GALLERY
RARE ARMCHAIR FROM THE EMPIRE PERIOD
€ 2800
RARE ARMCHAIR FROM THE EMPIRE PERIOD
FROM THE CHÂTEAU DE FONTAINEBLEAU
€ 2800
Object N° 2033

Armchair in polychromed wood, front feet balusters surmounted by a rosette, heads of armrests in volutes, posterior feet saber, flat top, convex frontage.

Healthy woodwork, redone in white, damaged polychrome.

Empire period.

Stamped FLORIAN.

Black stenciled mark of the double F 12177 corresponding to the inventory of August 10, 1856 carried out under Napoleon III for the Palace of Fontainebleau; another black stenciled mark TU 9001 corresponding to a previous inventory also carried out under Napoleon III for the Tuileries Palace. The last crossed-out red stencil mark, the number of which cannot be distinguished, must correspond to the 1817 inventory carried out under Louis XVIII.

H. 94 x L. 62 x D. 53 cm.

Provenance

- Palace of the Tuileries.

- Castel of Fontainebleau, placed in an apartment on the third floor of the Gros Pavillon after 1856.

- Returned to the Garde Meuble in 1885.

- Domaines Sales at the beginning of the 20th century.

- Private collection.