|Jacques Lipchitz, Carved limestone mantelpiece, ca. 1928 Image: MFA Boston|
|Jacques Lipchitz, Gilt bronze and iron chenets, ca. 1928 Image: MFA Boston|
|View of Jacques Doucet's "Oriental Cabinet" with the chenets seen just beyond Eileen Gray's "Lotus Table" Image: L'Illustration, 30 Mai 1930|
|Detail of above|
On a side note, it appears that another pair of chenets from Doucet's studio surfaced at the Art Deco exhibition at the Musee des Arts Decortifs Bordeaux. This time they were sculpted by Hungarian avant garde sculptor Gustave Miklos in 1925, cast in bronze, gilded and detailed with enamel.
|Gustave Miklos, one of two chenets Image: © Mairie de Bordeaux, photo Lysiane Gauthier|
|Gustave Miklos enameled and gilt bronze chenets, Collection Jacques Doucet, Hotel Drouot, 8 November 1972 lot 16 ($8500)|