Ruhlmann
  Click here for Ruhlmann inventory Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933) The most renowned of all Ruhlmann separate full-service interior design studio. Ruhlmann was the equal of the greatest ebenistes of the works of Ruhlmann present the characteristics of an authentic personal and complete style. Ruhlmann’s French designers from the first half of the 20th Century, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann was born, lived and palace of the Maharaja of Indore. Ruhlmann was not a woodworker himself. His furniture was fabricated by
Ruhlmann armchair (#1024)
the original vintage Ruhlmann archive photograph. The only known example of this variant of this model. 22" wide x 23" deep x 38.5" high. Ruhlmann Ruhlmann armchair (#1024)
Ruhlmann pair of armchairs (#1230)
Pair of armchairs by Master of French Art Deco, Ruhlmann, model for the Salon de The aboard the Ruhlmann pair of armchairs (#1230)
Ruhlmann-inspired large-scale coffee table (#1447)
Ruhlmann-inspired large-scale coffee table (#1447) included for scale. Scan of the Ruhlmann table which inspired this adaptation is also shown here. THIS Impressive vintage adaptation of the Ruhlmann "Douze Colonnettes" (12 columns) table. This was
Ruhlmann small side table in macassar ebony (#1223)
Ruhlmann small side table in macassar ebony (#1223) Classic French Art Deco small side table/bench by Ruhlmann in solid macassar ebony, with veneered
Alfred Porteneuve
Art Deco designer, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann. With Ruhlmann he participated in the design of l’Hotel Modernes, Paris. A fine designer on his own, Porteneuve opened his own workshop after Ruhlmann’s
Alfred Porteneuve set of 6 dining chairs in cherry (#1190)
was Ruhlmann's architect, collaborator and nephew. This model is sometimes mis-attributed to Ruhlmann
Style of Porteneuve pair of side chairs (#1339)
, Porteneuve opened his own workshop after Ruhlmann’s death in 1933. He favored fruitwoods, laminates and Ruhlmann he participated in the design of l’Hotel du Collectionneur pavilion at the 1925 Exposition as the nephew and collaborator of the eminent French Art Deco designer, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann. With
Lucien Rollin
sources including Ruhlmann, Frank Lloyd Wright, classical Greek and Louis XVI styles. He became a prolific designer of Art Moderne furniture. Rollin participated in Ruhlmann’s Hotel du Collectionneur Deco, Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann. Later he returned to the Ecole Boulle while he worked for the
Maxime Old
-Emile Ruhlmann, the eminent French Art Deco designer. In Ruhlmann’s Atelier he learned the precise
Alfred Porteneuve pair ebonized armchairs (#1229)
Alfred Porteneuve, architect/designer/collaborator and nephew of Ruhlmann. 21" wide x 23.5" deep x 35" high.  
Maxime Old macassar ebony and bronze dining table (#1335)
the workshop of Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann, the eminent French Art Deco designer. In Ruhlmann’s Atelier
Andre Frechet
Ruhlmann’s workshop. Through the 1920s and 1930s Frechet’s work was exhibited at the salons of Societe
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. . . the vast stock includes some of the finest examples of the period, such as a 1934 Ruhlmann side
Andre Groult
create his own form of neotraditionalism. He along with a handful of other designers, led by Ruhlmann
Calderwood Gallery 20th Century Deisgn and Photography
by Ruhlmann, Arbus, Leleu, Dominique, Jallot, Dufrene, Follot, Subes, and their contemporaries from
Designers
Rinck Lucien Rollin Rousseau & Lardin Jean Royere Jorge Rual Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann Saddier
Raymond Subes
et Industriels Modernes his work included a console and a lacquered metal bookcase with Ruhlmann
Andre Groult cubist side table (#1389)
create his own form of neotraditionalism. He along with a handful of other designers, led by Ruhlmann
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