An exceptional Genoese hand-carved, painted and gilt decorated 'fauteuil' armchair made during the reign of Louis XV of France; and thereby strongly influenced. Scroll footed, with a pierced-carved seat front apron; the surface condition of its original paint and gilding is highly attractive, desirable, and preferable to over-restored 'en peinte' furniture.
Of the Period
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Mid 18th Century
Hand carved, painted and gilded frame. Upholstered backrest and back plate, with boxed slip seat.
Distressed. Fine sturdy antique condition with exceptionally attractive remains of its original painted and gilded surface. Silk damask upholstery is frayed and needing replacement..
Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. Minor fading.
36.5 in. H x 26.5 in. W x 23 in. D
93 cm H x 67 cm W x 58 cm D
17 in. (43 cm)
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