Steel Bauhaus Etagere, Creme-White Lacquer, Nickel Plate, Germany, 1930s
This stunning steel Bauhaus etagere hails from 1930s Germany and has been meticulously restored to its original glory. The etagere boasts an original design by Emile Guyot and is believed to have been manufactured by “Thonet Mundus.” The etagere is a true visual delight, featuring newly galvanized nickel-plated steel tubes and screws that lend it a contemporary appeal. The wooden shelves are adorned with a charming creme-white lacquer, adding a touch of elegance to the piece. With its sleek lines and timeless Bauhaus design, this etagere is not only a functional storage solution but also a statement of style and sophistication. Whether placed in a living room, study, or any other space, it is sure to add a vintage flare.
Details for Etagere
Length: 11.8 in (30 cm)
Width: 35.4 in (90 cm)
Height: 38.6 in (98 cm)