French 18th-Century, Lacquered Beech-Wood Pair of Bergeres Louis XVI Period

An interesting and decorative pair of large-armchairs or Bergeres, in hand-carved lacquered beech-wood.

French work in the classic Louis XVI style, late-18th-century, circa 1780.

Measurements: H 37.40 In - W 27.55 In - D 19.65 In - Seat high 18.11 In.

In fine original condition, and there upholstered with a new lovely Toile of Jouy fabric.

Dimensions Length x Width x Height
27.55 × 19.65 × 37.4 in
XVII-XVIIIth century
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