Inspired by ancestral know-how, the Louis XVI black velvet armchair is composed of a solid beech frame with fine sculptures, luxurious and authentic decorative furniture.
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The Louis XVI armchair is upholstered in a velvet fabric on a solid beech wood structure with moldings and carvings made by cabinetmakers, its backrest is shaped medaillon.
Height: 95 cm - Width: 63 cm - Depth: 66 cm - Seat height: 50 cm
The Louis XVI medallion armchair brings sophistication to your room while decorating it with harmonious and tasteful seating. Very elegant and charming with its fluted legs, in keeping with the style of the Louis XVI period, it is also very comfortable thanks to its seat and back upholstered with foam.
In addition to the various adornments, this seat takes on the style of the ebb artist Georges Jacob is covered with an elegant fabric in black velvet, which can reflect on the other decorative elements.
Previously intended for the gilded cabinet of Queen Marie Antoinette in the heart of the Palace of Versailles, this sumptuous black Louis XVI armchair is ideal to decorate in the most luxurious way your living room or your office.
Its reputation has always remained the same as that of armchairs designed by cabinetmakers and carpenters of the time at the time as George Jacob, Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806), or ink Joseph Gengenbach said Canabas (1712-1797). This Louis XVI style preceded the transition style which is between 1758 and 1775, and acstarted with the reign of the king.
Composed of noble materials, these seats Louis XVI style really reflect art with its patterns and finishes handmade for a luxurious rendering. Not only aesthetic but also solid, they will find their place in the living room or office. They can stand out by their quality and beauty given its minimalist design.
Fabric: 100% Polyester
Seat: polyurethane foam (density 27 kg / m3)
Back: polyurethane foam (density 18 kg / m3)
Suspension: elastic straps.