Maison Jansen Mid Century Chrome and Brass Etagere

Maison Jansen (France, 20th Century)

Maison Jansen Mid Century Chrome and Brass Etagere

Amazing piece is the epitome of the style Maison Jansen perfected in the Mid-Century period incorporating the American and French Empire style by utilizing the highest quality chrome and brass work of that period. This etagere contains multiple shelves and is a must-have for any home! We are presently offering multiple pieces from this wonderful collection by Maison Jansen including two side tables, a conversation table and a gorgeous console - be sure to peruse the Maison Jansen offerings available to complete your new look.

WIDTH: 30½ in | HEIGHT: 74½ in | DEPTH: 14½ in

Origin France
Category Bookcases
Period 20th Century
Style Mid-Century

Shipping Estimate: $350 | White glove

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CONDITION: This piece is exquisite and shows some minimal patina to the brass - very special indeed!

THB REF: 2484170327


"Maison Jansen (House of Jansen) was founded in 1880 by Dutch-born Jean-Henri Jansen. Research that Maison Jansen historically combined traditional furnishings with the influences of new trends and paid great attention to historical research in their designs by attempting to balance the desires for livable, usable pieces incorporating such into dramatic space. What is unique to this firm and important to the Mid-Century period is that Maison Jansen was commissioned during the Kennedy White House to design the White House Red Room (American Empire style) and then to redecorate the White House Blue Room (French Empire style) in 1962. "