Pair of caned armchairs stamped Drouilly

18th century
Louis XV style
From: 44000, Nantes, France

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    Pair of caned armchairs in beechwood, resting on 4 arched legs richly carved with foliage and stylized shells.

    The front and side rails are also embellished with carvings of rocaille, foliage, florets and shells.

    These carvings are repeated on the arm brackets, arm heads and on the top crosspiece of the backrest.

    The canework is in good condition, and the seat is covered with tan leather upholstery decorated with petit fer.

    Parisian work of the Louis XV period, stamped by Claude-François DROUILLY, circa 1750.

    Height: 94 cm
    Width: 65 cm
    Depth: 57 cm

    Claude-François DROUILLY, received his master's degree on July 27, 1748, and remained in the business for some twenty years. A chair carpenter based on rue de Charenton, he left a number of fine works in walnut and carved beech, most of them caned. Some of them, like our armchairs, are still inspired by the spirit of the Regency period.

    Ref: 6FP865JRF0

    Condition Good
    Style Louis XV style (Armchairs of Louis XV style Style)
    Period 18th century (Armchairs 18th century)
    Country of origin France
    Cabinetmaker Claude-François DROUILLY
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44000, Nantes, France
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