David-Weill Desk

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Emile-Jaques Ruhlmann, a French furniture designer and interior decorator designed the David-Weill Desk in 1918. The desk was named after David David-Weill, the French financier it was commissioned for. The art deco-style kidney-shaped desk is based on English and French eighteenth-century design.

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1910s

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