French 1970s Postwar Design Console Table
French (1970s) postwar design console table with a gilt brass base supporting a brown lacquered top having a protruding quartz sculpture (signed: Paco Rabanne on top edge). There is nothing traditional about Paco Rabanne. Even his ascent into fashion stardom was avant-garde. Rabanne started as a jewelry designer for major design houses such as Givenchy and Dior. Paco Rabanne has had several gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the SCAD Museum of Art and at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. Many works by the artist have been sold at auction, including ‘A Pair: Coffee tables’ sold at Wright ’Design ’ in 2014 for $32,500.
- Depth: 15.5 Width: 55.0 Height: 29.9
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