Art Déco desk chair, sold
France around 1930
Attributed to the French furniture designer Leleu.
Jules Leleu (1883-1961) was a French furniture designer. He came from a family of artisans. In Paris he ran a gallery for painting and decoration, called "Maison Leleu". Among other things, he designed rooms of the cruise ships "Ile de France" and "Normandie".
Rosewood with original nickel-plated metal braces.
The front legs in round shape, the rear ones flared.
Newly upholstered and covered with leather.
Height: 86 cm | Width: 59 cm | Depth: 60 cm | Seat height: 50 cm