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Art Deco vitrine, by Charles Dudouyt

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Art Deco vitrine from 1930 in wood and gunmetal frame opening with two glass doors.

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Large Art Deco display case from 1930, by Charles Dudouyt in wood and gunmetal frame, opening with two glass doors and including five glass shelves. The base rests on a wooden pedestal and the interior walls of the cabinet are covered with a cream fabric. Charles Dudouyt (1885-1946) is a French decorator, designer of furniture published and distributed by "La Gentilhommière" (1933-1960). He began his artistic career as a painter and designer. Then, in 1918, he designed and manufactured lamp posts and various decorative objects, before founding a furniture factory in 1920: L'Abeillée. In 1933, he moved to Paris and created the Gentilhommière, which included a manufacturing workshop and a store. After his death in 1946, his son Jacques Dudouyt continued the activity of the Gentilhommière until 1960.

Circa :1930
Dim: W: 48,8 in - D: 14,2in - H: 77,6in.
Dim: L:124cm, P:36cm, H:197cm.

Condition Report
Good condition. The fabric can be changed on request.

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