20th Century White French Pair of Oak Lounge Chairs by Guillerme et Chambron
A light-brown, vintage Mid-Century modern pair of lounge chairs made of hand crafted bleached Oakwood, designed by Guillerme et Chambron in good condition. The seat backrest of the sculptural armchairs are spindled, detailed with short arched armrests, standing on four curved wooden legs. Newly upholstered in a white bouclé fabric from Pierre Frey. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1950 - 1960, France.
Seat: 16.5" H x 23" W x 19.25" D
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Jacques Chambron was a French designer and painter born circa in the 1920's in France and passed away in France. Chambron's personal life and professional training remains lost in history. In 1948, he started working with the Guillerme family in Northern France.
Robert Guillerme was a French designer and architect born circa in the 1920's in France and passed away in France. Guillerme studied architecture and design at the French university École Boulle in Paris. After the Second Work War, he moved to Lille, where he started to begin to decorate and design furniture. Later on, he founded with Jacques Chambron and Émile Dariosecq their own furniture, design company, Votre Maison.
Material: Wood, Fabric
Details: Bleached Oakwood, Bouclé Fabric, Upholstery
Country of Origin: France
Dimensions: 34.5" H x 38.5" W x 28" D