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1 pair of Louis XV armchairs

1 pair of Louis XV armchairs

Regular price CHF 220.00
Regular price CHF 850.00 Sale price CHF 220.00
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France, 18th century

Dimensions : 84 x 59 x 51 cm

Comment: grey/greenish color, slight, age-related signs of wear.

Discover the unique, freshly upholstered seating furniture, carefully upholstered in white in our upholstery shop in northern Italy.

You now have the opportunity to choose the cover material in our showroom according to your personal taste, and we will manufacture your individual seating furniture with the highest Swiss craftsmanship right here in Bern.

The work will be offered to you individually after your order has been completed. We value the utmost perfection to ensure that your seating is not only comfortable but also a unique work of art.

(Seat of a chair from just CHF 150.- plus fabric of your choice)

Provenance: Estate of Albert & Rudolf von Gross (Dermbach 1912 & 1914-2002) sons of Siegfried von GROSS (1870-1955) district captain of Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach, state governor of the Prussian Guard, castellan of Dermbach, OSJ and Ep.1911 Johanna Ziegler (1877-1945), EHL doctorate in law, hotelier in Ain-Diab, Casablanca, Morocco (adopted in 1925 by Henri von ROTT). Ep. 1953 Liliane PETER, various LIAUTAUD (1915-1987) Without descendants. (

The von GROSS family is a patrician family originally from Zofingen in Aargau, where they lived from the middle of the 16th century (Gesellschaft zu Pfistern), members of the Grand Council in 1645, until 1798. The GROSS men provided the Bern city clerk four times. There were numerous council members, officers in the service of France, Holland, England and Piedmont, Franz-Gabriel von GROSS (1715-1785) Bernese general, chamberlain of Saxe-Weimar, commander of the grand ducal military establishment. She owned the TREVELINS estate near Aubonne and the HUBELGUT in Habstetten. Obtaining the particles in Vienna in 1783, title of baron, by Emperor Joseph II of Austria.

A Bernese line died out in 1899 with Karl Rudolf Hermann von Gross (1824-1899), an officer in Austria. Weimar branch with Siegfried Wilhelm Gabriel von GROSS (1870–1955) and his two sons Rudolf von GROSS (1912–2002) and Albert von GROSS (1914–2002) Law and lic. im sc. politics settled in Bern after leaving Nazi Germany when Hitler came to power in 1933.

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