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Maison Gerard

Jules Leleu (1883-1961) & Raymond Subes (1893-1970)

Fine and Rare Two-Door Sideboard Cabinet with Eglomisé Panel, 1936


The house of Leleu rose to prominence in the 1920s during the Art Déco period, and became known for the ornate classicism of its richly refined furniture and lavish interiors. In the Postwar years, Leleu­ décorateurs ensembliers whose design talents encompassed all elements of the interior, from lighting to textiles and carpets, responded to cultural shifts and emerging technologies with innovative pieces which incorporated glass, metal, and the newly discovered Beka lacquer. The palette of materials expanded with time, but Leleu's legendary technique and impeccable attention to detail never wavered. Materials: violet Wood, chrome-plated metal base and door pulls. Metal work by Raymond Subes (1891-1970)

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