Parisian Glamour: Pair of French Louis XVI Style Bergeres


Okay, we have a slight confession to make. We have an obsession that shows no signs of stopping. We are completely mad, enticed, in love with, in awe of, and just all around tickled (in a good way) by all things Parisian, specifically those from a by-gone era. The beauty, the history, the romance—we can’t help but be swept up by Parisian style.

Bring that effortless elegance to your home with a mix of classic-meets-modern furniture like this pair of 1900’s French Louis XVI-style bergere chairs (a long-seated upholstered armchair fashionable in the 18th century) ($2,785) featuring a wood frame ebonized with a polished finish. The carved frames have a braided band along the top edge and acanthus leaves on the front of the arms. The turned legs have fluted details and blunt arrow feet with rosettes at the top corner. The bergeres have recently been professionally upholstered in a black and white striped fabric with double piping trim details with new cushions. These gorgeous chairs are made in France, estimated between 1900-1910.


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