A beautiful piece of furniture in the Neo-Rococo shapes from the second half of the 19th century.
The wooden parts are ornamented with flutings and a shell motif.
The legs of the furniture are bent outwards, in the scroll-like manner.
The seat of this chaise longue is of the spring type, on the webbing straps, and filled, along with the original backrest, with a filler which consists of a sea grass and bristle.
Presented chaise longue has undergone a renovation. The upholstery has been replaced with a new, blue one.
What also attracts attention is the precise quilting of the backrest.
This furniture will surely be a spectacular addition to any interior, which will not only provide great aesthetics values, but also a way to relax.
Chaise longue (fr. chaise-longue) is a type of couch in the shape of an elongated armchair with a headrest, and a backrest that is heighten on one side. The leg support makes rest in the semirecicling position possible. First chaise longues appeared in France, in the 17th century, when the Rococo style was strongly present. However, the heyday of its popularity dates to the 18th and the 19th century. Chaise longue was the furniture of aristocracy, strongly associated with luxury and comfort.
Because of its magnificence, this piece of furniture requires extra exposition. The best places to exhibit this chaise longue are living rooms, bedrooms, or offices.
THE AUTHENTICITY (period of origin, type of wood used in manufacturing) has been confirmed by an experienced expert in vintage and antique furniture. Antique Beauty company issues CERTIFICATE OF EXHIBITOR on presented furniture, which confirms authenticity, legal origin, the approximate date and place of the furniture manufacturing.
- Mahogany; Item no.: AB001362
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