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Pair of Danish Neo- classical Armchairs

CH27 - 253
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A rare pair of Danish Neo-classical mahogany and brass armchairs by M.G. Bindesboll. circa 1835. Michael Bindesboll was Denmark's foremost Neoclassical Architect of the mid 19th century and designed the iconic Thorvaldsen Museum in Copenhagen. He was hugely influenced by the art and architecture of Pompeii and Herculaneum and these chairs have a very 'Roman' feel. These chairs are unusual in having lovely crisp brass ring mounts and unique cast brass square feet.

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Height80 cm (31 1/2")
Width61 cm (24")
Depth47 cm (18 1/2")
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Period 19th Century
Medium Mahogany
Country Denmark
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