Single Art Deco pillar cabinet, reserved until 23.06.2024

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Single Art Deco pillar cabinet
Einzelnes Art Déco Pfeilerschränkchen
Einzelnes Art Déco Pfeilerschränkchen
Einzelnes Art Déco Pfeilerschränkchen
Einzelnes Art Déco Pfeilerschränkchen
Einzelnes Art Déco Pfeilerschränkchen

Art Deco
pillar cabinet

France around 1925.

Amboina wood combined with black lacquer.

Cubistic form with trapezoidal base standing on black lacquered pedestal.

Original chrome fittings ,one drawer. One door. Black glass top to finish.

height: 71 cm
width: 42 cm
depth: 39 cm


Single Art Deco pillar cabinet

Pillar cabinets are a special category of furniture in Art Deco style, popular in the 1920s and 1930s. This type of furniture is characterized by its vertical structure, reminiscent of columns or pillars. They are often tall and slender and offer storage space in the form of drawers, doors or open compartments.

Characteristic of pillar cabinets in art deco style are:

Geometric patterns and lines: Art deco design is known for its use of geometric shapes and lines. Pillar cabinets can have clean, straight lines and symmetrical patterns.

Luxurious materials: art deco furniture often uses high-end materials such as exotic woods, lacquered wood, precious stones, metals (especially chrome), and glass. These materials add a luxurious and elegant touch to the furniture.

Ornaments: Ornaments can be in the form of inlays, inlays or ornamental details. These can be geometric patterns, sunray motifs or abstract representations.

Contrasting colors: Art Deco furniture often uses contrasting color combinations that enhance the visual impact of the furniture. For example, dark woods can be combined with light lacquer finishes or metal accents.

Functional design: pillar cabinets in the Art Deco style are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also functionally designed. They often provide practical storage space for clothes, dishes or other items.

To give nice Focus to this single Art Deco pillar cabinet combine it with another piece of art like this Emil Kindscher “Old Bamberg”.

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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