Important Georges De Bardyere Art Deco Sideboard
Important Sideboard by famed Parisian designer Georges de Bardyere (1883-1941). Solid wood construction with mahogany and rosewood veneers accented with hand-carved mahogany panels. Carved motifs of Deco-stylized baby birds and fish being fed, thought to symbolize the natural processes of nature. Original finish and Art Deco brass hardware, signed by the designer.
Georges de Bardyere was a French object and furniture designer prominent during the Art Deco period. De Bardeyere began exhibiting regularly exhibited at Paris Salons beginning in 1919 and was renowned for his work in mahogany, palisander, amboyna and rosewoods. De Bardyere had his own exhibition on the Esplanade des Invalides at the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes in Paris. A year later he received a positive review in Mobilier et Decoration at the Salon d’Automne.
Georges de Bardyere is often regarded in the same manner as Leleu, Prouvé, Adnet, and Majorelle for his contributions to French design.
98″W x 20″D x 40″H