In mahogany-coloured wood, the posterior legs of saber shape, the front legs of the so-called "Jacob" shape, those of the armchairs forming protruding armrest supports turned cylinder with baluster ends, flat tops, convex front for the armchairs and plain straight for the chairs. Back upholstery in cream and blue striped velvet.
Empire period, 1804-1815.
Stamps "JACOB . D / R . MESLÉE" by Georges Jacob (1739-1814) and François Honoré Georges Jacob Desmalter (1770-1841).
Bear the iron marks with the cipher LP crowned of the Garde-Meuble of Louis-Philippe, Duke of Orléans, and the inventory numbers "42" and "56" of the Neuilly palace under the Restauration period.
Chairs: H. 89 x W. 49 x D. 40 cm.
Armchairs: H. 95 x W. 62 x D. 55 cm.
- Louis-Philippe d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans, first Prince of the Blood and future King Louis-Philippe I (1773-1850), at the Neuilly castle under the Restauration.
- European private collection.