FRENCH ART DECO ROSEWOOD EXTENSION TABLE MODEL 1315 NR

by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933)
France, circa 1929


Unextended: 29 1/4'' high; 41 3/8'' wide; 41 1/4'' deep
Extended: 29 1/4'' high; 76 5/8'' wide; 41 1/4'' deep

Unextended the table is square with a linear veneer design in each of 4 quadrants on a rectangular pedestal and tiered square foot.
To extend, the square top is lifted off and the two leaves which are stored underneath are extended into position and the square center put back in place.

Stamped Ruhlmann and A within a circle.

Provenance:
DeLorenzo Gallery, New York
William A. McCarty-Cooper
Christie's New York, "Important Furniture, Silver, Books and Decorative Arts from the Collection of William A. McCarty-Cooper," January 25, 1992, Lot #162.
Christie's New York, June 15, 2004, Lot #141

Literature:
Florence Camard, "Ruhlmann: Master of Art Deco", Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1983, pictured p. 151.

$100,000 - Inv. #1412