SÜE ET MARE BLACK LACQUERED AND NICKEL-BRONZE FRENCH ART DECO DESK

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SÜE ET MARE BLACK LACQUERED AND NICKEL-BRONZE FRENCH ART DECO DESK

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A glorious and important Süe et Mare/La Compagnie des Arts Français black lacquered French Art Deco desk with fabulous hand cast bronze legs and drawer pulls with heavy nickel plating, black leather desk top and six hidden leather lined drawers, circa 1910 - 1920s. This desk is a very significant similar piece curated by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1925 at the Paris World Exhibition. See featured in "Authentic Art Deco Interiors," from the 1925 Paris Exhibition.

Süe et Mare worked for the elite. They were commissioned for many projects, among them the French Embassy in Warsaw and the Embassy of French in Washington, DC. Hollywood royalty, Jean Patou's mansion, the Grand Salon for the ocean liner Ile de France and the staterooms for the steamship Paris were their favored customers. Favored collectors to include Karl Lagerfeld and Courtney Love.

Dimensions: 29.5"H x 58.75"W x 36.75"D

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