Tibattant Desk

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Emile-Jaques Ruhlmann, a French furniture designer and interior decorator designed the Tibattant Desk in 1918. The desk was designed to be a lady's desk. It functioned as a desk where she would have breakfast and write letters. The Tibattant Desk could be opened and could house paperwork and documents; the fold-down front served as the primary work surface. The large drawer underneath provided additional storage.

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