Two rustic French walnut armchairs from the 19th century with scrolling ladder backs, curving open arms, turned supports, rush seats, turned legs in the front and side stretchers, priced and sold individually. These two rustic French walnut armchairs, originating from the 19th century, embody a sense of warmth and charm, making them a delightful addition to any living space. The chairs boast scrolling ladder backs, which offer an intriguing visual appeal, while also providing support. The delicately splaying and curving open arms further enhance the chair's inviting aura, beckoning one to sit back and unwind.
Constructed from walnut wood, the chairs feature turned supports that showcase the craftsmanship and attention to detail prevalent in the period's furniture design. The turned legs in the front, straight ones in the back and side stretchers offer both stability and an understated elegance that seamlessly complements the chairs' overall aesthetic.
A testament to their rustic nature, the armchairs are fitted with traditional rush seats, providing an organic, tactile element that adds to their character and allure. The harmonious blend of materials and craftsmanship in these chairs results in a timeless, versatile design that would be a perfect fit for various interiors, from cozy cottages to modern spaces with a touch of rustic charm.
Available for purchase individually, these 19th-century rustic French walnut armchairs offer a unique opportunity to bring a touch of history and enduring style into one's home. The chairs serve not only as comfortable seating options but also as conversation pieces that evoke the charm and craftsmanship of a bygone era.
Can be split sold as single
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 23"W x 38"H x 24"D
Inventory Number: XX398