Stunning vintage 1970s Hollywood Regency chrome rocking chair by Maison Jansen restored with new taupe colored velour upholstery. The elaborate scroll work of the chair frame gleams as light works through its vivacious curves. The glittering decadence of the legs and arms are tempered by the soft and inviting velour fabric. This eye catching chrome rocking chair will be the showpiece of your nursery, library or family room.
About Maison Jansen:
More than any other design firm active between the 19th and 20th centuries, Paris-based Maison Jansen—or simply Jansen—was the creator of the period’s most dazzling backdrops. Founded in 1880, at the height of Beaux-Arts fashion, Jansen began to garner attention at first by word of mouth among the upper class in France’s Third Republic. By the turn of the 20th century, Jansen’s reputation was international, and the firm counted the monarchs of England, Belgium, Holland, and Spain among its clientele. From 1905 through the 1980s, Jansen dispatched its luxury services through a cluster of energetic satellite offices spanning North and South America, Europe, and Africa. And while the company finally closed the doors of its 9 rue Royale headquarters in 1989, Jansen’s evolving, iconic style— a mix of 18th-century Bourbon finery, Hollywood theatrics, and English countryhouse refinement—remains today the subject of much emulation and desire.