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Early Modernist Sideboard by Gustav Goerke, signed


Early Modernist Sideboard by Gustav Goerke

Early modernist sideboard by Gustav Goerke in macassar ebéne.
Four doors with original keys.
Signed on the backside.
Designer Gustav Goerke
Further Information

Gustav Goerke (10 March 1881 – unknown)

Following his studies at the Hanover School of Arts and Crafts and the teaching institute of the Berlin Museum of Decorative Arts, under Otto Eckmann, Gustav Goerke worked as an architect and craftsman in Berlin. He focused primarily on furniture design and interior architecture and was a member of the Deutscher Werkbund (German Association of Craftsmen). His activities as an architect and designer are documented up to 1929.

Measurements Height: 90 cm (35,43 in.)
Depth: 61 cm (24,01 in.)
Width/Length: 280 cm (110,23 in.)
Specifications Number of items: 1
Materials/Techniques: Macassar ebéne
Ref. no. 10665
Hits 609 (since February 2014)

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