Pair of Directoire Period Grey Chairs with White Velvet Seats
This exquisite pair of painted beechwood chairs showcases the elegance and artistry of the Directoire period (1795-1799). The chairs feature a captivating openwork back adorned with intricate crosses and delicate vase motifs, displaying the skilled craftsmanship of the era. Resting upon graceful baluster legs and saber back legs, they embody the period's characteristic design elements. Although there are minor signs of wear, such as small accidents and restorations, the chairs have been meticulously preserved. This pair of chairs is a remarkable testament to the artistic legacy and timeless allure of the Directoire period.