Chair Lucky Lisy is a crapaud chair from the 19th century. The first fully upholstered chair arose in the mid-nineteenth century. This type of chair is small and low because it was originally designed for woman. The original crapaud chair has short, round legs and a ruffed skirt. Lucky Lisy has been adjusted to MOMIQ design and has been draped with a Kelim fabric from the area Anatolia in Turkey at the back. The kelim shows ram’s horns meaning fertility, heroism, masculinity and power. Kelim is the term for a special weaving technique of rugs that are made of wool. The front of Lucky Lisy is covered with a new fabric Agra from Nobilis.