Nightstand Jacques Hitier style midcentury, circa 1950
Like the original Hitier design same era different manufacturer
Steel legs (pale gold) with mahogany shelf and drawer
Good vintage condition with signs of age related use and wear, general spattering surface spots of corrosion to legs and very very minor spots to handle
Wood veneer and steel construction
Jacques Hitier (28 March 1917 – 5 March 1999) was a French interior architect and designer “one of the most prominent figures of decorative art of the second half of the twentieth century”. He was also a director of the Paris L'École Boulle, School for Fine Arts and Crafts and Applied Arts, from 1972 to 1982.
After the Second War World, he specialized in designing industrial furniture for public environments such as schools and government buildings. He showed all his artwork at Salon des Artistes Décorateurs and at Salon des Arts Ménagers. Hitier also designed more upscale and high-end home furniture.