Side Table By Jacques Adnet Brass And Glass Guéridon , France, 1940s

Side Table By Jacques Adnet Brass And Glass Guéridon , France, 1940s

Side Table By Jacques Adnet Brass And Glass Guéridon , France, 1940s

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White round metal side table with glass top and brass decorative rings and brass feet. Designed by the legendary French luxury designer Jacques Adnet in the midcentury. We received this item from the 1st owner together with more Jacques Adnet items. They were lovers of Jacques Adnet and high end Art Deco. The table is made of white lacquered metal with a glass top and brass rings and feet. The guéridon is in vintage, used condition. Two of the rings are a bit bend. And it looks like it was re-painted white once by former owner. Traces of use to the white paint. Like many items by Jacques Adnet a real collectors item and hard to find.

Jacques Adnet

Jaqcues Adnet was a French art deco modernist designer, architect and interior designer from the 20th century. He is know as one of the greatest luxury designers of French Modernism. He thought functionality of furniture was something that could be combined with geometrical simplicity. Adnet was born in 1900 and grew inspired by pre-classical styles, but was also well know with traditional furniture. In his younger years he worked with his twin brother in studio Maitrise were they met Maurice Dufrene, an Art Déco designer. He started directing La Compangie des Arts Francis with decorators Francois Jourdain, Charlotte Perriand and Georges Jouve. In the 50’s was creating many furniture pieces, for example his beautiful items covered in stitched leather. It was also the period he received many commissions like decorating the apartment of the President at the Elysée Palace or the meeting room of the UNESCO building in Paris. He died in 1984 as one of the most important designer of French modernism.


W50.0 x H60.0 x D50.0 cm



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Mid 20th Century


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