Carlo Bugatti, important tabouret

Ref #: BE07

Spectacular tabouret by Carlo Bugatti (1856-1940) from his Paris phase, designed to correspond with his masterpiece – tea table, originally offered by Galerie Hebrard in Paris and now in permanent collection of The Cleveland Museum of Art. Ovoid forms present throughout, in mahogany with magnificent bronze-dore sabots & fittings, mother of pearl ornaments, parchment seat.


– Catalog “Bugatti”, page 30, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, USA, 1999. (same model illustrated)

– “Carlo, Rembrandt, Ettore, Jean Bugatti”, pages 103 and 107, by Philippe Dejean, Rizolli, NYC, USA, 1982. (same model illustrated)

Age: Circa 1907.

Origin: Paris, France

Measurements: 24” w, 17 1/2” d, 27 1/4 (15 3/4″ seat)” h

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