This mid century Brazilian modern rosewood decorative tray was designed by Jean Gillon for WoodArt and made in Brazil circa 1960. Impeccably handcrafted from hard Jacaranda rosewood native to Brazil, a signature material of Gillon design, this tray features clean, minimalist lines with a unique rectangular shape and gentle, elegant curves.The rosewood is a deep, dark, rich tone with stunning natural wood grain. Jean Gillon was a Brazilian furniture designer born in Romania in 1919 and emigrating to São Paulo, Brazil in 1956. Gillon's firm designed many luxury hotels, commercial spaces and residential homes throughout Brazil and was also known for his one-of-a-kind tapestries. His second furniture company, WoodArt, produced full lines of Brazilian rosewood furniture and objects that inventively paired fine upholstery and leather with native Brazilian rosewood.
Excellent vintage condition with wear consistent with age and use. W 18.5" x D 5.5" x H. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Vintage, Retro, Mid-Century\1960s". The seller is "capsul-95" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.