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Midcentury Leather & Brass Coffee Table by Jacques Adnet c.1950

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H: 51cm W: 112cm D: 112cm

A stitched black leather and brass table with eight legs, in very good condition with a few scuffs to the leather here and there, this table appears on the front page of The Jacques Adnet book written by Alain-Rene Hardy and Gaelle Millet. The table has had a new glass top and has age-related wear, we have conditioned the leather to prevent any drying out. Jacques Adnet’s work was very important as he was at the forefront of modernist design that changed the world of furniture design.

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Designer Spotlight | Jacques Adnet

Master of art deco, luxurious modernism and the avant garde, Jacques Adnet was a French designer born 1900. Adnet studied at the Municipal School of Design and later Ecole des Arts Decoratifs. His work, though modern, retained classical influences with use of baroque motifs and decorative elements. He commonly designed furniture with clean and simple forms made in combinations of wood, leather, metal and glass, that would be practical for use in everyday life. He also designed beautifully sleek chrome barware that was very much at home in grand hotel bars in the 1930s

Image: French Art Deco Jacques Adnet Chrome & Steel Nutcracker c.1930