The early 18th C sees the emergence of the very creative style known as rocaille or rococo. This evolution of the Regency style is characterised by a strong preference for assymetric lines.
For example, the baroque armchair is replac ed by the "bergere" armchair fauteuil bergère
In a second time, at the mid-18th C, the Louis XV style becomes more simple and less excentric.
At the end of the 18th C the Louis X VI style brings a new evolution using more sophisticated methods and classical lines. style Louis XVI
Six Louis XV period chairs in walnut with new cane backs made in the traditional manner, and new horsehair seats re-covered with a studded aquaclean textile by Casal.
Fully restored and in very good...