Accession Nr.: 57.484.5
Date of production:
early 17th century
Place of production: Hungary (presumably)
Materials: walnut wood
Techniques: carved; upholstered
height: 127 cm
length: 40 cm
width: 60 cm
Stands on four rectangular feet, which are longer at the back and shorter at the front. The front two legs hold the voluted arm supports the back ones give a frame to the back support. The seat and the back support are both of a rectangular shape, partly gilded. The legs are joined by plain stretchers at the back and on two sides, and by a carved one at the front. The upholstery of both the seat and the back support is cherry red velvet trimmed with braids.


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