I've looked at many and while the pieces don't seem to be child-sized, they're extremely low, such that it seems impossible to sit at them yet ...
Your vanity appears to be made of crotch mahogany, a fairly unusual wood for the Art Moderne period.
It is impossible to say who made it without some sort of tag or factory identification.
The dressing table was developed in the late 17th C Europe and was reflective of the social customs of the time, inspired by the poudreuse in France, and the Low Boy and Shaving table in England.
The Parisian or Queen Anne style antique dressing table oozes style, sophistication and effortless chic.
The drawers of an antique dressing table are perfect to store valuables such as jewellery, love letters and keepsakes.