Armchair

Armchair

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Louis XV and Empire style armchairs are not mere seats. These are richly decorated antique furniture, made in quality tapestries in various colors. Besides the trampling, the seat, the backrest, the padding, they are equipped with armrests for more comfort. The style seats allow the ladies of the court to sit while spreading their dress.

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Louis XV and Empire style armchairs are not mere seats. These are richly decorated antique furniture, made in quality tapestries in various colors. Besides the trampling, the seat, the backrest, the padding, they are equipped with armrests for more comfort. The style seats allow the ladies of the court to sit while spreading their dress.

The Louis XV armchair and its beautiful curved and elegant curves

Louis XV style armchairs are recognizable by their curved legs whose ends of the feet are rolled up. The armrests are remote to allow ladies to sit comfortably despite their large toilet. The cross bars of the seats are made of foliage sculpture, foliage and flowers to sign the Baroque style of the time. The Queen chair or upholstered seat is characterized by a flat back. The violin-shaped convertible armchair has an arched back and a tread rolled into a dice or snail. The shepherdess has an enveloping shape, because the backrest and the armrests join the seat. The marquise is a furniture Louis XV wide that can accommodate two people. The Louis XV sofas are actually a juxtaposition of three or four armchairs with a continuous back and openwork arms.

The Louis XVI armchair in its neoclassical style

Sofas, armchairs to the Queen,   the convertible , shepherd do not escape theneoclassical style. The Baroque style gives way to a rectilinear geometry that gives a serious look to the Louis XVI armchairs. Finished the winding, the feet of the frame are straight. The upholstery has pride of place at the seat, backrest and armrests. Louis XVI backs and seats are recognizable by their geometric oval, square or trapezoidal shape. The Rococo and Baroque sculptures disappear in favor of a finer sculpture. The armchair Marie-Antoinette Marie-Antoinette, wife of Louis XVI, marks the reign of it, the collection is recognizable by its slightly curved back and lack of ears.

The empire armchair with geometric and imposing shapes

The Empire style corresponds to the reign of Napoleon I and should not be confused with the style of Napoleon III. The Empire armchairs are more massive, imposing, in mahogany wood, lacquered or gilded for the royal furniture repositories. The moldings give way to sculptures on the models of seats of empire sofas, shepherdesses, chairs. Gooseneck chairs , lion head, dolphins stand out depending on the end of the armrest. The front trampling ends on claws, hooves, a profile in Jacob, the rear trampling is distinguished by a saber structure. Folders are flat, inverted or rectangular. Under Napoleon III, the frames are in black woodi in a gondola or cabriolet or toad shape.

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