Cubist Art Deco armchair, sold

Nr. 2086 |
Cubist Art Deco armchair
Cubist Art Deco armchair
Cubist Art Deco armchair side
Cubist Art Deco armchair back
Cubist Art Deco armchair details
Cubist Art Deco armchair corner

Art Deco
single armchair

France around 1930.
Solid mahogany with geometric carving on the base.
Newly upholstered and reupholstered with extravagant Art Deco fabric.


Height: 78cm

Seat height: 45cm

Width: 65cm | Depth: 80 cm

Cubist Art Deco armchair

The described cubist Art Deco armchair from France dates back to the 1930s and is made of solid mahogany wood. The armchair has a cubist shape, which is reinforced by geometric carving on the base. This is typical of the Art Deco style, which is characterized by its clear lines and use of geometric shapes.

This armchair has been newly upholstered and covered with an extravagant Art Deco fabric. The use of striking, often geometric patterns and bold colors is another characteristic of the Art Deco style. Newly covered fabric gives the armchair a contemporary look that complements the original design.

The back is trapezoid in shape – with a very beautiful cover. The restoration was done in shellac – hand-polished.

Mahogany wood was a popular material in the Art Deco style, which was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Art Deco is characterized by its geometric shapes, clear lines, and elegant surfaces, which were often combined with luxury materials such as mahogany wood.

In Art Deco, furniture, walls, doors, and other architectural elements were often covered or made of mahogany wood. It was often used to make cabinets, tables, chairs, and beds, which were often decorated with inlaid brass, mother-of-pearl, or other materials.

Mahogany wood was also often combined with other materials such as chrome, leather, and glass to create a modern and luxurious aesthetic. In Art Deco, mahogany wood was often darkened or given a clear polish to highlight its natural color and grain.

Enjoy a coffee at this unique coffee table sitting in the cubist arm chair.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more Art Deco cabinetsArt Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.

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