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Art Deco Macassar Vanity Cabinet French Style of Ruhlmann

Item #3612

A vanity cabinet in the Ruhlmann style would likely exhibit these characteristics, with a focus on craftsmanship, geometric forms, and luxurious materials such as Macassar ebony. It features sleek lines, symmetrical patterns, and intricate inlay, all hallmarks of Ruhlmann’s style. Even the back is finished in wood veneer.


Art Deco is an influential design style that emerged in the early 20th century, characterized by sleek lines, geometric shapes, bold colors, and luxurious materials. Macassar ebony, native to Southeast Asia, was a popular choice for furniture during the Art Deco period due to its striking appearance and rich, dark color. Designed with functionality in mind, providing storage space for cosmetics and personal grooming items while maintaining a sense of elegance and sophistication.


Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann was a prominent figure in the Art Deco movement, known for his elegant and refined designs that combined traditional craftsmanship with modern aesthetics. His furniture pieces often featured intricate marquetry, high-quality materials, and exquisite detailing.



34″ W x 29.75″ T x17″ D
Mirror 17″ Taller

Price (USD)

$ 5,000
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