Maurice Dufrène's mahogany sideboard

Mahogany enfilade by Maurice dufrène made for the Maitrise when Maurice Dufrène (1876 - 1955) was the artistic director.


It has six drawers with ivory handles, three full doors and two glass doors with a shelf in the front. Legs and tray in Lunel stone. Interior in sycamore (maple). 

Only known example, this piece of furniture was part of the exhibition of Modern Applied Art organized in New York by R.H Macy and C°, in 1927.

It still bears the shipping labels for New York, the destination and the label mentioning the departure from France, the stamp of the French customs department "Art Exhibit from Dufrêne" Style 1284, as well as the label: Commercial Sample Imported for R.H Macy & Co, inc from Dufrène.

Very good condition.


Dimensions Length x Width x Height
107.87 × 25.59 × 40.15 in
XXth century

From: Arles 13 200 FR

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