Beautiful curule seat whose name evokes the stylistic proximity with the seats of the Roman Curia.
The seat is formed of a very graphic crib-shaped crosspiece made of two wrought-iron brackets. Each element ends with a brass top finial. The armrests adopt a baluster shape. The two X of the seat are adorned with a flower and are linked by two crossbars.
This protocol seat originates during the Antiquity and has been used up to the early Medieval times because of its functionality, being easily movable. It has been used as thrones to kings and would symbolise the high status of its owner.