Louise Club Chair
Stephanie Odegard Co. Ltd.
The renowned designer Paul Mathieu chose the name “Louise” when he created his more feminine version of Louis XV (1730-1760) furniture. The characteristic cabriole leg, curving outward at the knee and inward towards the foot in an “S” shape was born during this period. It is during the same era that English furniture makers produced the Queen Anne and Chippendale styles.
The curved legs and side arms of this exceptionally elegant chair are hand carved from solid pieces of teak. Pattern makers trace and cut complex forms that will cover the chair in a skin of copper or purest silver (assayed at 96% purity, beyond sterling at 92.5%). The metal finish will tarnish over time. Regular non-abrasive household metal polishes can be used to restore the original luster.
Normally available within 90-120 days, sometimes from stock.
We do not customize this piece.
Silver, smooth or hammered
Copper, smooth or hammered
Brass, smooth or hammered
- Depth: 33 Width: 26 Height: 27
- Lead Time
- 0-3 Weeks
About Stephanie Odegard Co. Ltd.
Whether highly decorative or minimally modern, the Stephanie Odegard Co. Ltd. presents graceful, opulent surfaces, textiles, and objects worked in wood, stone, copper and other precious materials.