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A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780
A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 - Seating Style Louis XVI A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 - Louis XVI Antiquités - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780
Ref : 80446
3 800 €   -   SALE PENDING
Period :
18th century
Artist :
Martin Jullien reçu maître le 23 juillet 1777.
Provenance :
French, Parisian
Medium :
Beech-wood carved molded and waxed
Dimensions :
l. 27.95 inch X H. 35.63 inch
Seating  - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 18th century - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 Louis XVI - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780 Antiquités - A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780
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A Louis XVI bergères stamped Martin Jullien 18th Century Circa 1780

Pair of large and comfortable armchairs Louis XVI period in stained beech, molded and carved said by André Roubo "bergère de salle de compagnie". The woodwork of this pair of elegant shepherdesses runs in a single jet so that its wide arched backrest basket handle very flared seems extended cuff armrests themselves reconducted consoles body belt by their implantations in line with the forefoot. Cubic dice extend the visual by unifying consoles, crossbars and legs. It consists of four feet; its right forebears enclose the whole, the deviant posterior preserving the balance of the seat. All four are tapered fluted, the anterior are rudentées, strangled in their summons pinched at their bases. The entire woodwork is harmoniously highlighted with pinch moldings. The dice of connection are they carved clover foliage. Balance, nervousness, elegance and quality are the most appropriate terms for this beautiful and very fine pair of shepherdesses. It should be noted the great care given to the connecting elements of an irreproachable quality. The stamp: Martin Jullien master in Paris July 23, 1777 is struck under the front cross of one of them. Upholstery and trim of almond green velvet have been recently refurbished; only the cover may be subject to repair. The choice of a new fabric will be studied with the future buyer. Martin Jullien, received master on July 23, 1777. "His production consists of classic Louis XVI chairs, balanced proportions and very careful workmanship. The name of Georges Jacob was mentioned. Reference: Pierre Kjellberg, The French furniture of the eighteenth, Paris, Editions of the Amateur, 1989, p. The old Antony Roux collection contained a pair of Louis XVI shepherdesses of the same model bearing the Martin Jullien stamp. Dimensions: H 90.5cm, H seat with cushion 48cm without 33cm; L 71cm; P 66cm sitting 54cm.


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Fauteuil &Bergere Louis XVI