Decorative imitation ebony box in urea formaldehyde.

Made:
1930-1939 in Paris and France
designer:
Eduard Fornells i Marco
maker:
Editions Fornells

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Octagonal box of imitation ebony urea formaldehyde, corners are shorter than sides and are flutes, lid moulded with relief of two female nudes and a fawn amid forest, relief is antiqued, French, Editions Fornells, 1930-1939.

Boxes of urea formaldehyde, made by Editions Fornells, Paris, France, 1930s

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1979-624/58
Materials:
complete, urea formaldehyde
type:
box - container
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • container - receptacle
credit:
Jesse, J
status:
Permanent collection

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