"Maurice Pré Art Deco Table Model Ruhlmann"Authentic pedestal table Emile Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933) model said "elegant" Art Deco era created in 1925 listed in the Ruhlmann reference number 1161a NR having a structure in rosewood veneer radiating circular plate edged with a carved bangle resting on a faceted barrel giving birth to three arched and tapered feet ending in gilt bronze hooves. Outstanding quality and beautiful state of conservation. Dimensions: 67 cm high X 51 cm wide. Provenance: Our pedestal table comes from the heirs of cabinetmaker Maurice PRE who worked for ten years in the workshop of Mr. Emile Jacques RUHLMANN to note that a detailed invoice indicating the certified origin of this piece of furniture will be given to the future buyer . Listed in the reference Ruhlmann under the number 1161a NR. Bibliography: similar models and with variants reproduced in: - Henri Clouzot, "The modern style in interior decoration", Charles Massin Publisher, Paris nd, plate 27. - Émile Bayard, "The French applied art of today" , Ernest Gründ Publisher, Paris, page 13. - Léon Moussinac, "Sketch of Ruhlmann", Documentary Collection of Modern Art, Albert Levy Publishing, Paris 1924, page 13. - Gabriel Henriot, "The Pavilion of the Collector", Furniture and Decoration, 1925, page 19. - Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, "Bedrooms and Bathrooms", Art and Industry, October 1926, page 43. - Alain Lesieutre, "The Spirit in Splendor of Art Deco", Paddington Editions Press, New York 1974, No. 125 page 147. - L. Charles Watelin, "The psychology of the bedroom", Art and Artists, January 1925, page 134. - Henri Clouzot, "The Modern Style in the Interior Decoration ", Charles Massin Publishers, Paris nd, plate 27. -" Ruhlmann cabinetmaker and decor artist of the 20s, "Connaissance des Arts, February 1960, sketch page 49. - Yvonne Brunhammer," 1925 ", The Presses de la Connaissance, Paris 1976, page 52. - Florence Camard," Ruhlmann ", Editions du Regard, Paris 1983, pages 90 (Boudoir of the Collector's Hotel, 1925), 202 (ground floor of the Ruhlmann Hotel, 1923-1924) and 268.