Coffee table, model 1774, Circa 1970
MAX INGRAND (1908-1969)
Mines of turquoises or pyrites, deposits of agates or fossilized ambers nothing is too rare to adorn the creations of this exceptional house.Created in the 70s in Hong Kong, Kam Tin will publish very few pieces before stopping its production. Thanks to a famous Parisian gallery owner, magic works again. In October 2012, a row in turquoise sold at Christie’s over 200,000 US dollars. New creations will follow, cloud tables in brass and copper, small bronze side tables decorated with marquetry in turquoise or tiger's eye, pyrite strings, amber cabinets, turquoise bedside tables or even brilliant brass chandelier.