French work done by Mercier frères in Paris.
Elegant sideboard in lacquer and parchment, built in oak, from Art-Déco period circa 1935.
The high-sectioned trunk has straight side faces. It opens in the center by 2 curved doors sheathed in parchment on an interior in oak with shelf and opening on the side by 2 small doors also sheathed in parchment discovering an interior in oak embellished with shelf and drawers.
The furniture rests on 4 saber feet and sabotaged.
The 2 central doors are decorated with a bronze stylizing leaves with gold leaf.
Maison Mercier was present at the 1925 universal exhibition on the Esplanade des Invalides, the stand was very successful, journalists will say that "the furniture was elegant".
The effect was striking, much more in fact than many of the interiors presented by Art Deco exhibitors.
At the end of the 1920s, Maison Mercier opened a gallery, the Palais du Marbre, at 77, avenue des Champs-Élysées.
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