French Art Deco Directoire Style Sideboard Designed by Pierre Lardin

Pierre Lardin (France, 20th Century)

French Art Deco Directoire Style Sideboard Designed by Pierre Lardin


Outstanding French Art Deco sideboard in exotic Cuban mahogany ribbon stripe wood. The sideboard has a Directoire design and features three cabinet doors that open to reveal interior cabinets with adjustable shelves. Both the left and right cabinets are also fitted with a top drawer for storage of linens or flatware. The doors are designed with an elegant center ring pull surrounded by bronze rods and mounts creating a perfect diamond shape. The cabinet has tapered front legs and features neoclassical ionic column mounts and fittings in fine gilt bronze.

WIDTH: 6 in | HEIGHT: 43 in | DEPTH: 20¼ in

Origin France
Category Cabinets
Period 20th Century
Style Unspecified

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CONDITION: Excellent with very minor wear and some minor and natural patina on bronze fittings. Wear consistent with age and use.

THB REF: 4020715328


"Pierre Lardin was a specialist in fine hand decorated mirror work and furniture as well as wallpaper prints, and jewelry. Lardin, along with his contemporaries Arbus, Adnet, Poillerat and Lelue, were producing privately commissioned handcrafted pieces during the 1940s which resulted in a modern neoclassicism. During the 1940s the styles varied and moved away from the geometric and cubist inspired designs of the great French masters like Ruhlmann and tended to have more decorative qualities borrowed from Empire, Directoire and neoclassical designs. Some of Lardin's commissioned work can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris."