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Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth
Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth - Seating Style Louis XV Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth - Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth - Louis XV
Ref : 13911
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Period :
18th century
Artist :
Jean Nicolas Blanchard
Provenance :
Paris, France
Medium :
Beechwood
Dimensions :
l. 16.54 inch X H. 34.25 inch X P. 16.54 inch
Seating  - Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth 18th century - Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth
Antiquités Philippe Glédel

18th Furniture, country french furniture


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Chair "voyeuse d'homme" called "ponteuse" by JN BLANCHARD - XVIIIth

Rare chair called "voyeuse d'homme," designating a seat that today we like to call "ponteuse" but that one must specifically designate under the name "vowel".
These chairs game once fairs for the nobility and aristocracy, have the reputation of being masters seats, reputation justified because there are always within their belts stamps carpenters most prestigious capital. Molded and painted in cream rechampi gray Trianon, the latter is the work of Jean Nicolas Blanchard.

Presented here in its "juice" and covered his old needlepoint.
Dimensions: Width 47 cm armrest.

Louis XVI - XVIII century.

Antiquités Philippe Glédel

CATALOGUE

Dining Chair Louis XV

18th century
A Louis XV set of four chairs
18th century
Pair of Louis XV caned chairs