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 very rare and important suite of four armchairs louis XIV period
 very rare and important suite of four armchairs louis XIV period - Seating Style Louis XIV
Ref : 68742
Price on Request
Period :
17th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Gilded wood
Dimensions :
l. 27.56 inch X H. 49.61 inch X P. 25.59 inch
Seating  -  very rare and important suite of four armchairs louis XIV period
Galerie Philippe Delpierre

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very rare and important suite of four armchairs louis XIV period

Very rare and important suite of four armchairs in the pageantry of golden beechwood and walnut. They have a very high record of rectangular shape from which two arms lavishly decorated with flowers, foliage and valances, completed by a stick decorated with windings and a flower. Console arm is adorned with acanthus leaves. They are based on four feet of baluster form with double bulb square tablet pressed carved leaves. The feet are completed by a double winding, connected via a spacer in the form of H which crosses the median of two C together is decorated with acanthus leaves, foliage and résille. They are covered by a green silk damask on a yellow background.

In 1582, Henri III establishes a settlement of his house that will endure throughout the 17th century.
In the ballroom, chair for the King and Queen And a 20th of seats as stools that scabeaux for those who should sit, which is a great honor.
In the 17th century, the Journal of Dangeau, the Mémoires de Saint-Simon, the letters of Madame de Sevigne anectodes are filled on the hierarchy of seats and the jealousies and intrigues caused by the fact that one has the right to a chair or a chair or stool.

Galerie Philippe Delpierre

18th century
Bergere en cabriolet stamped J.J Pothier

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Fauteuil Louis XIV