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4.200,00 incl.VATVAT on margin included according to article 297-A of the French General Tax Code

Jacques Adnet designed this remarkable elm coffee table in the 50s. Its top is distinguished by three compartments decorated with arched sockets, upholstered in brown saddle piqué leather, as well as a removable bottle holder on the side. The rectangular-section quadripod base is topped with thin leather straps, also saddle-stitched.

Length : 48.43 in / 123 cm

Height : 16.54 in / 42 cm

Width : 21.65 in / 55 cm

Weigth : 0 lb / kg

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Designer: Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) was a famous French designer and interior designer, craftsman of the Art Deco movement and precursor of modernism. Adnet was known for its unique sense of design, blending elegance, functionality and innovation. He took over the direction of the Compagnie des arts français in 1928, until its closure in 1959. Aprolific writer, he received numerous awards for his work, including the gold medal at the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris in 1925, and the prestigious title of “Master of Art” awarded by the French government in 1955.

Year of publication: 1950

Origin: France

Materials: Elm top, compartments and base, handles and straps in saddle piqué leather.

State: Careful cleaning by a qualified cabinetmaker.



Emmanuelle Vidal is an antique dealer in Toulouse, specializing in design from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Guariche, Le Corbusier, Ico Parisi, Pierre Paulin, Charles Eames… Tirelessly hunting down the creations of the masters of the 20th century, she then exhibited in various salons in Paris, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Antibes, Saint-Tropez and opened her gallery in 1997 in Toulouse. A unique place that is quickly becoming a landmark for collectors and enthusiasts looking for iconic pieces.