Claude Gorgu - Lacquered beechwood armchairs from the Louis XVI period circa 1790 from the Hôtel de Jarnac

At the end of the 18th century, Charles-Rosalie de Rohan-Chabot, Count of Jarnac, a Breton gentleman, rented a private mansion in the rue Monsieur, to which he gave his name.
We offer you this beautiful Louis XVI period Salon from the dispersion of the entire furniture of the Jarnac private mansion.

A set of seats stamped by Claude Gorgu Master in 1770 and stamp of the Jurande des Menuisiers et Ébénistes JME. Our set of carved and lacquered beechwood seats ( restored) includes a sofa, two Bergères, and four armchairs, with cabriolet backs, decorated with ribboned rushes, resting on tapered legs with flutes and rudentures.

Our seats are in very good condition, the lacquer has been restored, the upholstery has been refurbished in the old style, all receiving a beautiful floral pattern fabric (new).

A handsome and rare set of Louis XVI period seats circa 1790 in perfect condition, offering a beautiful stamp and a prestigious provenance.

Measurements sofa: H 35.43 In - W 53.93 In - D 20.86 In - Seat high 19.68 In.
Measurements bergeres: H 37.40 In - W 25.59 In - D 18.89 In - Seat high 19.68 In.
Measurements armchairs: H 35.03 In - W 22.83 In - D 17.71 In - Seat high 16.53 In.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
53.93 × 20.86 × 35.43 in
XVII-XVIIIth century

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Shipping arranged by the buyer: Free

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