1960s Cocktail Cabinet by Guy Le Fevre


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1960s Cocktail Cabinet by Guy Le Fevre

This cabinet is beautifully made with black lacquer and brass, with an eglomise glass interior. Gorgeous!

Designed in France in the 1960s by Guy le Fevre, a prominent designer for the famous Maison Jansen in Paris. A fantastic talking point for any drinks party and a great piece for the dining or living room.

Within Jansen’s lifetime, his emphasis on historical research, his focus on client needs, and his comprehensive approach to transforming space, would earn his firm a faithful client base of wealthy, royal, and otherwise elite clients—clients they would keep for almost a century to come.

By 1900 Jansen’s reputation was monumental. His firm represented not merely the royalty of Europe, but the wealthy and powerful from all over the world. The Parisian studio would rise to five stories, grow to 40,000 square feet, and employ 700 craftsmen, producing new work in the Louis XIV, Louis XVI, Empire, Anglo-Japanese, Turkish, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and successive modern styles.

Even after his death, the business flourished and clients included Nancy Astor’s niece, Nancy Lancaster, American millionaire Henry Channon, the Duke and Duchess of Winchester, fashion icon C. Z. Guest, and most notably, perhaps, Jacqueline Kennedy—who remodeled several rooms of the White House in the empire style.


  • H: 103cm (40.55in)
  • W: 112cm (44.09in)
  • D: 43cm (16.93in)



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Located in the Marylebone Antiques Quarter in Central London, James Worrall was established in 2004. We are a small family owned business with James at the head of the business and our main buyer. Surrounded by a myriad of independent antique dealers and vintage fashion, including the world-famous Alfie’s Antique Market, James Worrall manages to retain an unique sense of style and direction in interiors.

Whilst the business has changed over the years, our philosophy has remained the same: we are are passionate to rediscover beautiful things from the past and bring them back to life to create new trends. We work with a team of specialist restorers to ensure that all of our stock is refurbished to the highest standards.

James has a great eye and sources items from a wide range of places to ensure the collection is always fresh and inspiring, travelling all over the world in search of that special item. While key pieces such as mirrors and side tables are always in demand, we also stock Mid Twentieth Century Abstract Art, and although we source from all over the world, particularly British artists. We are used to working with collectors as well as interior designer and can always source the perfect painting for your interior or collection.

We have many years experience working with designers for commercial projects, as well as with private clients. Regardless of who you are, here at James Worrall we pride ourselves in delivering excellent customer service and we're delighted to have many long-standing clients.  We work closely with several specialist fine art and antique shipping companies and can deliver your purchases anywhere in the world – just contact us for a quote! We can also offer a bespoke service in store: all of our seating is newly re-upholstered and all of our lampshades are hand made to order. We have a selection of fine fabrics samples that you are welcome to view.

Please visit us in the showroom, we love getting to know our clients over a cup of tea or coffee and we can discuss your interior needs! We are always here Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm.

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