Beautiful mahogany armchair from the Consulate period.
Nice backrest with three balusters. Front legs in the shape of a sword sheath.
Beautiful quality of sculpture and manufacture, to be compared to the work of great cabinetmakers of the beginning of the 19th century.
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Very nice armchair in mahogany and mahogany veneer that can be used as an office chair.
Its backrest has a wide upper band, carved with a diamond, palmettes and a rosette. With the low crosspiece, it encloses three flat and sculpted balusters.
Its arms are made of solid wood and finished with a flattened scroll resting on the front feet. These imitate a sword scabbard, decorated with carvings.
The seat is covered with decorated animal hair. The belt crosspieces are plated.
Work from the Consulate period.
It is a beautiful model, to be compared to the work of great cabinetmakers such as Jacob, Marcion or even Demay.
In very good shape. It is reported that the sleeper rabbets have been repaired.