Designer: Rene Prou
Description: this coffee table with Art Deco design was designed by Rene Prou, French decorator in the 30s. It is composed of a gilded metal base and a beautiful screen-printed glass top.
This table is part of the "ligne Prou" also called "le zinzin maison" whose main characteristic is the flexibility of the metal (made as flexible as rattan).
The finesse of the design reveals the luxury and elegance of decorator's work.
Condition: this product is in good vintage condition, it has a beautiful patina.
Restoration: this product has not been restored.
Height: 53,5 cm
Plateau diameter: 73,5 cm
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