Louis XIV Os de Mouton Sofa

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A late 17th century Louis XIV period provincial canapé a oreilles on hand-carved 'os de mouton' walnut legs and cross-stretchers; recently re-upholstered to today's most discriminating taste and standards. Provenance includes the Renaissance furniture gallery of Jacqueline Boccador in Paris and recently ex: A private collection in Tuxedo Park, New York.
Of the Period
Louis XIV
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
circa 1690
Late 17th Century
Materials and Techniques
Hand-Crafted   Upholstery
Hand-Carved   Walnut
Wear consistent with age and use
43 in. H x 75 in. W x 29 in. D
109 cm H x 190 cm W x 74 cm D
Seat Height
18 in. (46 cm)
Dealer Location
Woodbury, CT
Number of Items
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