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Jules Deroubaix

Vanity in the manner of Emilie Jacques-Ruhlmann

France, circa 1935

RUHL 21

Deroubaix / Ruhlmann vanity
Deroubaix / Ruhlmann vanity
Deroubaix / Ruhlmann vanity
Deroubaix / Ruhlmann vanity

Description

Medium:  Burled elm, original gilt-bronze mirror and sabots

Dimensions:  43.75 in high x 22 in wide x 17.75 in deep

Burled elm, original gilt-bronze mirror and sabots.

Jules Deroubaix was the best craftsman of Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann. The pieces made after Ruhlmann's passing are often reminiscent of Ruhlmann's designs and often bear his attributes. This mirror is strongly reminiscent of the famous "Antelope" tabletop mirror designed by Ruhlmann. Our vanity, together with writing table and stool, were created for an extremely refined bathroom in a residence on the outskirts of Paris.

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