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Wheat ears handles
The Villa Majorelle was intended to be a showcase of Art Nouveau. Louis Majorelle created a dining room there that brought him fame. It consists of two pieces of furniture, a table, and twelve chairs. The buffet cabinet is in mahogany and rosewood veneer. A double-leaf window overlooks it. Two niches are supported by frames carved with ears of wheat. The low sideboard of the buffet opens on the front with three drawers richly ornamented with ears of wheat in gilded bronze.
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