Art Deco Chest of Drawers by Maison Dennery
From Dorian Caffot de Fawes
An Art Deco flamed mahogany chest of drawers, the two oak-lined drawers flanked by two cupboards, opening with brass handles, the stpped and canted corner top and body resting on elegant 'coup-de-fouet' legs. Bearing the maker's label: G.E.J Dennery, 6 rue Moreau, Paris XII.
France, Circa 1930
90 cm high by 109 cm wide by 54 cm depth
Founded in 1922, the maison Dennery is known for supplying fine furniture in the third quarter of the 20th Century as well as their interior designs for ocean liners of the period, such as Le France, Le Liberté and l'Ile-de-France.