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Asymetrical light mahogany shelves by Eugène Printz. The four shelves ended with a circle shape at one end.
It is believed that this piece of furniture was created for the Cité Internationale de Paris.

Eugène Printz is one of the most famous cabinetmaker of the Art Deco period and exhibited his work in many trade fairs like the important 'Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes', which took place in Paris in 1925.
He also decorated the private appartements of the Princesse de la Tour d'Auvergne in the Grosbois Castle and Jeanne Lanvin's offices.

ITEM ID
91
DEPTH
12" (30 cm)
HEIGHT
47" (119 cm)
AGE
Early 20th Century
STYLE
Art Deco
WIDTH
53" (135 cm)

Avant-Garde Gallery

Pierre Bosche
11 rue de Miromesnil
Paris 75008
France
Tel: 01 40 07 06 46
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    Eugène Printz — Art Deco Mahogany Shelf or Bookcase, 1932

    €15,500
    ~ $16,361

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