18th Century, French Louis XV Three-seater Lacquered Woos Corbeille Sofa
The corbeille sofa, made in France around the middle of the eighteenth century, Louis XV era, has a mixed structure whose backrest turns sideways continuing in a 'single curve that forms the enveloping armrests. The wooden structure, entirely lacquered, is carved with Rocaille motifs, or floral and phytomorphic ornaments and the frame that has a wavy trend runs to draw the backrest, the stylized curl armrests, the band under the seat and the legs. The latter, eight, are moved and finished with foliated head. The sofa, three-seater, is covered in velvet and trimming matching.
This sofa is very polite as a whole: it is particularly decorative and the enveloping shape, as well as graceful legs, make it optically very discreet. It is also particularly suitable to be combined with contemporary furnishings as well as period.
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