French Louis XVI Walnut Fauteuil

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French Louis XVI period carved walnut fauteuil with fluted legs, circa 1780, covered in toile fabric.
Details
Of the Period
Louis XVI
Place of Origin
France
Date of Manufacture
circa 1780s
Period
Late 18th Century
Materials and Techniques
Hand-Carved   Walnut
Condition
Good. Sturdy and comfortable; nicely carved details in the classic taste; newer upholstery. .
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions
34.5 in. H x 20 in. W x 18.5 in. D
88 cm H x 51 cm W x 47 cm D
Seat Height
14.75 in. (37 cm)
Dealer Location
New Orleans, LA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
U0901238146434
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1stdibs seller since 2005
Located in New Orleans, LA

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