Ancient CANING, STRAW WORK AND WEAVING RESTORATION

CANING/


Some cane seats entrusted by their owners

MARCEL BREUER CHAIRS model 1928 - 70/80's edition

Mechanical caning in rolls, suitable for this type of seat.


MICHEL DUCAROY ARMCHAIR 1950's

Previous yellow plastic caning restored in natural cane for more charm.


THONET CHAISE LONGUE no.9702 | 1890

Seat perforated by a foot : never stand on a cane seat !


LOUIS XV STYLE ARMCHAIR 19th c. (avec P.Allemand, cabinet maker)

Identically restored back : no glue or border, traditional wood dowels.


LOUIS PHILIPPE ARMCHAIR 1830-1848


« BISTROT » STOOL early 20th century


BISTROT CHAIRS CAMBIER FRÈRES ca.1887

Previously shamefully restored. Be careful !


LOUIS XV STYLE CHAIR late 19th century

Painted canework, typical of the 18th century style


CHAISE LONGUE early 20th century


THONET ARMCHAIR no. 7 | 1888-1922


CHILD CHAIR early 20th century

Binder caning (can replace a strawbottom)


ART DECO CHAIRS 1930's

In collaboration with Bruno Passarelli, art cabinetmaker.


DUET STOOL late 19th century


FISCHEL CHILD CHAIR no.18 | 1890


THONET ARMCHAIR no. 11 | 1860-1888


THONET ARMCHAIR no. 1642 | 1888-1922


LOW CHAIR NAPOLÉON III late 19th century

Wood cleaned and waxed but left in its beautiful black and gold sheen.


COUNTRY CHAIRS 20th century

Binder caning with various patterns (can replace a strawbottom)


« BISTROT » CHAIR J.J.KOHN 1905

Previously badly restored with a piece of mechanical caning.

Be vigilant !


THONET ARMCHAIR no. 1018 | ca. 1914

Another example of unappropriate restoration.


« BAMBOU » CHILD CHAIR late 19th century