Set of Eight 19th Century French Provincial Fruitwood Bistro Chairs


Charming assembled set of eight 19th century fruitwood cafe bistro dining chairs made in the country French provincial style with Biedermeier influence. The post empire period chairs have a country French provincial aesthetic with gracefully curved backs and round cane seats. The chairs are supported by turned legs conjoined by turned stretchers. These hand-crafted cafe bistro chairs were common before the popularity of bentwood chairs by Michael Thonet and the Vienna Secession movement that started in Austria. The chairs have a lovely aged patina with old repairs as expected. From an estate in San Francisco, CA.

Dimensions: 17"w x 19"d x 32"h, Seat 17.5"h

Circa: 19th Century, France

Materials: Cane, Fruitwood

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Beautifully hand-crafted with intact cane. Aged, distressed patina with numerous repairs. Chairs vary slightly in size, shape, and finish as seen in photos.

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