Twelve chairs in lacquered wood, Italy, Neoclassical, early 19th century
Measurements: cm H 85 x D 43 x W maximum 50; H seat 46, W seat 47
The refined twelve neoclassical chairs were made in Tuscany (Italy) at the beginning of the 19th century.
The structure of the chairs is entirely lacquered wood in red mahogany, to simulate the grain of the precious wood. They are also decorated with carvings that draw reserves and palm elements in ochre.
The perforated backrest shows, as support of the back, the union of two specular semicircles at the meeting point of which is inserted a rectangular element with carved in the centre an arrow and a quiver superimposed.
Other flower-cut elements are found at the origin of the four legs, curved and casting outwards.
The overall architecture of the chairs is very balanced and graceful, giving elegance to these seats that can therefore be easily exposed together around a table, but also separated in different environments, decorating with colour and refinement corridors, salons, rooms that are furnished with antique or modern objects.