Art Deco Cabinet in Oak
Cabinet, in glass and oak, France, 1950s.
Robust cabinet in cerused oak with glass vitrine sliding-doors. The high storage part consist of a vitrine part, with one glass shelves. The lower part is a cabinet with one door that has a decorative, geometric panel on the front and a sturdy wooden locking system. This high board has a more sturdy appearance compared to most Art Deco cabinets. Designers Charles Dudouyt, Jean-Charles Moureux and Gaston Poisson were masters in this style. They combined the more feminine and refined Art Deco style with graphical patterns and masculine elements.