Biedermeier club fauteuil | True carpentry art does not come by chance. What it takes to make this fauteuil? …a carpenter who knows how to fiddle. The woods are cut out with templates, and then sanded into the final shape. To ensure durability, the frames are made of several individual friezes, which are glued together using fine miters. The column base is made of several parts, which are glued together with wooden joints, veneered only afterwards. Comfortable upholstery with Nossag springs. High gloss lacquered.