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French Art Nouveau Pedestal by Majorelle

A French Art Nouveau two-tier wooden pedestal by Louis Majorelle, featuring a triangular top, a clover-shaped second tier and three sinuous, carved supports. A similar table is pictured in "Majorelle - Nancy: décorations d'intérieurs: meubles, tentures, bronzes, ferronneries" (the 1906 Majorelle catalogue).

Artist: Majorelle
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 47'' high x 18-1/2'' wide x 15'' deep
Item #:  F-11597
Price:   $15,000 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Art Nouveau Pedestal by Majorelle

French Art Nouveau Triangular Table by Louis Majorelle

A triangular French Art Nouveau table by Louis Majorelle. This two-tiered triangular table is made of mahogany. Its carved legs are finished with bronze sabots. A similar table is pictured in: The Paris Salons 1895-1915, Vol. III: Furniture, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 1996, p. 413 (Pedestals, La Société des Artistes Décoratuers, 1910).

Artist: Majorelle
Circa: 1910
Dimensions: 30'' high x 19-3/8'' wide x 20-3/8'' deep
Item #:  F-17952
Price:   $12,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Art Nouveau Triangular Table by Louis Majorelle

Art Nouveau Pedestal Table by Louis Majorelle

A French Art Nouveau pedestal table by Louis Majorelle. The circular two tier table in beech and walnut wood features carved vegetal motifs in bas-relief. Both the table top and the lower shelf are made of beautifully grained wood.

Artist: Majorelle
Circa: 1910
Dimensions: 30-3/4'' high x 23'' diameter
Item #:  F-18779
Price:   $17,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
Art Nouveau Pedestal Table by Louis Majorelle

French Art Nouveau Pedestal by Louis Majorelle

A French Art Nouveau walnut 3 tiered pedestal by Louis Majorelle, featuring a rotating tray on the top. Leaves and berries adorn the upper portion of the legs.The gently curving legs are also deeply carved. Pictured in, Louis Majorelle, Master of Art Nouveau Design, by Alastair Duncan, 1991, p. 202. Firmly rooted in the craft of woodwork and furniture-making, Louis Majorelle's furniture subtly recalled the splendors of furniture from the 1700s. Majorelle often ornamented his pieces with gracefully sculpted organic and sumptuous natural forms, like the grape bunches featured here. Using a new vocabulary of natural forms and flowing lines of Art Nouveau, Majorelle's furniture merged old and new in a tantalizing way. The sinuous natural forms of his works, like those sumptuous accents, were inspired by the C-scrolls of the Louis XV era. In an age when France was still humiliated by the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, and when luxury production in other countries was threatening the cultural hegemony the French saw as their birthright, Majorelle's ability to suggest the nation's glory days was paramount.

Artist: Majorelle
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 50-3/4'' high x 19-1/2'' wide x 19-1/2'' deep
Item #:  F-19143
Price:   $19,500 – Call: (212) 644-6400
French Art Nouveau Pedestal by Louis Majorelle
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