Pair of French Louis XIV style walnut os de mouton fauteuils from the 19th century with rectangular slanted backs, large scrolling arms, scrolling legs, cross stretchers and flame stitch upholstery. Presenting this pair of 19th-century French Louis XIV style os de mouton walnut fauteuils, manifesting an aesthetic of timeless sophistication. The chairs, featuring rectangular slanted backs and large scrolling arms, exude the ornate grandeur associated with the Louis XIV style, making them an exquisite addition to any refined living space.
The distinctive os de mouton legs, characterized by their scrolling design resembling a sheep's bone, enhance the chairs' charm and are coupled with cross stretchers, enhancing their durability and stability. The walnut construction, known for its robustness and warm tones, beautifully complements the scrolling legs and arms, creating an appealing balance between form and function.
Accentuating the allure of these fauteuils, the flame stitch upholstery, a classic textile pattern with a zigzag motif, adds a layer of visual interest. Although the fabric shows signs of use and is in fair condition, it contributes to the chairs' character.
This pair of French Louis XIV style walnut fauteuils, with their os de mouton bases and flame stitch upholstery, encapsulate the artistry and craftsmanship of the 19th century and are perfect for those seeking to curate a space with a sense of European grandeur and classical beauty.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 24.75"W x 29.75"D x 45.5"H
Inventory Number: XX416