Armand Jonckers (1939-)

"Labyrinth" coffee table

Work belgian work
Materials brass and resin
Creation date 2016
Special features Coffee table with an engraved brass tray with inclusion of amber resin, encircled with orange resin and transparent. Signed and dated by Armand Jonckers.
Height 31 cm
Diameter 155 cm

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Work
belgian work
Materials
brass and resin
Creation date
2016
Special features
Coffee table with an engraved brass tray with inclusion of amber resin, encircled with orange resin and transparent. Signed and dated by Armand Jonckers.

Armand Jonckers (1939-)

"Labyrinth" coffee table

Who is

Armand Jonckers (1939-)

Born in 1939 in France, Armand Jonckers is a Belgian furniture designer. Jonckers studied sculpture at the Lausannes school of fine arts between 1957 and 1962. After graduating, Armand Jonckers set up a workshop near a Beaujolais castle where he used to spend every summer with his parents. He then became a middle man between Belgium and Lyonnais antiquarians and opened his shop, La Calade, a place that made him known to the art public. Armand Jonckers is an unclassifiable artist. Sculptor, antiquarian buff about mineralogy and mostly decorator, he willingly defines himself as handyman.