Classic French Art Deco cabinet by Georges de Bardyere in mahogany, amboyna and celluloid. Sculpted frieze of birds and shapes. Signed. Circa 1925. 68" wide x 21" deep x 67" high.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CABINET IS NOT YET RESTORED IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS.
GEORGES de BARDYERE
Georges de Bardyere, French decorator and furniture designer, was born in Wassy, Haute-Marne and active in Paris, France.
By 1912 he had become established as a decorator and furniture designer in the "modern" classical style similar to Leon Jallot's and in the early Art Deco style. He was fond of vegetal forms and did his own sculpting.
His work was shown at the Salons of the Societe des Artistes Decorator and, from 1921, at Salon d'Automne.
DeBardyere was one of the few French Art Deco designers who traditionally signed his work.