Art Deco gueridon inspired by a model from Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann.

Solid and veneer Mahogany frame with sunburst pattern, varnish finishings.

Table supplied with nickel plated brass sabots.


Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann is a legendary French furniture designer and interior decorator of the Art Deco period.

He used the finest materials such as Macassar ebony, Amboina burl, Brazilian rosewood, lacquer and ivory details.

As a consequence, his luxurious designs were prohibitively expensive for all but the wealthiest.

Aesthetic refinement, sumptuous materials, and impeccable construction techniques make Ruhlmann’s furniture truly unique, timeless and moreover extremely elegant.


Source: Wikipedia

Photo: Thomas Hennocque