Regence Gautier Chair

Regence Gautier Chair

Regence Parisian chair with the GAUTIER stamp, circa 1725-1730.

The charm and elegance of this chair lie in the fine Rocaille carving, the perfect curves of the front legs and the rare horseshoe-shaped design of the seat. The back legs are formed on a single plane, with scrolled feet, strongly inspired by Louis XIV style, also reproduced on the rare works by Jean Gourdin (Pere Gourdin). A fine Rocaille chair of this type belonged to the Baronness de Caix, at the Chateau du Hameau-Fleuri (Orne) - France.

The Gautier stamp may belong to François Gautier, a pre-1730 master of Rue de Clery, or to Jacques-Alexis, assumed to be his son, who lived at "La Croix d’Or" in the same street. A rare stamp, as there was very little marking before 1743.

Référence:
04.RT10

Product dimensions

Width: 52 cm - 20.47 "

Depth: 45 cm - 17.72 "

Height: 95 cm - 37.4 "

style Regency / Côté France Collection

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