Pair of Neoclassical Style Black Leather Library Armchairs


Elegant pair of bespoke carved library armchairs with dramatic black leather upholstery. The large molded frames are made in the neoclassical taste with an intentionally aged, distressed patina on the wood finish to mimic age. Made by Brustlin workshop, cabinet maker to the stars on Melrose Ave. Hollywood, CA. The generous seats have wide, padded arms measuring 28 inches high. The chairs have a classic round cameo back in the French Louis XVI style. The leather is bordered on the arms with patinated brass tack nail heads. The seats are supported by tapered legs. Excellent joinery and craftsmanship with makers label and branding under the seat. From an estate in Napa Valley, CA. Richard Brustlin often made chairs for his designer neighbors such as Dennis and Leen, Christopher Guy, and J. Robert Scott for their installations. This chair was made in the style and manner of Rose Tarlow's Apollo armchairs.

Dimensions: 26.5"w x 28"d x 40"h, Seat 19"h

Circa: 21st Century, United States

Materials: Brass, Leather, Wood

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully crafted with strong solid joinery. Intentionally distressed, aged patina on the finish to mimic age as seen in photos.

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