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Superb cabinet chair, in carved mahogany, mahogany veneer and black patinated beech.

The backrest with wide openwork band with finely carved trellis decoration.

The lion-headed armrests, the forefeet in hock and the hinds in sabre.


The openwork composition of the backrest is strictly identical to that of a set delivered by Jacob Frères, not stamped, in 1800 for the Tuileries Palace, then installed in 1807 in Fontainebleau in a dining room of the princes' apartment.

J-P Samoyault, Mobilier Français Consulat et Empire, Paris 2009, p. 66, fig.115.


The armchair carries under the seat, a leather label with an inventory number '433'

Beautiful quality green leather trim, saw tooth leather trim.

Photos on dark background (without artificial light) then in situation to appreciate all their beauty.


Very nice state of conservation, restorations of use.


Attributed to Jacob Frères: 1796 - 1803


Empire-Consulat era .


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Jacob Frères, Consulat period cabinet chair.


    Height: 36,6 inches

    Width: 24,8 inches
    Profondeur: 24,8 inches


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