The fine pair of neoclassical stools, made in Sicily, Italy, in the second half of the eighteenth century, consists of a wooden structure finely carved and gilded. The seat, lined in silk, rests on a band with a square base with angles of 45 degrees. The band has a carved decoration inspired by the motifs of ancient friezes with flowers and flowers. The four legs originate from a capital in composite style with echinus to ovules, Corinthian capital richly carved with leaves of acanth that rests on an element to quadrangular section carved to its inside. From this depart the legs, truncated inverted pyramid, grooved and ending with foot composed of quadrangular and spherical geometric elements.
The two stools, rare and of executive quality, are very decorative and suitable for insertion both in environments with antique furniture and next to modern furniture. They can be designed in a living room, in pairs or individually, next to seats or in a bedroom to support chairs, armchairs or sofas.
Price : on request
7 500 €