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The drawers have pyramidal bronze pulls and butt-jointed, hemispherical bronze discs. 1930 Green-and-white lacquered side table (one of a pair) made by Grosfeld House. The single drawers have brass pulls. 5cm (191⁄2in) wide £3,000–4,000 SDR £1,500–2,000 S&K £7,000–8,000 (the pair) HSD Four-drawer metal dresser by Norman Bel Geddes. It is finished in two-tone pink and beige enamel, with chrome button pulls. 1930s 104cm (41in) high £400–500 Black leather-upholstered armchair designed by Kem Weber for the Lloyd Manufacturing Co.
On splayed feet with gilt-bronze sabots. 5cm (591⁄4in) high CALD £18,000–24,000 The Jallots showed at the 1925 Paris Exposition. Maurice Jallot began working in the style of his father and refined the taste into the 1930s. His 1940s work is considered late Art Deco. Maurice Jallot continued designing after World War II. Above: Ebonized hardwood dining chair by Léon and Maurice Jallot. It has chrome mounts and side rails, and an upholstered seat and back refinished in green leather. 1930. 84cm (33in) high £5,000–7,000 CALD Hexagonal-top occasional table by Léon Jallot, raised on six slender, square-section tapering legs united by a radial stretcher.
F U R N I T U R E KEY FACTS Jules Leleu was born in France, in the northern seaside town of Boulogne-sur-Mer. Jules Leleu During the interwar years, Jules Leleu prospered in Paris as His career began in Paris, where he was a sculptor before World War I. a furniture designer. His Art Deco creations were produced Leleu began designing furniture around 1919 and concentrated on this endeavour until World War II. his pieces are characterized by simple, elegant lines. His creations were exhibited regularly through the Societé des Artistes Décorateurs.