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Antique French Louis XV Style Provincial Painted Dining Chairs W/ Dark Blue Velvet - Set of 6

Step into the world of timeless elegance with this Antique French Louis XV Style Provincial Painted Dining Chairs - a captivating set of six, intricately designed in the country French provincial style reminiscent of French Louis XV. Skillfully hand-crafted in the late 19th century from solid wood, these chairs feature elegantly carved frames finished in a light creamy antique white lacquer, graced with a naturally aged crackle patina. The allure of these chairs is heightened by their captivating dark blue velvet upholstery, meticulously clean-finished with nailhead trim. The front and sides of the chairs boast a serpentine form, further accentuating the graceful contours of the seat. Resting on hand-carved cabriole legs culminating in classic scroll feet, typical of the Louis XV style, these chairs exude an air of sophistication. With their solid and stable build, excellent joinery, and impeccable craftsmanship, they epitomize the enduring charm of the Classic French Louis XV provincial profile. In good condition with minor wear consistent with age and use, these chairs retain their age-appropriate character, standing as a testament to the timeless beauty of French design.

- Origin: Provence, France

- Dimensions: W 21" x D 23" x H 35.25" - seat height 17.75"

- Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with age-appropriate wear.


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2-6 weeks. Flat Rate Furniture & Freight Delivery applies.


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