Lacquered beech armchair. Tapered legs with curved flutes, connecting dice decorated with flowers.
Stamped on the front crossbar JB Boulard, stenciled on the belt F 829.
JB Boulard, Jean-Baptiste Boulard (1725-1789) received master on April 17, 1754, supplier to the Crown.
F 829, corresponds to the 1787 inventory of the Château de Fontainebleau.
The armchair is located in apartment XXIII of the château's Cour des Cuisines, occupied by the Marquis de Talaru. The armchair appears in the dining room, as part of a set of 6 armchairs and 18 chairs. The chairs are covered with red and yellow striped embossed carpeting on a green background, the wood is square with molding, the legs are sheathed, painted white, and nailed with gold nails with gold braid underneath.
Condition report: Restored and upholstered (with antique Lyonnaise silk) by our workshop in April 2023.
We would like to thank Mr. Jean Vittet, Chief Curator at the Château de Fontainebleau.
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15 000 €