A French Art Nouveau dining suite featuring a dining table with two custom leaves, a set of six mahogany dining chairs with tooled leather and brass tacks and a sideboard featuring a mirror, bronze accents and a marble top by Camille Gauthier & Paul Poinsignon. The sideboard is carved with berries and leaves. It has bronze inlays and a bronze drawer-pull in a sinuous leaf and twisted vine motif. The berries and leaves are also carved into the legs and base of the table. Each tooled leather chair back is affixed with bronze studs and decorated with a different floral image. Dimensions: Dining Table: 29-1/2'''' high x 45'''' wide x 50-1/2'''' long, extends with three leaves to 122-1/2".Dining Chairs: 38¾'''' high x 17'''' wide x 17'''' deep.Sideboard: : 62¾'''' high x 51'''' wide x 21'''' deep.
A pair of French Art Nouveau carved walnut sidechairs by Edouard Colonna. Each chair top is decorated with a carved stylized leaf surrounded by a curvilinear frame. The chair backs, upholstered sides and seats are completely framed by gently curving carved wood. They are upholstered in a rich blue velvet. These chairs were part of a salon suite that was created for Siegfreid Bing''s pavilion at the Paris 1900 Exposition Universelle. Pictured in: "Art Nouveau Belgium/France" Rice University, page 175, and: "Meubles et Ensembles Style 1900" by Edith Mannoni, Editions Charles Massin, 1968, p. 22.
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