Rare set of six wooden chairs Beech, attributed to Louis Cresson in Paris in 1730.
Model decorated with acanthus surmounted sunflowers on background grids on the high and low cross folders.
The shoulders falls acanthus.
The low cross finely carved grenades exploded amid grid acanthus and foliage.
Arched feet decorated with acanthus large falls in flowers.
Spacers X of origin.
Work attributed to Louis Cresson in Paris in 1730.
Height: 100 cm; Width: 50 cm, depth: 42 cm
Louis Cresson (1706-1761) received master carpenter in Paris 28 January 1738 is the heir of one of the greatest dynasties of Parisian carpenters.
He exercises street Clery at the sign "The image of St. Louis" and vowed to become his corporation in 1748.
His talent enables him to receive orders of D'Orléans Duke, the Prince de Conde, the Menus Plaisirs ....
He is the author of the famous mechanical chair of the Duke of Burgundy.
The nature of the decor purely regency, especially sunflowers and surmounted by acanthus grenades on grid background and foliage falls to the shoulders of the workshop are typical of Cresson and especially Louis.