Pair of French Walnut Os de Mouton Armchairs

(France, 20th Century)

Pair of French Walnut Os de Mouton Armchairs
1610 Bissonet Street
Houston, TX, 77005
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Pair of French Walnut Os de Mouton Armchairs


Pair of French Os de Mouton walnut armchairs with Contemporary upholstery. The graceful sweeping lines of the chairs led to the name "os de mouton" because of their resemblance to the hind leg of a woolly sheep. All four of the legs have a gently rounded profile accentuated with reeded detail and the legs are joined by horizontal stretchers that also follow the same profile. The consistency of the design gives the chairs a very pleasing appearance when viewed from any direction. Both of the arms also are curved and placed at a height that provide a comfortable resting spot for arms and hands when seated. The generous width and depth of the seat and the slightly angled back all contribute to the overall comfort of the chair as does the new upholstery with its striking geometric pattern in raised cut velvet.

WIDTH: 25 in | HEIGHT: 43 in | DEPTH: 27 in

Origin France
Category Armchairs
Period 20th Century
Style Unspecified

Shipping Estimate: $450 | White glove

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THB REF: 3421492574 DEALER REF: VLA436


"This type of chair became popular between the reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV in France (1610-1715) when the ability to carve timber into consistent shapes was emerging. "