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

A unique oak bench made in 1955 with a carved texture typical of Jean Touret's work. The seat is made of one solid oak plank and rests on four slightly tapered legs. Retains the original branding "Marolles." Touret is known for designed the alter at Notre Dame.

Signature: Branded with Marolles.

Image rights: Almond & Co.

Manufacturer: Atelier Marolles