Set of six walnut armchairs with mouldings all along the crosspieces and uprights, made of curves and counter curves. The top-centre of the back has a bubble clip as does the centre of the seat belt. The armchairs stand on four arched legs topped by pleated fans. The arm brackets are whiplash shaped.
Exceptional tapestry in petit point, called Saint Cyr point, representing fantastic animals.
Stamped Nadal l'Ainé
Restorations of use
H. 94 x W.70 x D. 53 cm
Jean René Nadal, known as Nadal l'Ainé, is the son of the cabinetmaker Jean Nadal. Born into a family of craftsmen, he quickly became very successful. Master in 1756, he developed a production until the 1780s. His work is thus as much in the style of Louis XV as of Louis XVI. Always of a very high quality, he had the opportunity to supply the most illustrious figures of the court, including the Crown and the Count of Artois.
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