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European Chair Christmas Ornament, French Neoclassical

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Price: $35.00
Member Price: $31.50

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Description

This charming ornament is based on a delicate side chair in the Museums collection that originated in about 178085 in France. Made of carved and gilded beechwood, and upholstered in eighteenth-century cream-colored silk tabby, the chair is among the furnishings on view in a boudoir from the Hotel de Crillon, Paris (177780), now installed as a Museum period room.

Cast resin. Hand painted. Includes a gold ribbon for hanging. Gift boxed. 4 1/4''H x 2 1/4''W x 3''D.

  • Cast resin
  • Hand painted
  • Includes a gold ribbon for hanging
  • Gift boxed
  • 4 1/4''H x 2 1/4''W x 3''D

Art History

The Museum houses a delicate side chair that originated in about 178085 in France. Made of carved and gilded beechwood, and upholstered in eighteenth-century cream- colored silk tabby, the chair is among the furnishings on view in a boudoir from the Hotel de Crillon, Paris (177780), now installed as a Museum period room. This elegant interior illustrates the restrained Neoclassical style popular in the latter part of the eighteenth century.

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Description

This charming ornament is based on a delicate side chair in the Museums collection that originated in about 178085 in France. Made of carved and gilded beechwood, and upholstered in eighteenth-century cream-colored silk tabby, the chair is among the furnishings on view in a boudoir from the Hotel de Crillon, Paris (177780), now installed as a Museum period room.

Cast resin. Hand painted. Includes a gold ribbon for hanging. Gift boxed. 4 1/4''H x 2 1/4''W x 3''D.




  • Cast resin
  • Hand painted
  • Includes a gold ribbon for hanging
  • Gift boxed
  • 4 1/4''H x 2 1/4''W x 3''D




Art History

The Museum houses a delicate side chair that originated in about 178085 in France. Made of carved and gilded beechwood, and upholstered in eighteenth-century cream- colored silk tabby, the chair is among the furnishings on view in a boudoir from the Hotel de Crillon, Paris (177780), now installed as a Museum period room. This elegant interior illustrates the restrained Neoclassical style popular in the latter part of the eighteenth century.


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