A rectangular coffee table made from Rosewood with a Black lacquered top. The 4-rounded legs of this table make it a classic design of the Art Deco period. This table was made in France and was designed by Jules Leleu in collaboration with famous Japanese lacquer artist Katsu Hamanaka.
Jules Leleu was a prominent French Art Deco furniture designer known for his stylish and innovative furniture designs. He created pieces that were characterized by sleek lines, geometric shapes, and a variety of exotic woods, all hallmarks of the Art Deco style. Leleu opened a gallery in Paris called Maison Leleu. He won the grand prize at the Exposition Industrielle et Arts Decoratifs in 1924 and 1925. He designed various important buildings/salons in France and other countries, as well as ocean liners like Île de France and Normandie.