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Original & Rare Brass Mathieu Mategot Mirror 1950's

$2,250.00 Regular price

Original & Rare Brass Mathieu Matégot Mirror, 1950s. Good used condition, light patina.

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About Mathieu Matégot
Mathieu Matégot was born on 4 April 1910 at Tapio Sully, a village about 20 kilometres  from Budapest in Hungary. He studied at the School of Fine Arts & Architecture in Budapest between 1925 and 1929. He created sets for the National Theater. He then traveled in Italy and the United States before settling in France in 1931. There he took jobs that included making sets for the Folies Bergere, window dressing at the Gallery Lafayette, designing women's dresses and, in the late 1930s, creating tapestries. In 1933 he started to create his first examples of rattan furniture mounted on metal frames


Height: 37.5"

Top Width: 12.5"

Bottom Width: 7.5"

Depth: 3"

Bottom Width: 7.5"

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