This Louis XV armchair in solid beech is upholstered by a fabric decorated with flowers.
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The Louis XV armchair is perfect to decorate the living room, composed of a structure made of solid beech carved by hand and gilded, whose assembly and finishing are made through the traditional process, it is lined with fabric decorated with flowers, fixed by nails of upholsterer.
Louis XV, the Duke of Lorraine, who took the throne at the age of five in 1715, following the death of his great-grandfather Louis XIV, and his wife Marie Leszczynska, the daughter of Stanislas, were forced to maintain a courtyard provided. They are surrounded by artists and craftsmen, whose cabinetmakers and carpenters most known at the time are the Foliot, Jean-Baptiste Gourdin, Lebas, to provide luxury furniture. The Louis XV armchair is a chair with light and handy backrest, discernable by its baroque decor and hand carved in rockery and foliage motifs allowing it to be a decorative piece of furniture in a luxurious living room.
A rare elegance thanks to its sober lines and its baroque fabric covering, this Louis XV armchair has a backrest of the most beautiful effect within your interior. For extra comfort, it is also equipped with armrests, and is designed in a feminine style to put the ladies at ease with their dresses. Among other things, its foam padding of excellent quality offers a comfortable seat. The assembly of the armchaircabriolet is made in a traditional way with pegs, tenons and mortises, a compromise between resistance and artistic.
You can also harmonize with other decorative elements or furniture of the same tone to complete the ornamentation.
Width: 64 cm - Height: 95 cm - Depth: 61 cm - Seat height: 47 cm
Fabric: 100% Polyester
Seat: polyurethane foam (density 28 kg / m3)
Back: polyurethane foam (density 18 kg / m3)
The suspension is supported by elastic straps.