A circa 1912 Jugendstil Art Nouveau salon table by Bruno Paul at the Vereignite Werkstätten of Munich.
Bruno Paul (Seifhennersdorf, January 19, 1874 – Berlin, August 17, 1968) was a German architect, illustrator, interior designer, and furniture designer. In 1897 Bruno Paul was a co-founder of the Munich Vereinigte Werkstätten für Kunst im Handwerk along with Bernhard Pankok, Hermann Obrist, and Richard Riemerschmid.
This sophisticated piece is veneered with Birch, with marquetry on its top, star shaped stretcher and apron; the top’ and skirt’s circumference as well as the feet are ebonized; we note that the star is a recurring theme in Bruno Paul’s furniture and object designs.
The table is signed and numbered on the underside of its apron.
Condition: with its original surface/finish, normal signs of wear consistent with age; please also note a cluster of shallow round black marks on its top. The construction is of high quality and the table is solid.
Measurements: 26″ high x 29.5″ top diameter
Shipping to the USA via FedEx Home Delivery: $250.00
price: 1850.00 • reference: anttab7
height: 26" x width: 29" x depth: 29" diameter: 29"