Two rococo dining room chairs in Chesterfield style
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Two very beautiful mahogany dining room chairs in rococo and chesterfield style.
The seats are lavishly baroque, with beautiful rococo-style carvings around the
backrests and on the front of the seat.
The backrest is finished with buttons in chesterfield style and trimmed with a ribbon of nails.
The back of the backrest is framed by beautiful wavy woodwork.
The seat is also trimmed with a ribbon of nails.
The wavy lines of the rococo style are also reflected in the chair legs which gracefully support the chairs.
Chesterfield furniture is an English-style seating furniture dating back to the late eighteenth century.
They can be recognized by the padding (deep knots) on the back and seat and often have nails at the front.
The Chesterfield style quickly grew into an English icon and is known all over the world and recognized as such.
Padding is a technique in which a fabric or piece of leather is knotted in such a way that a layer of cushions is
created between the fabric and the background.
The rococo is a European style period in the visual and applied arts, which has its peak
between 1730 and 1760. The name is derived from the French word rocaille, an asymmetric
shell motif that was widely used in the 18th century baroque, especially in applied art.
The upholstery has minor signs of wear.
The chairs are 101 cm high, have a width of 48 cm and a depth of 57 cm.
Weight 5.8 kg each.
Last quarter of the 20th century.
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