Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.
Jean Touret, ‘Jean Touret Oak Bench with Back for Atelier Marolles’, 1950-1959, Almond & Co.

A bench with backrest in a rich aged oak by Jean Touret made with iron connections. The seat and back have the typical hand-carved detail that Touret is known for and there are four tapered legs. Touret is know for designing the alter at Notre Dame.

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Manufacturer: Atelier Marolles