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This delightful little Louis XV style "bergère" is quite unique as it has five legs. It has been reupholstered in a superb fabric by the French editor Jules Pansu, whose company has been creating beautiful fabrics since 1871. This one is called "Bouquets Dauphine" ("Dauphine de France" was the title given to the wife of the heir of the French throne).
The "bergère" is a type of armchair invented around 1730 and which became very fashionable in the salons of the mid-18th century. Its gondola backrest forms a graceful curve that extends to the armrests.
This bergère dates back to the end of the 19th century and is very unique because of its extra fith leg in front. In any room of your home it will bring its elegance and the brightness of its fabric.
Late 19th century
Style: Louis XV
Louis XV, known as the "Beloved" reigned over the kingdom of France from 1715 to 1774, he was the only king of France to be born and die at the Palace of Versailles.
The Louis XV style is characterized by its elegance and lightness. It is recognizable by the grace of the curved legs of the furniture with "pied de biche"(deer foot).
The wood is natural, gilded or painted. The "rococo" style ornamentation is inspired by nature and exoticism.
Height: 81 cm
Depth: 47 cm
Width: 87 cm