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Posted by classic-bedroom on October 23, 2012 at 11:35 PM

Sitting Room Furniture Louis XIV Style

Louis XIV Sitting Room Furniture

The Preciousness of the fabrics and the sumptousness of the braidings are exalted by the finely hand-carved out of solid wood and refined in antiqued gold foil elements.The polished antique table with pink portuguese marble harmoniously matches with the richness of the furnishings and gives further brightness to the decoration and to the golden silks of the antique living room Style.


The final result is a hymn to the elegant magnificence of the sun king's style ( louis XIV )sitting room Style )

The Sitting Rooms include the following items :

Three Seat Sofa : 205 L X 80 D X 110 H


Sitting Room Arm Chair : 87 L X 80 D X 110 H

Centeral Table With Marble Top : 110 L X 65 D X 51 H

Flower Stand : 50 L X 50 D X 120 H


Antique living room


 

 

Antique Living Room Furniture Louis XVI Style

A Very Fine French 19th Century Louis XVI Style Gildwood Carved Medallion Five Piece antique Living Room furniture , comprising of a settee and four armchairs.

Circa: Paris, 1870

Dimensions :

Settee Height: 48 inches

Settee Width: 75 1/2 inches

Settee Depth: 34 inches

Armchair Height: 43 1/2 inches

Armchair Width: 29 inches

Armchair Depth: 30 inches

Antique French Writing Desk Louis XIV Style


 

 

 

 




Antique French Writing desk

 

ca. 1685 France (Paris)

 

Antique office furniture Oak, pine, and walnut veneered with ebony, rosewood, and marquetry of engraved brass on tortoiseshell; gilt bronze, steel; H. 30 3/8 in. (77.2 cm), W. 41 3/4 in. (106 cm), D. 23 3/8 in. (59.4 cm)

 

This Antique French Writing Desk Louis XIV Style , with a folding top that opens to reveal a small writing surface, is one of the few surviving pieces commissioned for Louis XIV's personal use. It was one of a pair intended for the king's petit cabinet, a small private room in the north wing of Versailles. The decoration on the top incorporates such royal symbols as the crown, the crossed L monogram, and the mask of Apollo, the sun god to whom Louis XIV likened himself. The four corners display openwork fleurs-de-lis, symbolizing the French monarchy, with lyres, the musical instrument of Apollo, between them.

Reproduction Furniture Regence Parisian chair


Reproduction Furniture Antique Regence Gautier Chair

circa 1725-1730.

Regence Parisian chair with the GAUTIER stamp

Dimensions : 95 h x 52 w x 45 d cm.

The charm and elegance of this reproduction furniture chair lie in the fine Rocaille carving, the perfect curves of the front legs and the rare horseshoe-shaped design of the seat. The back legs are formed on a single plane, with scrolled feet, strongly inspired by Louis XIV style, also reproduced on the rare works by Jean Gourdin . A fine Rocaille chair of this type belonged to the Baronness de Caix, at the Chateau du Hameau-Fleuri - France.

The Gautier stamp may belong to François Gautier, a pre-1730 master of Rue de Clery, or to Jacques-Alexis, assumed to be his son, who lived at "La Croix d’Or" in the same street. A rare stamp, as there was very little marking before 1743.

If you would like to buy these elegant furniture.Please send email direct to my email at : furniture.vintage@hotmail.com

Thanks Best Regards,

Miss Jenny

Phone : + 668 17914549+ 668 17914549

 





 

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3 Comments

Reply wen
8:44 AM on April 30, 2015 
Are these new, That price is this? Thank you.
Reply wen
1:46 PM on May 2, 2015 
http://classic-bedroom.webs.com/apps/blog/show/19537568-louis-xvi

Sitting Room Furniture Louis XIV Style
Can you tell me the price to USA and detail.Thanks.
Reply classic-bedroom
2:28 AM on May 3, 2015 
Hello Mr.Wen,

Thank you very much for your interested,i will send all details to your email.

Thanks & Best Regards,
Jenny