This asymetrically-designed chest of drawers is a good example of Hungarian Art Deco and early post-war design. The Hungarians were expert in working with wood veneer ever since the 19th Century. Techniques that were refined during the Austro-Hungarian empire were applied to streamlined Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern designs much later. As Hungary had ready access to walnut wood, walnut veneer was most often used. Hungarian designs are quite similar to French Art Deco but somewhat simpler. This glossy lacquered chest features a tripartite design, with a dark plinth, recessed compartment on the left with a single door and a stack of drawers on the right. The hardware is nickel.
- Origin | Hungary
- Dimensions | 34.5"W x 18.5"D x 31"H
- Age | C. 1940
- Material | Walnut Veneer
- ID | 21E01012A
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