Art Deco Dining Room Furniture for sale: Buffets, Tables, Chairs, Cabinets, French, 1930s
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A striking and wonderful French Art Deco Display Pedstal Stand Column. Great to use for a nice bronze or vase. Beautiful grained honey colored flamed maple wood with nice strong black accents. Would also look great in a Biedermeier environment. Two glass panels on the outside, give that warm radiant ambient light. A real stunner for sure and great accent for any deco designer(s)!
An extremely sophisticated and complete art deco dining suite by the famous design firm Dominique Paris. A stunning two/tone wood treatment, main colors straight grained Rosewood accented with a contrasting Sycamore honey blonde wood. All the details and trim are in all the right places. The pieces individually stand on their own and the base for table is marvelous. This is a very complete 11 piece suite which consists of the following:
Dining table (with 19.5″ extension, we had made to match, not just a wood filler), large buffet with lots of drawers and storage, nice china/storage cabinet with glass (vitrine) section and 8 dining chairs (two with arms and 6 without).Recently restored condition. These are the kind of sets you normally only see in books and auctions.
This wonderful Art Deco Oak desk just arrived, as we say, “off the boat”. A complete overhaul and a brilliant finish done in grain filled Oak. This has a great warm honey color. This design that would make a great desk or even a dining table. Very open on the bottom supported by two stepped and sculpted column style legs. Also two desk drawers and could even be used as a partner’s desk.
Is J. Gatsby anywhere to be found? Offered today from my own private and personal “Speakeasy”! This is an original modern bar which found its way to Art Deco Collection from somewhere in Missouri. I would date it from the late 1930′s very New York World’s Fair. The exterior is enamel painted on metal or porcelain. Very, very unusual. I was told at the time of purchase, it was originally part of a lunch counter. We did a little work and built a custom made platform to elevate it to “bar” height (also makes a great place to rest your feet or lean right into). The lower platform is finished with black ribbed rubber and metal edging (it has a natural step) We also replaced the top with a matching red formica, no seams.
It has been extremely useful, a lot of fun and great looking! Lots of storage and something you can build a room around (which is what we did back then). There are 4 bar stools that were specially upholstered to match the bar. The colors are a warm beige (a hint of yellow) with red detailing. The front of the bar has this great modernist art deco design with intersecting 1/4 moon shapes in the middle. Nice metal edging all the way around the bar. The back is organized with nice partitioned shelves, great to store anything. We have had some amazing parties with this bar so you better be ready for some serious good times (if you are the eventual buyer). People love it! Great Bar and 4 stools. Who is ready for this beauty?
Warm Cherry wood and restored to perfection. Nice to have this set, with both 2 armed chairs and 4 chairs without arms. The fabric is very interesting as well, a kind of neutral layered or ribbed style that has some dimension with the classic finishing touch edged in French upholstery nail work, evenly spaced all around the seat, and back. These would also fit nicely in an office setting with desks and side chairs.
A wonderful piece of furniture. The size is quite nice and could work for so many applications in your home. Beautiful dark rich Macassar ebony wood front panel face with nice contrasting medium brown Mahogany wood. Pedestal style base that gives it that great French Art Deco Style. The interior is all mirrored with one shelve and the door has a beautiful beveled edge window, outlined in the rich Mahogany. Nice practical and functional door with brass knobs.
Mahogany Sizes like this are rare and a vitrine like this would make a great display for some of your most special collectibles.
Here is something very nice. A perfect size for that rather limited space where you want to put a piece of furniture with lots of personality. Very multi-functional, useful and high style art deco. This piece has many nice details and storage drawers to boot. What else could you need?
French dining suites like these do not come around often. This one is particularly unusual and spectacular in many ways. This is an original suite in amazing original condition. The combination of highly visually intense book-matched woods is apparent everywhere. I don’t know who the designer was, but obviously someone spent serious time working out the details. Look closely at the elements, the rippled desk skirt, matching to the pair of lovely buffets. The use of metal both on the bases, the mirrors and door/drawer handles. The high back seats, not typical in these stylized dining suites except for the most unusual designs. Great storage, great size and great looks. If you have the space for a suite like this, its a keeper. Even the buffet(s) could be used in other rooms for storage, bookkeeping or visual and sound equipment for your movie room.
Outrageous amboyna burl wood buffet with a 40′s point of view. Great looking piece, must be original design with great interior storage all with working storage drawers etc. French design on unusual S shaped angled legs. Beautiful french polish finsih. 3 book-matched wild grain doors. Could be great in a dining room, study or movie room with lots of beautiful interior storage
Stunning 1930′s French carved and stepped dining room table and six matching chairs. High deco carvings on four facets of table and on each chair back. Made out of exotic African Padauk wood. Stepped chair feet and chair sides, with unusual center cut out relief and faceted seat front wood detailing.
Restored to its original beauty, this dining room table has a center leaf that’s been recreated to match the original table. The chairs have been reupholstered in a luxurious crimson leather by a master upholsterer.
A beautiful European style Art Deco Cabinet with very nice detailing. The main wood treatment is a spectacular grained sycamore, found in a lot of European art deco furniture. What I love about this piece, first of all is the wonderful carving that runs down the front. The restoration really enhances the look with a rather contrasting point of view circa 1930′s. Dark mahogany wood details the top, bottom and carved front. A perfect bookcase and/or display case for decorative objects, yet equally as functional in a bedroom for the storage of sweaters and clothing. Adjustable shelves in all areas and nice size too.
This a wonderful classic French early 1920′s art deco demi-lune style storage cabinet. Please take special note of the wonderful floral marquetry in 4 panels on the front and side doors. The legs are very reminiscent of the designs of Paul Follet, Sue et Mare or my favorite Maurice Dufrene. Very high quality work throughout. It is a piece I bought about 3 years ago and has just completed a beautiful "frame off restoration". The legs are delicate and graceful. This an heirloom quality piece of furniture, I am thrilled with it. It also has two matching interior drawers with additional simple marquetry and storage. The top is all flamed crotch walnut wood with some very subtle marquetry as well. A stunning piece of furniture.
Wonderful lines, curvy walnut with spectacular grain and wonderful doors! Super, super restoration in French polish technique. All original handles, interior shelves, lots of room. This would make a great storage unit for all of your home movie equipment, dishes, barware or whatever? Ready to last someone a lifetime of enjoyment. Who is going to be ready for this…………?
Here is a spectacular piece of furniture. Custom made for our shop, it embodies all of these features: quality work, great display, wonderful wood, ivory inlay, 2 adjustable shelves. We had two, but one sold before it even hit the shores of the United States. The wood is spectacular and the U shaped pedestal bases really stands out. Its a keeper, influenced by the early 1920′s and the style of Ruhlmann. A real beauty.
For sale is a magnificent dining suite, beautiful dimensional macassar wood table with extravagant vertical grain. 8 (eight) fabulous fully reupholstered cream leather chairs (two with arms). One beautifully proportioned round buffet which exactly matches the dining table. It has a fitted silverware drawer and additional storage doors on the sides. The wood is quite exceptional with very exaggerated grain and color. The set is European in origin but has been completely restored. The legs on all pieces are a contrasting honey blonde color to the dark heavily grained wood. Very practical, beautiful and useful.
Perfectly restored and ready to be put to use. 6 matching chairs with macassar and fruitwood. Ebony trim with chrome studs and beautiful leather. All of the nice details you expect from the classic French chairs.
Here’s a gorgeous 1940s Dining Suite made with beautiful Mahogany woods. The nine piece set comprises a table (with leaf), six chairs and both a tall and a long buffet. The overall design has a minimalist point of view with subtle Maple accents (such as the drawer pulls on the long buffet and the trim on the table and both cabinets) providing ornamentation. The straight-forward cream colored leatherette chairs are in harmony with the design of this set and yet offer a nice contrast to the Mahogany. The long buffet features five drawers (the top drawer is felt lined) and two side cabinets with plenty of storage. The tall buffet has four doors opening to shelves with loads of storage.
The buffet/sideboard features a total of six drawers with brass pulls and plenty of shelving for storage. The outer doors are made of a fluted mahogany and the inner are covered with the same leather parchment. This cabinet also sits on a hefty marble base. Pictures and text can describe the details and the essence but the sheer beauty and impressiveness of this piece of furniture is simply beyond words.
Very unusual and beautiful French architects cabinet in Oak with gold leaf treatments on the handles. This would also make a great wine storage cabinet in a dining room. Or at least, someone could remove cubby hole storage and make it into a nice stereo storage viewing room cabinet. Very unusual design, the outside doors pull out to allow for storage inside the cabinet of things such as drawings, posters or anything that has a long vertical shape. The overall size is 81" wide (which includes the 4" handles on each side so 73" for the major part of the piece), 50" T X 16" D. The outside storage compartments open up another 20" on each side when full open. The front interior storage is approx. 38" X 38". Quite a handsome piece. The round gold leaf pole style handles are decorative as you access that area from the side.
This beautiful cabinet/display case would look terrific in a dining or living room. Although sold separately this cabinet happens to be a perfect match to item #747 (sideboard). Made in France during the 1930′s.