Gilt wood, upholstery
Height: 34.25" - Width: 69.25" - Depth: 28.35"
This Neoclassical daybed by the renowned Michel Duffet, who was chosen to create the French Pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair, is an early example of his fine output, dating from the end of WWI. Playful, geometric details emphasize the supple curves of the gilt wood legs, as well as a pair of long elegant backs. Features a lush, grey upholstered seat.