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"Les Blés"
Louis Majorelle was famous for designing furniture. In 1905, he created "Les Blés" (the wheat) for the villa bearing his name in Nancy. It consists of a table, six chairs, a sideboard, and two oak consoles. Veneers of snakewood, precious wood from South America, cover some of its parts. The wheat decoration symbolizes the moment of the meal. The shape of its ears adapts to the uprights of the furniture. The copy of "Les Blés" adorning the Villa Majorelle is a "rich" version of the model. Louis Majorelle also created more modest copies of the item.
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