Armchair with flat back covered with tapestry
The Queen's chair (and Queen's chair) is characterized by a flat, slightly sloping and padded back. Its trapezoidal seat has a curved front belt. It was created at the end of the Regency style and at the beginning of the reign of Louis XV by the cabinetmaker Jean-Baptiste Tillard, we suppose.
Tinted beech and walnut molded and carved with channels and flowers on a curved base. Upholstery in small point with floral decoration.
Louis XV period, stamped BERGEZ - Clément Bergez, received to the master in 1720.