Very large dining room table in limed oak


André Arbus


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reference ZC29

Large dining table
André Arbus

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This very large dining room has been designed by André Arbus for a project commissioned by "Chambre de commerce et d'Industrie d'Orléans, pays de Loire" (France), circa 1950. The table top inlaid on a double cross-shaped structure. The table has two extensions each measuring 50 centimeters in length. If the extensions are not used, they do not slip under the table. This beautiful table can be used with one or both extensions. The dimensions given represent the maximum dimension extensions included. The table is slightly limed oak, in original unrestored condition.

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Designer: André Arbus
Dimensions:
H 74 cm x W 360 cm x D 130 cm
H 29.14 in. x W 141.74 in. x D 51.19 in.
 
 
 
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André Arbus
Very large dining room table in limed oak
REF ZC29
All photos copyright Ludovic Vandenweghe for Unforget.eu


André Arbus

( 1903 – 1969 )

André Arbus was a French architect, decorator and sculptor of the 20th century.

He belongs to an old family of Toulouse cabinetmakers.

André Arbus was a French architect, decorator and sculptor of the 20th century.

He belongs to an old family of Toulouse cabinetmakers.

He joined the family cabinetmaking workshop after attending the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse and participates in 1925 where he will get the silver medal with a dressing table done with his friend Marc Saint-Saens.

He will then regularly exhibit at the Salons des Artistes Décorateurs and at the Salon d’Automne.

In 1932 Arbus moved to Paris but continues to weekley visit the workshop in Toulouse.

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