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Maison Jansen Royal Dining Table

Icon of Modern French Design

A spectacular Royal extension oval dining hall table by Maison Jansen France, 1960

Period 1960Height 29.13 inWidth 55.11 and 78.74 (with extension ) inDepth 39.37 inCOD EMI 260 Categories , Tags , ,



Maison Jansen French oval black lacquered  Royal dining table Table with top and extension in black lacquer surface and details in gilt-varnished brass and gunmetal gray metal. Gilded metal wheels Designed and made for the French actress Jacqueline Delubac (1907–1997) who did not care for dining tables. This table’s special feature is that it is foldable and has a table to insert in the center to extend it. This is an iconic piece from Maison Jansen. A hundred copies were made of it. A table of the same model we are showing is illustrated in the Parisian dining room of Suzy and Pierre Delbée, director of the Maison Jansen in J. Archer-Abbott “Jansen”, Arcanthus Press, New York, 2006 pp. 182–183  

Technical Details

Materials Lacquered wood, brass, enameled steel, rubberColor Black, gunmetal gray, goldTecnica LacqueredPeriod 1960Creatore Maison JansenProduttore Maison Jansen ParisOrigin France ParisConditions It shows sign of age through little scuffs, little dings at wheels
Height 29.13 inWidth 55.11 and 78.74 (with extension ) inDepth 39.37 in

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