Maurice Jallot set of 6 dining chairs in beech (#1145)
French Forties Art Deco dining chairs, set of 6, by Maurice Jallot. 18.5" wide x 20" deep x 39.5 Maurice Jallot set of 6 dining chairs in beech (#1145)
Maurice Jallot
Click here for Maurice Jallot inventory MAURICE JALLOT (1900-1971) Maurice Jallot was born in Paris of the French actor Jean Paul Belmondo) to contribute decorative elements. Maurice Jallot kept the purchased in 1945. Throughout his career Maurice Jallot called upon the sculptor Paul Belmondo (father imaginative designer, Maurice Jallot exhibited a range of pieces and ensembles at the annual salons Maurice Jallot
Maurice Jallot pair of high-backed armchairs (#1276)
Maurice Jallot pair of high-backed armchairs (#1276) French Forties Art Deco high-backed pair of armchairs by Maurice Jallot, one of the most remarkable
Maurice Jallot set of 6 dining chairs in oak (#1199)
Late French Art Deco set of 6 dining chairs in oak, circa 1950, by Maurice Jallot. 18" wide x 22 Maurice Jallot set of 6 dining chairs in oak (#1199)
Maurice Jallot set of 8 cherry dining chairs (#1210)
Maurice Jallot set of 8 cherry dining chairs (#1210) French Forties Art Deco dining chairs by Maurice Jallot, Set of 8 in cherry. 19" wide x 21" deep x
Leon Jallot pair of French walnut armchairs (#1274)
designer, Maurice Jallot. These chairs are 22" wide x 23" deep x 34" high. PLEASE NOTE THESE CHAIRS ARE UNRESTORED IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS.
Designers
Michon Diego Giacometti Godde Witold Gordon Gouffe Andre Groult Guerin Haentges Paul Iribe Leon Jallot Maurice Jallot Jansen Francis Jourdain Henri Kahn Paul Kiss LaMaitrise Pierre Lardin Jules Leleu
Leon Jallot
Jallot’s biography elsewhere on the Calderwood Gallery website), and together they designed a wide , launch the term “Art Deco”). From 1921, Leon Jallot partnered with his son, Maurice (see Maurice . Leon retired in the 1940s and died in 1967. Maurice Jallot continued the family business until nearly 1950.
Leon Jallot dining table and six chairs (#1386)
died in 1967. Maurice Jallot continued the family business until nearly 1950.     ”). From 1921, Leon Jallot partnered with his son, Maurice (see Maurice Jallot’s biography elsewhere on
Leon Jallot pair of side tables/nighstands (#1429)
with his son, Maurice (see Maurice Jallot’s biography elsewhere on the Calderwood Gallery website were produced into the mid-1930s. Leon retired in the 1940s and died in 1967. Maurice Jallot continued the family business until nearly 1950. Modernes (which would, years later, launch the term “Art Deco”). From 1921, Leon Jallot partnered
Maurice Jallot low side table (#1147)
Maurice Jallot low side table (#1147)
Maurice Jallot drop-front secretary (#1110)
Maurice Jallot drop-front secretary (#1110)
Leon & Maurice Jallot pair of club chairs (#1049)
Leon & Maurice Jallot pair of club chairs (#1049)
Maurice Jallot set of 8 dining chairs (#1178)
Maurice Jallot set of 8 dining chairs (#1178)
Maurice Jallot pair of high-backed side chairs (#1175)
Maurice Jallot pair of high-backed side chairs (#1175)
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