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19th Century Louis XVI Style Painted Duchesse Brisee Chaise W/ Taupe Boucle

This 19th Century Louis XVI Style Painted Duchesse Brisee Chaise is a true masterpiece of French provincial design, epitomizing the late 19th-century aesthetic. Meticulously hand-crafted from solid wood, it boasts a hand-molded frame with a square-shaped back, finished in an elegant olive green paint that carries a gracefully aged, distressed patina. The chair and ottoman have been thoughtfully reupholstered in a stain-resistant Krypton light taupe boucle fabric, adding an element of soft luxury to the ensemble, and the upholstery is impeccably finished with matching double piping trim. The cushioned seats are gracefully supported by tapered, fluted legs culminating in toupie feet, a characteristic Louis XVI-style seating feature. The legs are further adorned with delicately carved rosettes at the corners, showcasing remarkable joinery and craftsmanship. With its classic French silhouette and a harmonious combination of colors, this Duchesse Brisee Chaise is a stunning addition to any interior space, exuding timeless beauty and charm.

- Origin: Provence, France

- Dimensions: W 50" x D 28" x H 38.5" - seat height 16 / arm height 26". Seat interior Length 39" x Depth 23"

- Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with age-appropriate wear. Naturally aged distressed green patina. Newly upholstered in stain-resistant Krypton light taupe boucle fabric.


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