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A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th
A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th  - Seating Style Louis XVI A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th  - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th  - Louis XVI Antiquités - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th
Ref : 96661
3 900 €
Period :
18th century
Artist :
Jean-René Nadal, dit Nadal l’aîné, maître à Paris
Provenance :
French, Parisian
Medium :
Lacquered light gray beech wood
Dimensions :
l. 24.53 inch X H. 38.31 inch
Seating  - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th 18th century - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th Louis XVI - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th Antiquités - A Louis XVI armchair stamped  Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th
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A Louis XVI armchair stamped Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder 18th

Rare armchair with flat back, called "à anses de panier" in carved beech wood, molded and lacquered light gray period Louis XVI stamped by Jean-René Nadal, called Nadal the elder. Its square-shaped backrest with a low arch, known as a basket handle, is covered with large moldings, where the armrests are very high. These provided with cuffs come to pose their nose in cavet with rollings on the top of the arch of the armrests; themselves resting on grooved stops overhanging cubic connection dices carved of rosettes in the aplomb of the front foot. This one carries a naked ring, tapered, fluted and vertical. The stamp of Nadal, the elder is stamped on the edge of the front crosspiece of the seat. Balance, responsiveness, elegance and quality are the most appropriate terms for this beautiful chair. It should be noted the great care taken with the linking elements of impeccable quality. The shaft, upholstery and trim have been completely restored, the taupe silk cover with foliage and flower motifs comes from the oldest silk manufacturer in Lyon, La Maison Tassinari & Chatel.
Jean-René, known as Nadal the elder, master in Paris on September 22, 1756, he settled in rue de Cléry, at the Lion d'argent, and led his company with a brilliant activity. Under Louis XVI, he executed works for the furniture of the Crown. His talents were also employed by the Count of Artois, who asked him for seats in the antique style and several bed-woods, with imperial voussures, intended for the prieural palace of the Temple and the castle of Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
Dimensions :
Height at the top of the back: 97.3cm - Seat height 44.5cm
Width of armrests 62.3cm
Depth of seat: 54.5cm.
Bibliography, the French furniture; " the seats " of Guillaume Janneau to the editions Jacques Fréal. The cabinetmakers of the eighteenth century of Count François de Salverte editions of art and history of 1934page 225.

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