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Baroque black and silver armchair

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Combining comfort and elegance, the black and silver baroque armchair is made with a solid beech carved and silver structure, upholstered in a black rococo velvet.

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Baroque black and silver armchair

Baroque black and silver armchair

Combining comfort and elegance, the black and silver baroque armchair is made with a solid beech carved and silver structure, upholstered in a black rococo velvet.

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Made on a solid and precious wooden structure, especially here by massive silver beech, dressed with fine handmade sculptures, this beautiful baroque black and silver armchair is upholstered with high quality foams. A black velvet fabric held by upholstery nails covers the seat for more effect.

Height: 109 cm - width: 62 cm - depth 60,5 cm - sitting height: 54 cm

A baroque armchair for a stylish decoration

As part of the classic Baroque armchair, one of the most esteemed furniture in the Rococo style, the Baroque black and silver armchair combines luxury and opulence. Born in the eighteenth century in Rome, Italy, as a true Baroque art style Louis XIV, Rococo is a European artistic movement affecting many areas. It includes architecture, painting, decorative arts, music and literature. The concept developed in the furniture to generate a style of great magnificence, which is particularly seen on the furniture in the palace, the abbey, the museum of Versailles in France or the church. The most typical artists of this period are Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684-1721), François Boucher (1703-1770). Charles Cressent is a master cabinetmaker of the eighteenth century who made the royal throne, but baroque art continues to inspire those who have the taste of chic.

A sitting of the kingr an elegant rendering

Adopting the most traditional style of this ostentatious art, the black and silver baroque armchair has a slightly curved base. Other voluptuous curves are also visible at the back and the seat, which are padded with foam and then padded with black velvet. The finish of the solid silver beech structure, articulated with a Gothic art, is done in a traditional way with tenons and mortises. This chair can be harmonized with a loveseat or sofa of this style to complete the decoration.

Fabric: 100% Polyester

Padding:

Seat: polyurethane foam (density 22 kg / m3)

Backrest: polyurethane foam (density 16 kg / m3)

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