Art Deco Jatoba Wood and Purple Velvet Lounge ChairVintage Objects
Looking for a unique and elegant addition to your home or office? Look no further than this stunning lounge chair designed by C.A. Lion Cachet. Crafted with a Jatoba and oak frame and upholstered in sumptuous purple velvet, this chair is the epitome of Art Deco style.
Dating back to the 1930s, this lounge chair is a true treasure of the Art Deco period. Re-upholstered by a skilled artisan and is in excellent condition, ensuring it will last for many years to come. The rich color and texture of the velvet upholstery is complemented by the beauty of the wood frame, which showcase the geometric patterns and sleek lines of the Art Deco style.
This lounge chair is the perfect choice for anyone who appreciates the elegance and sophistication of Art Deco design. Whether you're looking to add a touch of glamour to your living room, impress your clients in your office, or simply enjoy the comfort and style of these lounge chairs, they're sure to make a lasting impression.
Treat yourself to the beauty and luxury of this Art Deco lounge chair today and experience the timeless appeal of this iconic design style.
Two chairs available.
The chair will be shipped insured overseas in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US, Euro 1.125, is crate included.
Charles André Lion Cachet (1864-1945) was a Dutch furniture designer and architect who worked during the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods. He is known for his innovative designs that combined the use of exotic woods, metals, and glass, often with intricate inlay work and geometric patterns.
Lion Cachet studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam and later worked in Paris and London, where he was exposed to the latest design trends and techniques. He returned to Amsterdam in the late 1890s and established his own furniture workshop, where he produced his most iconic designs.
His furniture designs were influenced by a range of styles, including the Arts and Crafts movement, Japanese art, and Art Nouveau. His designs often featured strong geometric shapes, intricate details, and a sophisticated use of materials.
Lion Cachet's designs were highly sought after by collectors and wealthy clients, and his work has been exhibited in several museums and galleries, including the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Today, Lion Cachet's furniture is highly collectible and valued for its timeless elegance and innovative design. His legacy continues to inspire furniture designers and collectors around the world.