(Fr) â€“ An armchair which has a completely upholstered seat, back and arms.
French-style armchair with wood frame and upholstered sides.
Bergere: Louis XIV or XV style chair with upholstered back and sides with squab cushion. Modern designs have cane sides and backs.
French upholstered armchair. In the 19th Century, this term applied to an upholstered, deep-seated chair with a loose cushion and padded arms.
English and German copies of a popular style of upholstered French armchairs from the 18th century.
Armchair that is either caned or upholstered from the arm to the seat.
comfortable French arm chair with upholstered back and sides and squab cushions, Popular in Louis XIV and Louis XV periods.
Comfortable French armchair with closed upholstered back and sides and squab cushions. Popular in the Louis XIV and Louis XV periods.
An upholstered French arm chair with closed arms, exposed wood frame, wide proportions and a loose seat cushion, mostly from the 18th century (Louis XV and XVI), yet reproduced nowadays.
An upholstered French armchair with closed arms. Features include an exposed wood frame, loose seat cushion and wide proportions. Find a living room chair.
The woven cane seating provided to a chair or the like. A chair of the 18th century, having arms with closed spaces between them and the seat.
An upholstered French arm chair with open or closed arms, exposed wood frame, wide proportions and a loose seat cushion.
An upholstered armchair modeled on a French design, fashionable from 1725. Often with crane work sides, back and seat.
An armchair with upholstered back, seat, and sides and an exposed wood frame.
French armchair built for comfort of wide proportions; upholstered back and sides, covered arms, a loose squab seat cushion and exposed wooden frame. Common during Louis XIV and Louis XV periods.
A French armchair with closed upholstered sides and back.
A chair of French design with carved wood framing, upholstered body and sumptuous seating. Popularized in the reigns of Louis XIV and XV.
A Bergere is a type of upholstered chair, commonly found in the Regence/Rococo period in France in the 17th Century. It includes a loose cushion, upholstered back, upholstered seat, exposed wooden frame, and closed upholstered arms. The frame of the chair is exposed wood but the seat apron is upholstered also.