Beautiful pair of molded and finely carved beechwood armchairs of the Louis XV period. Faithful to the naturalism of the rocaille, the backs decorated with acanthus leaves and foliage are, on the upper crosspiece, centered with a cartouche carved with a flower and a burst bud. The lower crosspieces of a simple flower. The shoulders are also decorated with foliage and acanthus leaves as well as the armrests.
The central crosspieces of the seat are decorated with the same ornamental motif. The cartouche presenting the flower and the burst bud are energetically sculpted.
They stand on four arched feet.
Parisian work circa 1735 1740 attributable to the Cresson workshop
4 800 €