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Louis Majorelle "Chicorée" Walnut and Oak Dining Suite


This Louis Majorelle extendable dining table, accompanied by a set of six matching chairs, is a solid display of French Art Nouveau style in furniture. The "Chicorée," or "Chicory," floral display on the table top is crafted from walnut and oak, perfectly complementing the molded rectangular top with sweeping legs and distressed forest green leather upholstery on each of the six chairs. Sold exclusively as a matching set.

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Item #: F-17744
Artist: Louis Majorelle
Country: France
Circa: 1905-1906
Dimensions: 29” height, 56” length, 50.5” width (table without leaves); 24” length extensions each (for three leaves); total length of table with leaves is approximately 12'; 41.5” height, 17.75” width, 16” depth (chairs, set of six)
Materials: Oak wood, Walnut wood, Green leather upholstery
Literature: Similar table and chairs set appears in Majorelle - Nancy: décorations d’intérieurs: meubles, tentures, bronzes, ferronneries (the 1906 Louis Majorelle catalogue)

Louis Majorelle loved elevating humble weeds and plants as significant symbols of the majesty of nature. This table and chairs, representing the humble chicory leaf, were his most beloved and collected dining suites.