Paire de fauteuils

Lot 204
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4000 - 6000 EUR
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Result : 13 475EUR
Paire de fauteuils
Pair of armchairs with a slightly rectangular back in gilded wood, molded and carved with acanthus leaves and pearls. The curved armrests with scrolls decorated with rosettes, the right belt, they rest on tapered and fluted legs with rings with corded pattern and asparagus Stamped I.B. LELARGE Louis XVI period (chips) H : 88 W : 63,5 D : 53 cm Jean-Baptiste III Lelarge, carpenter received master in 1775 Jean-Baptiste III Lelarge (1743-1802), son and grandson of a carpenter, was trained in his father's workshop on rue de Cléry. In 1775, he became a master craftsman and took over the management of the workshop, keeping his father's stamp. He supplied a rich French and foreign clientele, including the king of Portugal. He continued his activity after the Revolution until his death in 1802. Provenance: Presumably Sale Paris, Hôtel Drouot, December 10, 1969 (no catalog) This armchair is to be compared with the one that was in the Hammel collection (1) (1) Sale in Paris, Hôtel George V, December 18, 2001, n°140
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