Jean Claude Dresse Console in White Resin
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Jean Claude Dresse, console, resin, stone, Belgium, 1970s
Wonderful white resin console table designed by Belgian designer Jean Claude Dresse. This console is made out of a resin tabletop, resting on lacquered metal feet in the same off-white color. The rectangular shaped tabletop is finished with an organic pattern and an inlayed stone. The lines in resin are hand-drawn by Dresse and etched afterwards. A piece that finds itself between the borders of furniture design and art.
The tabletop is signed by its maker and comes with a “Certificate of Authenticity”.
Jean Claude Dresse (1946-) is a Belgian artist and designer. He graduated from the art academy in Charleroi. His background of being a visual artist is clearly visible in his furniture designs as he uses artistic techniques such as mosaic and etchings. He makes use of precious metals such as brass and copper. Together with his father he was a prominent figure in the furniture business in the 1980s and he belongs to the artistic Walloon school that focused on glamorous aesthetics.
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