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Eugene Printz Palm Wood Table


This palm wood table, stark in its verticality, is a particularly strong example of Eugene Printz's incredible oeuvre in Art Deco. With a upper portion built brilliantly on rollers, so as to rotate, this piece would make an alluring home for tomes of all shapes and sizes. Classically Printz, the palm wood was done in sectional veneer, what the French have labeled "en latté."

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Item #: F-19883
Artist: Eugene Printz
Country: France
Circa: 1930s
Dimensions: 28" height, 14.5" diameter
Materials: Palm wood

Once an apprentice to his father making faux-antiques, Printz’s work is especially notable for its conflation of precious woods with modular and progressive design aesthetics that were at the forefront of early 20th-century innovation.