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"Regency Period Cane Armchair"
This armchair is in beech, it dates from around 1725, in the midst of the Regency period, it retains a certain Louis Quatorzienne stiffness with its straight sides and its curved base on a pan, a shape inherited from the console base but which ends in windings, the flat backrest is low enough accentuating the impression of width, it corresponds to the innovations that appeared as early as 1715, if we still find the x-shaped spacer, we note that the curved-shaped armrest consoles are set back, the ornamentation carved in low relief consists of stylized acanthus leaves in the form of falls, staples and foliage, as well as lattice backgrounds, it is accompanied by rococo decorations with open shells placed in the axis of the armchair, ordering the decorations, they are also found on the side rails, there are also clips at the connection between the legs and the front rail cut in a wavy shape. This type of armchair is sometimes called a "cabinet armchair", it was in the 1722s that the reestablishment of trade relations with Great Britain brought back the vogue for "roting". Lounge seats were again canned. " The seat has the following restorations: the frame of the seat with its caning are posterior as well as the left cross. There are no entrances or old grafts, the whole is in very good condition. The seat is also provided with an upholstered slab. This armchair painted from the start has a later lacquered finish. Sources: "French furniture, seats" by Guillaume Janneau.
Price: 650 €
Period: 18th century
Style: Louis 14th, Regency
Condition: Bon état

Material: Bois peint

Reference: 828232
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