Perret & Vibert, Bamboo House, Japanese Living Room, Late Nineteenth

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Salon Perret Vibert The House of Babous
Salon Perret Vibert The House of Babous
8500 €


Period19th century
StyleNapoleon III
Width 4 ft 4.0 in
Height3 ft 3.8 in
Depth 2 ft 1.6 in

Japanese living room in tinted natural wood, consisting of a bench and 2 armchairs, attributed to the House of Bamboos, Alfred Perret & Ernest Vibert.

The backs are pierced and carved with flowers and dragons, the armrests are decorated on one side by an impressive dragon; between each foot-claw, a perforated cross bar decorated.

The upholstery is modern upholstery fabric to cover according to your taste.

Dimensions of the bench: 132 x 65cm, height 101 cm
Dimensions of the armchairs: 70 x 65 cm, height 101 cm

The House of Bamboos was created in 1872 by Alfred Perret and Ernest Vibert in Paris. They specialized in the creation of small bamboo furniture, later their creations furen very influenced by chinoiseries and Japonism, very popular in the late nineteenth century.

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