Jean Royère, «Ruban» gueridon
Jean Royère (1902-1981)
Circular three-legs side table made of patina wrought-iron. Each three legs made of two wavy metal stripes are embellished with a gilt bronze ball. These legs are linked to each other with three tubular metal stems gathering on the center by a gilt brass bass. The marble top is set on a metal belt.
Height 45 cm (17 ¾ in) - Diameter 51 cm (20 in)
-Jean Royère’s gallery, 182 rue du faubourg Saint Honoré, Paris 8th.
- This side table comes from a set of pieces by Jean Royère ordered for a private order, France. In this collection, there were also a «Tour Eiffel» console table and some «Jacques» lights.
- Thence by descent.
- Directly purchased by the gallery Chastel-Maréchal from the family.
- Archives Jean Royère, cabinet des dessins, MAD, Paris : calque n° 3733 daté de 1951 - blueprint n°3733 from 1951
- Archives Jean Royère, MAD, Paris : photographie issue de l’Album VI - picture from Album VI.