Mid-Century Mahogany Desk with Armchair by De Coene of Courtrai

2108-21199A (Click to Inquire About This Item)

Desk: 30H x 68.5W x 35D

Location: Dallas


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Mid-Century Mahogany Desk with Armchair by De Coene of Courtrai is an exceptional set that has remained together all these years to create a special look for your office suite!  Using sapele mahogany veneering as the primary source of visual appeal, the artisans of De Coene created a modernistic framework with strong use of angular design.  High quality solid brass pulls were used on the drawers, with three segments of faux leather for a superb writing surface on top, with the same faux leather being used for the armchair.  Brass tips on the legs add a nice finishgin touch.  The desk if finished on all four sides making it ideal for placement in the middle of the room if so desired!  The armchair is generously sized and sturdily built for decades of enjoyment, and features the same rectilinear architecture that is so in vogue.
Established 1887, De Coene was a family business inspired by the Arts & Crafts movement. Surviving the ravages of WWI, it became internationally acclaimed for Art Deco furniture. De Coene increased their line to include a wide array of residential and commercial furnishings, quickly becoming one of Belgium’s most important interior and furniture manufacturers. Then came WWII, when the complex was repeatedly struck by bombs, but recovered in the decade following the war. Specializing in high-quality selections created by famous designers, De Coene increased its international notability, and is considered one of the premier European makers of fine furnishings and interior décor to this day.
If you act fast, the original matching bookcase is still available as of this writing!  See Related Products below left.
Circa 1960s

Desk measures 30H x 68.5W x 35D; knee clearance 25.5H
Armchair measures 40H x 25W x 25D; seat 22H

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