Savonorolas chairs

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Small X-chair made from walnut in seating and folding position. The folded image clearly shows the construction of the chair with the four (iron) pins though the laths.  Pins for this chair type can also be wooden dowels. Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Austria.

Small X-chair made from walnut in seating and folding position. The folded image clearly shows the construction of the chair with the four (iron) pins though the laths. Pins for this chair type can also be wooden dowels. Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Austria.

Folding Armchair ~ late 15th or early 16th century ~ Italian ~ Walnut ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

Folding Armchair ~ late 15th or early 16th century ~ Italian ~ Walnut ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art

15th century chair from Tirol, Austria. Beech with pine backrest. Backrest with openwork Gothic carving. Height 92 cm, width 59 cm, depth 42 cm. Burg Kreuzenstern, Vienna, Austria. Image from Mobel Europas 1: Romanik - Gotik by Windisch-Graetz

15th century chair from Tirol, Austria. Beech with pine backrest. Backrest with openwork Gothic carving. Height 92 cm, width 59 cm, depth 42 cm. Burg Kreuzenstern, Vienna, Austria. Image from Mobel Europas 1: Romanik - Gotik by Windisch-Graetz

SAVONAROLA. Italian maker; 15th-16th century;  walnut; 100 x 77.5 cm. Displayed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Cloisters Collection, 1937); accession number 37.80.18

SAVONAROLA. Italian maker; 15th-16th century; walnut; 100 x 77.5 cm. Displayed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Cloisters Collection, 1937); accession number 37.80.18

One of Two Savonarola chairs from the Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Koln, Germany: walnut, with oak feet rail and apple backrest. Height  84 cm, width 68 cm, depth 52 cm, seating height 50 cm.  Switzerland, mid 15th century.  The front part of the seating is larger and covers the triangle between the joints. More colour photos of this chair are found in another post Medieval furniture from Koln. Images from museum catalogue MAK Koln.

One of Two Savonarola chairs from the Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Koln, Germany: walnut, with oak feet rail and apple backrest. Height 84 cm, width 68 cm, depth 52 cm, seating height 50 cm. Switzerland, mid 15th century. The front part of the seating is larger and covers the triangle between the joints. More colour photos of this chair are found in another post Medieval furniture from Koln. Images from museum catalogue MAK Koln.

One of Two Savonarola chairs from the Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Koln, Germany.. Left: walnut, height 86 cm, width 96 cm, depth 59 cm. Seating height 52.5 cm. North Italy, 2nd half 15th century.  Image from museum catalogue MAK Koln.

One of Two Savonarola chairs from the Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Koln, Germany.. Left: walnut, height 86 cm, width 96 cm, depth 59 cm. Seating height 52.5 cm. North Italy, 2nd half 15th century. Image from museum catalogue MAK Koln.

Folding chair, formerly in the Higgins Armory Museum collection.

Folding chair, formerly in the Higgins Armory Museum collection.

This chair is from the formerly collection of Dr. Albert Figdor. Walnut, Tirol 1500. height 90 cm, width 68 cm. The armrest has a movable ring at the front end. The foot rail has claws and stands at an angle. Image from the 1930 auction catalogue.

This chair is from the formerly collection of Dr. Albert Figdor. Walnut, Tirol 1500. height 90 cm, width 68 cm. The armrest has a movable ring at the front end. The foot rail has claws and stands at an angle. Image from the 1930 auction catalogue.

This chair is from the collection of Dr. Albert Figdor. Walnut, Southern Alps, 15th century. height 88 cm, width 59 cm. The front is decorated with woodcarvings. The backrest has some carved lines. Image from the 1930 auction catalogue:

This chair is from the collection of Dr. Albert Figdor. Walnut, Southern Alps, 15th century. height 88 cm, width 59 cm. The front is decorated with woodcarvings. The backrest has some carved lines. Image from the 1930 auction catalogue:

Chair from the Museum fur Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt.. Made of walnut, oak and beech. 16th century. Image from internet

Chair from the Museum fur Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt.. Made of walnut, oak and beech. 16th century. Image from internet


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