Walnut head-chair shaped in the late 15th-century Florentine style, inspired by the original on display at the Bargello Museum in Florence. Seat and back made of walnut slats that extend into strongly shaped legs connected by crosspieces. Enriched on the backrest and armrests with geometric inlays of maple, ebony, and walnut.
A charming interpretation of late 15th-century Florentine design, this shaped walnut capitonné evokes the elegance of the original piece displayed in the prestigious Bargello Museum in Florence. The seat and backrest are expertly showcased with walnut slats, which continue in a sinuous flow towards the strongly shaped legs. This visual connection is further strengthened by walnut crosspieces, highlighting the harmony of the design. The entire composition is further embellished with geometric inlays of maple, ebony, and walnut, bestowing an appealing chromatic pattern on the surface of the backrest and armrests. Every detail is the result of exquisite manual work, celebrating the art of quality furniture.
Every Faber finish is totally customizable. In this section only a part of the precious finishes by Faber Mobili is presented. The colors in the images are purely indicative.