Pair of beech cabriolet drums, with a slightly arched medallion back, entirely carved with interlacing, the belt also carved with interlacing, the armrest console placed at the foot of the foot is carved with piastres and a sheet of acanthus, resting on slightly tapered feet, fluted and rudent. This pretty pair made around 1780 bears the stamp of the carpenter in Georges Jacob siege. The elegance of the lines and the finesse of the sculpture make this pair a very beautiful carpentry work in the seat.
This pair has been completely restored by our workshop. The assemblies have been revised for a perfect and precise fit, then recollected and re-worked traditionally.