Maharadja Chair

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Maharadja Chair

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Inspired by an unfathomably delicate ivory-carved antique in Jacques Garcia's personal collection, this form was originally used on elephants by India's regional emperors. Now the form lives as theatrical sculpture in hardwood. While a viable host chair, the scale is small. Most will prefer it as an accent, meant to be seen as a flanker, or with a few books, or even alone. The story of the Maharadja is told in feather light proportions, hand worked to an unerring curve. The back is remarkably light and open. The top rail curves in multiple directions. Then, the design becomes more refined - with arms that taper, flare, slope, and open. The legs bend with abandon, and the stump mimics a sheathed sword.

As Shown: 34-750 fabric, Luxe finish

Maharadja Chair

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For Order, Made-to-order
Vendor Item

BA3849

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No product available in any showroom.
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Dimensions (cm)

W52.1 x D67.9 x H91.4

The size and features of this product can be customized according to your specifications. To learn more, please contact us.

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Jacques Garcia

Jacques Garcia

Jacques Garcia was born in 1947, revealed since a young age his talents for interior design. Later he attended a school of interior design and completed his education in the arts. Some of his best-known works include several luxury hotels in Paris such as the Le Méridien and the Royal Monceau à Paris. He also took part in other renowned projects as an interior architect for the Hotel Majestic and the Fouquet’s. Later, he purchased and restored the Château du Champ-de-Bataille in Normandy and the final result is amazing.
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