Early French Art Deco
Dining Table by Dugay
This table can expand to up to 114 long
Circa 1915-early 1920s, France
Early transitional design
between Craftsman and Art Deco.
Sleek exotic macassar ebony and delicate hand carved oak in an organic pattern
mix the best of both design worlds. Delicate Leaf and acorn details that were
carved by a highly skilled craftsman.
Oak table top has a hand
carved edge design on all four sides, with rounded corners.
The base is hand carved oak with macassar ebony side panels. Delicate leaves
acorns are repeated on each base, front and back.
The design is remembered on the tabletop edge design.
Shown here with Dining Chair set,
The original leaves are
missing, however, we can have one custom made
to expand this table to up to 11 4 long ! If you wish to keep the leaf in
we suggest re-veneering the tabletop in macassar and the new leaf, to achieve
a continuous look.
Currently, the table
dimensions are: 48 wide, 67 ½ long, 30 high.
Table Top is 4 ½ thick.
Bases are each: 27 ½ deep,
17 ½ wide, 26 3/8 high.
Condition: The bases have
had some restoration. The tabletop has been left in the original as found
so that if customized, we are working with the original finish.
Item # FADDT62: Price: $
6,500 as is. Customization options vary and are additional.