Dominique, André Domin & Marcel Genevrière, Dining Table

ART DECO-Modernism
Designer VerificationBy and Documented
Country of origin
Material and techniquesPalisander veneer, hand stripped and refinished to a mirror-like high gloss
Excellent, hand stripped and refinished to high polish
Measures (Inches)
- Height: 29 1/4 - Width: 40 - Length: 73
Shipping and handling
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1930's French Art Deco dining table by Dominique, Andre Domin and Marcel Genevriere. 
Dominique was founded by Andre Domin (1883-1962) and Marcel Genevriere (1885-1976).  Their showroom was located at 104 Faubourg, St. Honore.  Their furniture design was characterized by simplicity and dignity.  One of Dominique's first commissions was to provide furniture for the home of silver designer Jean Puiforcat in Biarritz.
This dining table, an exceptional example of their work, is made of exquisite Palisander, hand refinished in our luxe Italian polyester high gloss finish to a mirror-like result.

The table exhibits extremely engaging feet, with graceful arched curves seemingly supporting the table's mass in a magical manner. Four fluted columns each rest upon an arched foot, all connected by a beautifully turned cross support.


The dining table represents a highly collectible work of functional art by one of the most desirable French Art Deco designers ... for the demanding connoisseur. A matching buffet is available; please inquire.