SOLD - A French Louis XIV style walnut fauteuil circa 1790 with camelback, large scrolling open arms, Flemish scroll legs, curving H-form stretcher and old upholstery. Presenting a French Louis XIV style walnut fauteuil, circa 1790, a piece that exudes charm and sophistication. This armchair features a distinctive camel back that adds a unique and elegant flair to its design.
The fauteuil's large scrolling open arms are masterfully crafted and effortlessly come to rest on the scrolling supports, creating an impressive visual statement that is both bold and refined.
One cannot overlook the curving H-form stretcher connecting the Flemish scroll legs, which not only provides stability but also adds an eye-catching design element to this magnificent chair. The stretcher's striking form enhances the chair's overall allure and serves as a testament to the exceptional craftsmanship of the late 18th century.
Finally, the fauteuil is adorned with old upholstery, which adds a touch of history and character to the piece. This aged fabric tells a story of its own, bearing the marks of time and offering a glimpse into the life of this elegant armchair.
With its camelback, large scrolling open arms, Flemish scroll legs, curving H-form stretcher, and old upholstery, this French Louis XIV style walnut armchair from cira 1790 is a piece that will bring elegance, charm, and a sense of history to any interior space.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 18th Century
Dimensions: 24.5"W x 23.5"D x 44.5"H
Inventory Number: XX289