Gilbert Poillerat style table with scagliola top. Hammered wrought iron base, black patina, gold leaf finished details. Firenze-made museum-quality Scagliola top, pattern inspired by a pietra dura model at Palazzo Pitti. Made upon order, it is therefore available in many dimensions, metal finishings and types of marble or stone.


Gilbert Poillerat is one of the most renowned French designers and wrought iron masters of the 20th Century. Inspired by historical architecture, he imagined then elegant metal objects and furniture. His creations are unique for their perfect proportions and distinctive personal style. Poillerat collaborated with many of the leading designers of his time, among them Jacques AdnetAndré ArbusJean Pascaud and Jean Royère.

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Scagliola is imitating marble or mosaic of pietra dura. Scagliola is a combination of a fine plaster of powdered gypsum, glue and pigments. Very skilled craftsmen produced the highest quality scagliola in the 18th century in Italy at Firenze. They covered walls, fireplaces, furniture… with scagliola. The most beautiful pietre dure or scagliola pieces are today exhibited in Firenze at Palazzo Pitti or Opificio delle pietre dure.


Vosges fabricates luxury Art Deco style metal chairs, lamps, tables and pieces of furniture.

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