By Alex Marchal. chair. Published at Thursday, March 01st, 2018 - 09:33:23 AM.
Fauteuil Chair: Pronounced as 'Foe-toy', This chair has a literal meaning as an armchair. This uniquely designed upholstered armchair was born in the late 1600 BC and got to taste the fame in the early 18th Century. With its use by the esteemed Emperor Louis XIV, this chair got more modified with the passage of time. This ornate design was supposedly used by mostly the men in the society. Therefore, another version of this prestigious chair, named Fauteuil à la Reine, was invented only for the use of Queen.
These are not cheap investments - you can expect to pay four to five digit figures - but definitely fulfilling, especially for those who love to collect antiques. One of the rules with antique chairs is that, the older and more worn out the condition, the greater the value. The quality of the workmanship and the amount of imperfections (remember this is a good thing) would also influence its pricing. If there are any replaced parts in it, the cost would - and it should - most likely go down.
Before you jump right into purchasing these, take some time to look into your room design and picture out what type of antique chair is perfect to add. Ask yourself about what critical role the chair would play - is it going to dictate the whole design theme or just a fixture that'll complete the whole look? You should focus on a specific era of finely crafted chairs (that'll make choosing a little easier).
Buying dining chairs must be done cautiously, because we often tend to choose the first set of the chair that we find to be looking compatible to our dining table, giving secondary consideration to the relevant details like quality, size, style, etc. Even if you have got a very simple looking dining table, and appropriately styled dining chairs can boost the look. Firstly, knowledge about the basic types of chairs available in the market is essential. So, check the following:
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