Very fine pair of 18th Century French Louis XVI armchairs, the oval backs having foliate carved crests, over scrolled arms, over bow fronted seat, the rails with foliate and rope twist carving, standing on turned, fluted and stop fluted legs standing on turned turnip feet, retaining mostly original paint and with original needlework upholstery intact. Good, generous proportions and very serviceable.
Of the Period
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Materials and Techniques
painted beechwood, needlework
Good. Wear to needlework seat.
Wear consistent with age and use
New York, NY
Number of Items
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