Francisque Chaleyssin pedestal table, mother-of-pearl, ebony and rosewood, Art Deco design, 1930
This pedestal table was made by designer Franscisque Chaleyssin in the 1930s. It is made up of two round tops connected by 4 vertical spindle-shaped arms, the whole is completed by 4 ball feet. A magnificent marquetry work can be discovered on each element, it combines rosewood, Macassar ebony and mother-of-pearl.
This pedestal table will bring a touch of Art Deco to your interior decoration. It can be used in all rooms of the house and would not mind hosting a pretty vase and a few books on its top.