Maison Gerard

This designation is for sellers whose items consistently exemplify the best of 1stdibs.
New York, NY

About Maison Gerard

Maison Gerard was founded by Gerardus A. Widdershoven in 1974. The gallery quickly established a reputation as New York’s premier source for fine French Art Deco furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. In addition to presenting important works of Jean-Michel Frank, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, and Jules Leleu, the gallery has been instrumental in building numerous private and public collections, notably the collection of Walter Chrysler Jr. (now housed in the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA), and the Design Collection of the Utsonomia Museum in Japan. Today, Maison Gerard exh...Read More

Maison Gerard

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Maison Leleu, Cabinet with Dual Sliding Doors, France, C. 1960
Maison Leleu, Cabinet with Dual Sliding Doors, ...
Maison Leleu
Mid-20th Century French Cabinets
Bronze, Walnut
A low cabinet with dual sliding doors and gun metal legs--popular in 1960s Maison Leleu designs.
Dominique, Set of Eight Dining Chairs, France, 1937
Dominique, Set of Eight Dining Chairs, France, ...
Maison Dominique
Vintage 1930s French Dining Room Chairs
A set of eight dining chairs in ebonized fruitwood by Dominique (André Domin and Marcel Genevrière) These chairs were originally designed by Dominique for the Pavillon de l'archit...
Line Vautrin, "Berthe Aux Grands Pieds" Necklace, France, C. 1950
Line Vautrin, "Berthe Aux Grands Pieds" Necklac...
Line Vautrin
Vintage 1940s French Collectable Jewellery
"Bertha with the big feet" A bronze doré necklace.
Charlotte Perriand, Pair of Chairs, France, C. 1950
Charlotte Perriand, Pair of Chairs, France, C. ...
Charlotte Perriand
20th Century French Other Chairs
A pair of dining chairs of wood and straw in one of the quintessential Mid-Century designs of their creator, the famous French furniture maker Charlotte Perriand. These chairs are ...
Just Andersen, Bronze Sculptural Vase, Denmark,...
Just Andersen
20th Century Danish Sculptures
A patinated bronze vase by Just Andersen.
Hervé van der Straeten, "Voltige" Mirror, Franc...
Herve Van Der Straeten
21st Century and Contemporary French Convex Mirrors
Mirror, Bronze
Contemporary polished and black-patinated bronze bull's eye mirror by Hervé van der Straeten. Monogrammed:HV. Limited edition of 40.
Jean-Bérenger de Nattes, Satinwood Console, Fra...
Jean-Bérenger de Nattes
21st Century and Contemporary French Console Tables
Satinwood, Lacquer, Bronze
Satinwood console with sky blue lacquer and gilt bronze feet by Jean-Bérenger de Nattes. Signed. Edition of eight.
Maison Leleu Rare Desk with Extension, France, ...
Maison Leleu
20th Century French Desks and Writing Tables
Mahogany, Bronze
A rare desk with conference table extension by Maison Leleu in mahogany with patinated and gilt bronze legs Listed in Leleu’s "Livres des Creations" as: Model 6139 Sicob ‘66 Th...
Mario Dal Fabbro, Sculpture, United States, 1983
Mario Dal Fabbro
20th Century American Abstract Sculptures
Signed: Mario Dal Fabbro, 1983 Marked: I. 8 Typical of the sculptural output of dal Fabbro, the lines of this piece shift rhythmically depending on the viewer's position. The art...
Carol Egan, Sculptural Hand-Carved Shelf, Unite...
Carol Egan
21st Century and Contemporary American Shelves
This sculptural hand-carved shelf is part of a line of contemporary furniture designed by blending digital technology with fine traditional craftsmanship. Carved of walnut, it featur...
Achille Salvagni, Silk, Cabinet, Italy, 2015
Achille Salvagni
2010s Italian Cabinets
Bronze, Walnut
Silk, a cabinet of polished walnut, has a hand-hammered bronze top, thin legs reminiscent of Gio and an onyx detailed handle. Salvagni's most ambitious cabinet to date, this piece is...
Alain Gaubert, Pair of Slanted Lounge Chairs, F...
Alain Gaubert
20th Century French Other Lounge Chairs
These lounge chairs are not merely notable for their exquisitely spare design, but for their ingeniously simple construction. Each chair is crafted of two elm planes which intersect ...

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