WALNUT BENCH. SPANISH SCHOOL, 17TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZF1107

Bank. Walnut. Spanish school, 17th century. Walnut wood bench carved in its color that has a backrest made of a smooth rectangular board and a seat made of another similar to the previous one, both arranged at an angle. The legs have a particular shape, known as "lyre", and a decoration of vegetal and architectural motifs (volutes) in relief. It also has two wooden “stays”, which have undulations in their profile. Lyre leg tables have their origin in the Spain of Charles II, during the second half of the 17th century. The simplest ones have a simple cutout in the side legs, becoming completely carved in the peripheral center models. This support element, as can be seen, was also used in other types of furniture. The material is also the usual one in ancient Spanish cabinetmaking, although it should be noted that the most common thing, apparently, is for the fasteners to be made of wrought iron.

· Size: 56x219x92 cms.

2.000,00 €


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