Unique Hand Crafted Art Deco Armchair By Lion CachetCarel Adolph Lion Cachet
Introducing a Masterpiece of Art Deco Elegance: The One-of-a-Kind Lion Cachet Handcrafted Oak and Jatoba Wooden Armchair!
Prepare to be captivated by a true work of art that transcends mere furniture. This handcrafted, hand-sculptured oak and Jatoba wooden armchair, a masterpiece of design by the renowned Lion Cachet and meticulously crafted in the Netherlands, is a testament to artistry and elegance.
Every element of this majestic armchair has been imbued with care and skill. The oak and Jatoba wood, with their natural luster and beauty, are sculpted symmetrically to create a harmonious masterpiece. The chair boasts three exquisite Jatoba wood carved panels, each featuring two exotic fishes that mirror each other under the left and right armrest and, grace the backrest, creating a sense of balance and harmony.
But this armchair isn't just a visual delight. We've added a custom black leather cushion that perfectly complements the chair, enhancing comfort without compromising its stunning aesthetics. This combination of form and function makes it not just a chair but a statement piece that will redefine any room. With its unparalleled craftsmanship and unique design, this art deco armchair is not just a piece of furniture; it's a conversation starter, a showstopper, and a collector's dream.
Whether you're an art enthusiast, a connoisseur of fine design, or someone with an appreciation for the extraordinary, this chair is a must-have addition to your space. Bring a touch of elegance and artistic sophistication into your home or collection with this one-of-a-kind Lion Cachet hand-sculptured armchair. It's more than just a seat; it's a reflection of your unique style and appreciation for the extraordinary.
The chair will be shipped insured overseas in a custom made wooden crate. Cost of transport to the US, Euro 975, 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.