ART DECO MACASSAR EBONY VENEER BED. CIRCA 1925
Art Deco two-seater boat bed frame, made of Macassar ebony veneer, by the decorator Claude de Plasse. The headboard follows a slight curve that gives it elegance while maintaining its simplicity. The foot of the bed enhances the ensemble with its curved forms and its base sculpted with quarter-circle rings. It rests on ball feet. Macassar ebony, a wood of alternating black and cream colours, is used in the decoration and manufacture of high-end furniture, particularly during the Art Deco period. This type of wood is mainly produced in Indonesia and takes its name from the city of Makassar. It can also come with a pair of bedside tables and a dressing table in Macassar ebony veneer which we sell separately.
Art Deco period
Dim: W:160cm, D:215cm, H:103cm.
Condition report Very good condition.