Table with Black Tabletop Designed by Jansen, tied to each leg by three tassels and metal knot

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Metal painted in shades of off-white and blue , decorated with garlands. Each leg is tied with three tassels and a node. The top is black lacquered wood.

La Maison Jansen was a home interior design located in Paris . It was founded in 1880 by Jean- Henri Jansen Dutch and continued its activities until 1989. Maison Jansen is considered the first global design firm .

It offered its services in Europe , Latin America , North America and the Middle East, especially in the 1900s .

From its inception and throughout its history, Maison Jansen has mingled with traditional furnishings trends inspired by the Anglo- Japanese style , the Arts & Crafts movement and the Turkish style.

Using classical and European drawing techniques, the firm has developed between 1920 and 1950 , different styles, such as the Vienna Secession , Modernism and Art Deco

Around 1890 , the firm created a gallery of antiques and became one of the largest buyers

antiques in Europe. So she used antique furniture or furniture made ​​by craftsmen to create his own furniture . Then, she created her own workshops, which enabled him to produce contemporary furniture invoice as well as reproductions of Louis XIV furniture , Louis VVI , Directory and Empire.

In the early 1920s , Jean -Henri Jansen approached Stéphane Boudin, who was working in the field of textile design, was hired and brought to the House of liquidity. Boudin ‘s attention to detail and historical accuracy, its ability to create theatrical and striking spaces gave a new impetus to the firm. Boudin became director and participated in its development.

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Dimensions 183 × 73 × 90 cm
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