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€1,190
A complete restoration for this 19th century coach carriage (or cab). This restoration was a challenge given the state i ...
  • Material : Wooden structure
  • Color : Black leatherette
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A complete restoration for this 19th century coach carriage (or cab). This restoration was a challenge given the initial state of the chest (see photo attached), varied skills and a lot of time have revived this object from another time. A very beautiful rare object, decorative and functional, which imposes in any interior!

  • Type precision : Trunk / trunk
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Style : Vintage
  • Adjustable piece : Yes
  • Dimensions : H53.5 cm x W95 cm x D45 cm
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Wooden structure. Inside canvas glued and coated. Black faux leather exterior glued and nailed in places. Toad clasps and brass wrist clips. Angles and wrists made of steel.

Reconstruction of all broken and grooved wooden angles. Interior fabric coated with paint. Exterior in faux leather. Tapestry nails on the sides. A toad clasp on both was partially redone in brass (on the original model). One wrist was redone identical to the other. And finally, the nails for the shoeing were made in brass on demand and made-to-measure in order to be able to materially them.

Packaging adapted and neat. Free shipping for France by carrier with signature and insurance. Shipping to Europe (Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands).

Craftsman

Née en 1981, diplômée de l'École Supérieure d'Arts et de Design d'Amiens, Camille a d'abord été graphic designer. Touche-à-tout, après avoir testé de nombreuses activités artistiques et manuelles – peinture, sculpture, modelage, photographie, bois, mécanique, etc. – c'est, sur le cuir qu'elle décide de se poser et passe un CAP de sellier-maroquinier pour, ensuite, découvrir tout le savoir-faire dans des ateliers de luxe parisiens, de la petite maroquinerie au métier de malletier. Son atelier se situe aujourd'hui en Baie de Somme. L'artisane-créatrice travaille ce matériau noble avec passion et beaucoup de minutie. Du sur-mesure aux séries limitées, les lignes géométriques et intemporelles prennent vie, pour créer des objets faits pour durer. Pour le plaisir de tous, les plus impressionnantes rénovations peuvent – avec beaucoup de patience –, donner une nouvelle vie à des objets venus d'un autre temps !