These cabriolets of the Louis XV period are made of beech wood, they are the work of Jean-Baptiste Lebas, 1729-1795, whose stamp is under the front crossbar. Master in July 1756, he was established in the rue de Cléry at the sign of the Saint-Esprit, among his customers were the Countess du Barry and the Count of Artois. These seats, with an elegant and sober design, are all in molding, the backs and belts are curved, the armrests are whip-like and they rest on four curved legs. In a good state of preservation, they have been completely dismantled, the assemblies reviewed and their upholstery completely redone.
Eighteenth century period.
Dimensions: height 85 cm, width 62 cm, depth 52 cm.
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4 800 €