Blue lacquered chest of drawers with straight front circa 1950. It opens with 4 drawers without crosspiece.
The furniture rests on 2 legs which extend the side. The handles are made of brass as well as the ornamentation of the foot.
Maison Jansen is an interior design house located in Paris. It was founded in 1880 by the Dutchman Jean-Henri Jansen. Maison Jansen is considered the first global design firm to have made its name a brand, offering its services in Europe, Latin America, North America and the Middle East
Throughout its history, the firm has used the traditional European style of drawing but has also followed European trends, notably the Vienna Secession, Modernism and Art Deco, which were developed by the firm between 1920 and 1950. Under the direction of Boudin, Maison Jansen worked for the royal families of Belgium, Iran and Serbia; she also worked for Elsie de Wolfe; and for Lady Olive Baillie in her castle in Leeds in Kent. Boudin and Paul Manno, who ran Maison Jansen in New York, worked at the White House under the administration of John F. Kennedy. Maison Jansen decorated the Chambel IV yacht, now known as NorthWind II,
Maison Jansen is located at 23 rue de l'Annonciation in Paris.
Maison Jansen's workshops cover 17,000 m2 and are located in rue Saint Sabin in Paris. The workshop employs 200 craftsmen and companions in each trade (cabinetmaking, tapestry, lacquer, gilding, bronze, lighting) which allows it to produce furniture of contemporary invoice as well as reproductions of furniture Louis XIV, Louis XVI, Directory and Empire.
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