A Burled walnut veneer Two-Door Cabinet on oak frame with two solid side doors.
The central illuminating showcase sheathed in brown leather with gold-plated nets and three drawers in its lower part.
Lateral winding base resting on a rectangular base.
A rich decor of ivory circles the furniture and draws on the pediment an elegant wavy frieze . Ivory locks and handles .
Branded " Ruhlmann design edited by Porteneuve .
Referenced AR 2042 new version of the cabinet " Normand " AR 2335 in the archives of the creator, Paris museum of the 30s .Boulogne-Billancourt.
A. Frechet, ed., Mobilier et Decoration d'Interieur, pp. 10-11 (for a similar model);
L. Deshairs, L'Art Decoratif Français, 1918-1925, Paris, p. 69
L. Deshairs, Modern French Decorative Art, London, 1926, p. 69
"Un Interieur Moderne", Les Echos des Industries d'Art, no. 10, May 1926, p. 15
Exposition Retrospective, E.-J. Ruhlmann, exh. cat., Paris, Musée des Arts Decoratifs, 1934
F. Camard, Ruhlmann Master of Art Deco, New York, 1984, p. 202 (for a similar model);
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