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Bauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930sBauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930s

Shelves by Emile Guillot, circa 1930. These shelves have three levels with three glass panels on chromium tubular frame.
Model B136. This model epitomizes the Bauhaus concept of design: modern materials (glass, rubber, chromium tubular steel) combined with a modern design allowing an industrial production.
Chromium is original and has the wear you can expect from a vintage object (see pictures).
The rubber supports below the glass panels are original.
Dimensions :
H 33.86 in.; W 29.13 in.; D 17.72 in.
H 86 cm; W 74 cm; D 45 cm.

ITEM ID
233
DEPTH
16" (41 cm)
HEIGHT
34" (86 cm)
AGE
Early 20th Century
ROOM
bathroom, dining room, entrance, guest bedroom, hallway, kitchen, living room, master bedroom, veranda
STYLE
Bauhaus
WIDTH
27" (69 cm)

Avant-Garde Gallery

Pierre Bosche
11 rue de Miromesnil
Paris 75008
France
Tel: 01 40 07 06 46
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    Bauhaus Shelves by Emile Guillot, Germany, 1930s

    €2,500
    ~ $2,774