Samuel Giraud - Tapissier à Villeurbanne (Lyon)



 
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In order to restore a piece of furniture, one must be familiar
with the secrets of its production, no matter what era it hails from.
I don't work in the same way on a Louis XV settee as I do
on a Voltaire chair, let alone a more modern piece!
My knowledge of antique furniture and my experience in using
animal products in the trim process don't keep me from
being completely comfortable with twentieth century furniture
and its particular techniques, (polyurethane foam, etc.).
Despite my mastery of antique restoration (horsehair, nails,
???, etc.),


Fauteuil cabriolet Louis XV laqué noir

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Bergère Louis XVI, 18e siècle

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Fauteuil Louis Philippe, 19e siècle

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Fauteuil art déco, 20e siècle

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Bergère Louis-Philippe, 19e siècle

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Petit canapé Causeuse Louis XVI

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Chaise longue et repose pieds Charles et Ray Eames. Modèles n° 670 et 671 (1956/57)

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Fauteuils années soixante-dix

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Canapé Louis XV

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Bergère Louis XVI

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Fauteuil années trente

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Fauteuil Crapaud

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Bergère Louis XVI

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Fauteuil Club Charles et Ray Eames. Modèle n° 670

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Fauteuil Club

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Chaise en noyer, années trente

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