"18th Century Four Venetian Carved Walnut Wood Armchairs "18th Century Four Venetian Carved Walnut Wood Armchairs
These splendid armchairs were made in Venice, Italy, around the middle of the 18th century and they reflect the stylistic dictates typical of the Venetian Baroque.
They are distinguished by their lightness and structural airiness: the seat is supported by an openwork band and the open back consists of two interwoven elements of complicated execution. The top of the back has a decoration with rocaille scrolls. The legs are moved and arched and the foot are carved. On the uprights there are carved floral elements and in the center ornamental motifs with flowers and fruits. The curved and shaped armrests help to give a particularly harmonious line.
The armchairs, which can be placed together or two by two, are very light in an environment, whether leaning against a wall, or positioned in the center of a room or in a bedroom. Their small dimensions also facilitate their insertion and the play of the structure's tunnel makes them pleasantly decorative and of great scenic impact.