varnished (more shiny than the table top.)
Height: 29 1/3 in
Width/Length: 59 in.
Depth: 29 7/8 in.
Console, formerly belonging to the Comtesse Jean de Castellane (born Marie-Dorothee Louise de Talleyrand-Perigord), aunt – then sister-in-law – of the famous dandy Boni de Castellane, as evidenced by the sticker on the back of the piece.
A second more modern sticker, handwritten and apocryphal, attributes the design to her nephew Boni and indicates its provenance is the Palais Rose.
Even though this is chronologically possible, Dorothee de Talleyrand-Perigord – Boni’s aunt – having married her cousin Jean de Castellane (Boni’s actual brother!) in 1898, the Palais Rose having been inaugurated in 1902, and the Countess Jean de Castellane having died in 1948, we cannot be sure of anything. Except for the fact that this console belonged to this prestigious family and it may very well have had its place in the Palais Rose at the time.
Good condition; wear consistent with age and use.
Height: 28.75 in
Width/Length: 82.63 in.
Depth: 37.38 in.
Made with mahogany and marquetry inlays, fluted legs, a reversible / removable top, an inside chess and checker board and a backgammon field.
Stamped Papin (unknown to us, probably the workshop stamp).
Original vintage condition; wear consistent with age and use. Metal corners have been added underneath the base to reinforce the legs so the table is sturdy (see pictures). Top a little bit warped.
Height: 29.44 in
Width/Length: 33 in.
Depth: 23.63 in.
Jules Leleu: Fine French Art Deco burled walnut dining table with chromed pedestal bases. Possibility of end extension leaves.
This table is part of an emblematic dining set designed by Jules Leleu for Mr. Renaud in 1929, including 9 side + 2 arm chairs and a sideboard (also available – see photos).
Documented on page 33 in the book « Leleu décorateurs ensembliers » by Françoise Siriex, Monelle Hayot-Edition 2007.
Dining chairs and buffet also available on 1stdibs.
Fine Belgium Art Deco round dining table with a sycamore top, a rosewood and sycamore pedestal base with chrome hooping edge.
Possibility of center leaves – to be made – width will be 94″ if you add leaves.
Stamped De Coene
Good. Nice original condition. Refinished (satin).
Fine French Art Deco walnut dining set comprising a large table (with two end leaves) with chrome details and 12 side chairs (some stamped Leleu, all numbered). Dimensions of the table are W 94 1/2″ x D 47 1/4″ x H 29 3/4″. Dimension of the chairs are W 17 3/4″ x D 21″ x H 31″.
Good. 2-3 chairs need small restoration. Dining set to be refinished and re-upholstered –
Height: 29.92 in. (76 cm)
Width/Length: 7 ft. 10.5 in. (240 cm)
Depth: 47.24 in. (120 cm)
Number of items: 13
Fine French Art Deco solid and veneered cherrywood dining or writing table by Dominique with a parquetry top and brass sabots. Possibility of a center leaf (see pictures.) Dealer Ref: 709.
Good. Good original condition. To be refinished.
Height: 29.63 in.
Width/Length: 5 ft. 11.5 in.
Depth: 37.63 in.
Number of items: 1
Creator: Dominique (Andre Domin and Marcel Genevriere)
Exceptional large French 19th century solid mahogany pedestal oval table. Leaves (five of them) have been remade in the 20th century. Extend up to 145″ with the leaves. Dealer Ref: 262.
Good. All original and refinished – leaves are 20th century.
Height: 29 in.
Width/Length: 4 ft. 10 in.
Depth: 4 ft. 3 in.
Jean-Charles Moreux: One large French Art Deco walnut pedestal dining/conference table with brass details. Bibliography: Susan Day, Jean-Charles Moreux Architecte-Decorateur-Paysagiste. Norma editor.
Good. A part of the top has been re-veneered (see pictures). Scratches, wear and tear. Our workshop is available for restoration and refinishing per your specifications.
Height: 28.35 in. (72 cm)
Width/Length: 8 ft. 10.3 in. (270 cm)
Depth: 4 ft. 6.3 in. (138 cm)