A very chic and well constructed French Art Deco cerused / bleached natural oak sideboard, designed by Gaston Poisson.
France Circa 1930 -1940.
This stylish sideboard has a stepped oblong top with lobed corners having a central reserve inlaid with parquetry lozenge trellis enclosed by stringing, cross banding and oak boarder, over a panelled front with four moulded and fielded panelled doors having central gilt bronze motif and retaining the original keys. The two central doors opening to reveal interior drawers with shelved cupboards flanking to either side.
The whole raised on a column plinth to give the illusion of a floating buffet which stands effortlessly chic and timeless. The designers Gaston Poisson and Charles Dudouyt where the masters in this style. They combined the more feminine and refined Art Deco style with the fine parquetry and bronze work and masculine elements, with both designers being very sought after at present.
Having wonderful original colour and in excellent condition this sideboard also breaks down for ease of transport.