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Hend Tea Library Table Jacques Mottheau Seiz Breur 1935


Hend Tea Library Table Breton Jacques Mottheau Seiz Breur 1935







 

    Up for auction, this beautiful Tea table with library for the living room, Breton handcraft work in tipycal local oak, attributed to Jacques Mottheau, around 1934/1937. Multi-use table for the living room, also serving as a sofa end and magazine door. In very nice condition, with normal restoration of use, as presented on the following pictures. Height 26”, width 13”1/4, depth 20”1/2, inside height of the locker 9”3/4 cm.
Ref: J. Mottheau architect of the Special School of Architecture of Paris, teacher at the Beaux-Arts of Rennes in 1935, member of the Seiz Breur, becomes a fervent spokesman of rustic furniture modernized and involved in the ambitious project of the social character by the furniture of the reconstruction, surrounded by the greatest decorators of this time.

Price : 1800.00 $

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For our French-speaking friends: Table à thé bibliothèque de vivoir, travail artisanal breton en chêne de région, attribué à Jacques Mottheau, vers 1934/37. Table multiple-usage de salon, faisant aussi office de bout de canapé et porte revues. Très bel état, restauration d'usage. Hauteur 66 cm, largeur 34 cm, profondeur 52 cm, hauteur intérieur du casier 25 cm.
Ref: J. Mottheau architecte ensemblier de l’École Spéciale d’Architecture de Paris, enseigne aux Beaux Arts de Rennes en 1935, membre des Seiz Breur, devient un fervent porte parole du mobilier rustique modernisé et s'impliquent dans l'ambitieux projet à caractère social du mobilier de la reconstruction entouré des plus grands décorateurs de l'époque.

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