"Pair Of Majorelle Armchairs"
Pair of carved wooden armchairs with high straight back, separated in its center by a fully carved crosspiece, in its upper part, ivy leaves and stems, pattern that continues on the end of the armrests, belts and backsplashes. Backrest, seat and armrests covered with refurbished cotton trim. This model of armchair, where the plant theme is mentioned, is particularly representative of the style and design of Louis Majorelle's furniture in the mid 1890s, when, after a production of Louis XVI style furniture and lacquered furniture, under the 'decisive influence of Emile Gallé, he embarked on the path of naturalism. After this conversion, he was inspired by nature for the realization of his furniture, but keeping the techniques of construction and architecture of traditional styles. The structures take naturalistic forms, offering an exceptional quality and finish with the privileged use of hard woods, such as mahogany, ebony or rosewood.