Solid Bronze Tree Branch Shaped Coffee Table by Rybar & Daigre
Solid Bronze Tree Branch Shaped Coffee Table by Rybar & Daigre, France 1960's
Outstanding solid bronze coffee table by Valerian Rybar & Jean François Daigre.
Valerian Rybar, of Yugoslav origin, knew the “café society” through his wife Eileen Plunkett.
This is how he made the first decor for the Quinta des Patiño in Portugal. The association of two decorators began in the late sixties. They not only became
decorators of what is now called the "jet set" but also the directors
of the biggest balls and social events.
First assistant to the theater designer Jacques Dupont, Jean-François Daigre began after the war to work for Christian Dior. He created luxury men's clothing there unheard of like for example an otter blazer. Encouraged by Monsieur Dior and the legendary director of the house, Suzanne Lulling, he designed the windows of avenue Montaigne and continued after the designer's death to work for Yves Saint-Laurent with Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne.
Height: 17.72 in (45 cm)
Width: 22.84 in (58 cm)
Depth: 46.07 in (117 cm)