Hugo Regency Club Chair
A hotel sits in Paris, unassumingly. The former home to a bakery, where ordinary people would grab a baguette or a simple café au lait. Today, the original 1800’s facade still decorates the side of the building. ‘BOULANGERIE’ in unmistakable French font spells out the history of the place. But inside, one can feel the history much more in-depth. Upon a chair much like the Hugo Regency Club Chair once sat a famous writer, who enjoyed fresh bread and light lunches as he pondered his work and wrote famous lines that are known the world over.
The graceful poetry of the words indelibly written on the hearts and minds of humans everywhere. Victor Hugo once sat here, writing. And it is no doubt he had some influence from the bakery to pen the storyline in which Jean Valjean resorts to stealing a loaf of bread to feed his family. Such history is evident as you simply glance upon a timeless French piece of art as the Hugo Regency Club Chair.
Dimensions: 27 x 30 x 38 in inches. Imported. Handling Fee is $100.