Pair Of Gilded Wooden Armchairs. Louis XV era. In The Taste Of Tilliard
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Pair of armchairs, the back to the Queen, in gilded wood, molded and carved, the back with a slight shoulder with staples, the armrest consoles in very slight whiplash, the belt centered at the front of a cabochon embedded in staples.
They rest on arched feet.
Louis XV Era
In the taste of TILLIARD
The wood is in very good condition; the gilding, rare lacks.
The struck velvet in used condition (in particular at one of the seats)
Dimensions: Width 68 cm; Height 88 cm; Depth 56 cm
This pair of armchairs, by their little-used staple pattern, inevitably reminds us of the illustrious Ebenist Carpenter, who treated it very well, who is none other than Jean Baptiste TILLIARD 1.
Member of a large family of carpenters, he is one of the greatest of the Louis XV era.
Ordinary carpenter of the Furniture Guard of the Crown, he supplies Versailles, and in particular Madame de Pompadour.
His excellence recognized, he delivers for the Queen's apartment in Versailles, or even the Bedroom or the Cabinet of King Louis XV.
Closer to us, we find his works in the Niarchos collection, in the Louvre by a Legacy of the Count of Camondo, or even in the Victoria and Albert Museum.