Pair of lacquered wood bedroom chairs, their backrest and seat covered with genuine silk. They are based on four tapered, fluted and “rudentés” feet connected to the belt by connecting dice. Work from the Louis XVI period, one of the chairs stamped H. Jacob
85 cm H x 47 cm W x 44 cm D
It is remarkable to have preserved, even past and testifying to the wear of time, its genuine silk and trim.
Henri Jacob (December 25, 1753 – December 2, 1824), Master on September 29, 1779, he was the cousin of the famous George Jacob. It also enjoyed a great reputation due in particular to the high quality of its production. He worked for the court from 1785.
12 000 €