H 90 cm W 68 cm D 61 cm seat height 41 cm
2 identical Art Deco armchairs, ca. 1930-40
Shown are two identical and original armchairs made during the Art Deco period. The frame consists of solid South American (presumably Cuban) wood. The backrest has an oval structure with a central vertical plank at the rear for reinforcement. This is a reference to the Louis XVI style. At mid-height, S-shaped armrests originate that connect via vertical supports to the seat, which has a semi-circular aspect with reinforcements at the back. The front shelf runs horizontally with a concave indentation at the level of the front legs. The rear legs are slightly slanted and tapered downwards. The front legs are slightly curved in an S-shape and also taper downwards. The backrest and the cushion are covered with a light brownish-grey colored fabric. The cushion lies on a white-grey solid fabric mat that is stretched around the inside of the wooden seat. Both armchairs are in near perfect condition. The fabric upholstery may have been renewed at some point. These armchairs date from the Art Deco period, ca.1930-40.
Condition: some traces of age and use, but otherwise in near perfect condition.
THESE ARMCHAIRS NEED TO BE COLLECTED BECAUSE OF THE SIZE AND WEIGHT.