This section doesn’t currently include any content. Add content to this section using the sidebar.

Image caption appears here

Add your deal, information or promotional text

Antique French Louis XVI Style Painted Armchairs W/ Green Velvet - A Pair

Step into the realm of timeless elegance with this exquisite pair of Antique French Louis XVI Style Painted Armchairs. These chairs, crafted in the esteemed style of the French Louis XVI era, are a testament to classic design and craftsmanship. Each chair features a meticulously hand-molded frame, boasting an oval-shaped medallion back that exudes sophistication and grace. Finished in a light creamy antique white lacquer, the chairs have acquired a naturally aged patina, enhanced by tastefully distressed areas that add to their vintage charm. Upholstered in luxurious green velvet fabric, the seats are impeccably finished with meticulous tack nailhead trim. Supported by elegant tapered, fluted legs that terminate in graceful toupie feet, a hallmark of Louis XVI chairs, these pieces display remarkable attention to detail. Adorned with carved rosettes on the corners of the front legs, they perfectly capture the essence of classic French design. With exceptional joinery and craftsmanship, these chairs embody the iconic French silhouette and elevate any space with their beautiful color combination and refined presence.

- Origin: Provence, France

- Dimensions: W 22.25" x D 19.5" x H 38" - arm height 28" / Seat dimensions: W 19.25" x D 17.25" x H 19"

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

SHIPPING & RETURNS

Products are sent to your home with White Glove Delivery. We’ll call you to schedule a delivery time, bring the item into your home unpacked and assembled, and remove all packaging. For additional information, please see our Shipping and Returns terms.

SHIPPING TIME

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

RETURNS

Just call us when you receive your order, in case anything isn't perfect.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Search