Pair of 18th Century Italian Rococo Fauteuil Chairs with Shell Motif

(Italy, 18th Century)

Pair of 18th Century Italian Rococo Fauteuil Chairs with Shell Motif
164 Windy Row
Peterborough, NH, 03458
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Pair of 18th Century Italian Rococo Fauteuil Chairs with Shell Motif

List Price $4,550

Pair of Italian mid 18th century Rococo walnut fauteuil chairs that reflects the transition between the ornate influence of the Baroque period and that of the Neoclassical. Open armchair boasts a cartouche shaped padded back with carved florets in each corner, fluted legs and a carved shell motif at the top so typical of the era. Newly upholstered in white linen from 19th century matching German grain sacks.

WIDTH: 24 in | HEIGHT: 36 in | DEPTH: 18 in

Origin Italy
Category Chairs
Period 18th Century
Style Rococo
ConditionVery good

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CONDITION: The wood in the center backs have shrunk from age, narrow gaps as shown, each back has small chip in the wood. The backs have not been polished, this is normal for the age, as they typically didn’t spend much effort on something you don’t see.

THB REF: 4481571327


"Italian Rococo design refers to interior decoration in Italy during the Rococo period, which went from the early 18th century to around the 1760s. As in the Baroque style, furniture for the wealthy was usually gilded with silver, gold or bronze. Middle-class families and Lombard workshops left furniture unpainted, and was often made with fruitwoods or walnut.