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A set of four giltwood armchairs, late Louis XV, circa 1770 , stamped L.C. CARPENTIER (regilt)
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25,00040,000
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A set of four giltwood armchairs, late Louis XV, circa 1770 , stamped L.C. CARPENTIER (regilt)
Estimate
25,00040,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

De la collection du Prince Marc de Beauvau-Craon, Paris

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A set of four giltwood armchairs, late Louis XV, circa 1770 , stamped L.C. CARPENTIER (regilt)
with a green embossed velvet upholstery ; en suite with the previous lot
Quantity: 4
Haut. 95 cm, larg. 67 cm ; Height 37 1/3  in, width 25 in
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Provenance

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Catalogue Note

Louis-Charles Carpentier received his master on 26 July 1752 and lived on Rue de Cléry. He was a juror of his guild from 1765 to 1767. Having close commercial ties with the architect Le Carpentier, his main clients included: Prince of Condé, royal tax collectors Roslin d'Ivry, Michel Bouret, Bergeret, Marquet de Peyre, the Duchess of Villeroy, the Marquise of Brunoy, Mademoiselle Luzy. On 7 April 1779, he sold his merchandise stock to Jean-Baptiste-Claude Séné.

Appointed menuisier of the Prince of Condé, he produced chairs for him from 1766 to 1772 for the sum of 18,444 livres [ancient French currency], both in Paris and Chantilly, Louis Delanois was left with the furnishing of his secondary apartments.

De la collection du Prince Marc de Beauvau-Craon, Paris

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Paris