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The sideboard, entitled “Tulip” due to its shape, probably ranks to the most elegant type of deposit furniture designed by Jindřich Halabala for the UP Enterprises in Brno. The sideboard rests on a gradating, ebonized base. The lower part follows into sides in a fluent arc, while the sides exceed the upper desk of black glass and are slightly bent outwards. The front side is formed by two-winged door. The entire surface of the sideboard is covered with a high-quality veneer (walnut). The item on display is a highly representative example of Czech Art Deco in the field of furniture production.


Other artworks of this author offered by Prague Art & Design

H-128 Halabala Chair | Jindřich HalabalaH 79 Chair | Jindřich HalabalaH 168 Table | Jindřich HalabalaHalabala - Armchairs | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaHalabala Armchairs | Jindřich HalabalaFour H-214 Chairs + Table | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair, H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaModernist adjustable sofa H-215 | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Writing Desk  H - 178 | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Chair H-269  | Jindřich HalabalaModernist Adjustable Chair | Jindřich Halabala

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