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Saddle-stitched black leather daybed by Jacques Adnet – Compagnie des Arts français – France
|Artist: Jacques Adnet||Manufacturer: Jacques Adnet|
|Period: 1950-1959||Certificates: Very good condition.|
Height : 29.25 in. (74 cm)| Width : 76 in. (193 cm)| Depth : 36.25 in. (93 cm)
Seat height: 18 in. (45 cm)
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About Saddle-stitched black leather daybed by Jacques Adnet
This daybed is made of a steel structure completely covered with black leather and beige saddle stitching. The side elements of the daybed consist of two frames covered with leather and bronze details. It looks like bamboo stems, which is a common feature in Adnet’s work. The piece of furniture has 4 bronze feet. The set was manufactured around the 1960s, is in good used condition and the leather parts have not been restored.
Please note that the bed base, mattress and cushions are not delivered with the daybed, they are presented as a suggestion. We only sell the original sprung bed base and the two side elements.
Jacques Adnet was born in 1900 in France. He graduated from the École des Arts Décoratifs and became director of the « Compagnie des Arts français » in 1928. During the 30s, Adnet started to work with glass and metal. He designed a lot of pieces of furniture and accessories: side tables, coat racks, chairs, desks, …
Adnet is also particularly well-known for his metal creations covered with leather. His designs are extremely modern and are known for their comfort and elegance.