A pair of devil headed arm chairs from a Portuguese fasienda. Brazil 1920's This beautifully carved pair of devil or gargoyle chairs was acquired from a Portuguese estate/farm). These chairs are believed to be Gothic Revival from the early 1900's. We would think they were made even earlier but for the fact they are made of distinct exotic Brasilian hardwood typical of the region of Sao Paolo. They are extremely heavy over 200 lbs. each.
Price $12,000Condition* Excellent
height: 42" second height: 17"depth: 33"
Seat depth: 22"width/length: 38"
Number of items: 2
Materials/Techniques: Exotic Brasilian hardwood, red leather, bronze studs. They have been hand rubbed with a light french polish and then waxed. the sides have been carved out of single pieces of wood. Note: this is the natural color of the wood and no stain has been used to enhance color.