Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees
Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees
Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees

Louis XV-Style French Caned Settees

  • These double caned settees embody the grace and refinement of the Louis XV style
  • The graceful frames of the French chairs are adorned by delicate ormolu accents
  • Standing on reeded legs, they display all the elegance of this highly coveted style
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Item No. 30-7610
$22,850
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This exquisite pair of 19th-century French settees captures the spirit of the Louis XV style. The versatile chairs are exquisitely crafted with gracefully curved, double caned seat backs, while bronze ormolu accents add a hint of luxury to the carved wood frames. Beautifully embellished throughout, the settees rest on four classically-inspired reed legs.

Renowned for its old-world refinement, Louis XV style furniture originated during the reign of Louis XV of France in the mid-18th century. Highly ornamental, yet elegant, Louis XV furniture was more feminine and subdued than in previous years, and was constructed with gracious curving lines from crest to foot. In addition, cast and gilded bronze mounts were added, accentuating the elegance and luxury of these intricately crafted pieces.

19th century

37" wide x 25" deep x 33" high
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:France
Style:Louis XV
Type:Seating
Depth:25.0 Inches
Width:37.0 Inches
Height:33.0 Inches
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