Set of 2 Chairs by Louis Süe et André Mare

These chairs are true masterpieces of Art Deco design, created in 1923 for the iconic architects and decorators Louis Sue and André Mare. They stand as a testament to the creative genius behind La Compagnie des Arts Français, founded in 1919. A rare and exquisite find, these chairs are crafted from mahogany, exuding timeless elegance. The distinctive scroll carvings on the feet and armrests showcase unparalleled craftsmanship, not only adding a touch of uniqueness but also emphasizing the chairs' Art Deco roots. Reimagined for the modern era, these chairs have been reupholstered and meticulously hand-sewn in sumptuous teddy mohair velvet by Pierre Frey. This armchair, a variation of the David-Weill chair, is a rare collector's piece that seamlessly marries the history of decorative arts with beauty. It's more than just a chair; it's a timeless statement piece that pays homage to the visionaries Louis Sue and André Mare, and their enduring influence on the world of interior design.

Dimensions : H86 x W63 x D55 cm