Museal Art Déco writing desk

Nr. 2363

France around 1930.
Attributed to the French ebenist Jules Leleu.

Desk in semicircular shape. Freely placable. With 4 drawers each on the right and left, the top one lockable. Rosewood veneered on oak body on profiled base in rosewood. Writing surface with beige leather.

Original fittings.
Height: 79 cm | Width: 214 cm back / 165 cm front | Depth: 83 cm

Jules Leleu (1883-1961) was a French furniture designer. He came from a family of artisans. In Paris he ran a gallery for painting and decoration, called “Maison Leleu”. Among other things, he designed rooms of the cruise ships “Ile de France” and “Normandie”.

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