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  • $1.055.00

    “Bergere” Armchair – Reflect on Louis XV Epoch

    Rococo originated from Baroque, in 18th century. But comparing to Baroque it is much more easy and playful. The name arose from French word “rocaille” which means decoration of gardens with cockle-shells. Rococo characterizes as palatial decoration style with meticulous ornamentation, variety of gilding and herbal motifs. Rococo epoch is also king Louis XV ruling period.
    This armchair is known as “wing chair” or “bergere”. “Bergeres” appeared around 17th century in France and instantly became favorite in manors and palaces. Comfortable, wide construction, symbolic “wings” sort of withhold warmth spreading from the fireplace.
    The construction is covered with real golden foil and has graceful forms, light lines and flexible silhouettes. Feet are cabriole type. Armrests are quite high, closed, with little wings in sides. The carcass is decorated with relief herbal motifs and covered with shining satin.

  • $850.00

    “Blauw Delfts Distel” Vase

    “Blauw Delfts Distel” exclusive sign is blue decorations of faience wares which are made in Delfts city in the South Of Holland sonce 16th century. Faience wares' period of flowering in Holland continued since 1640 till 1740. Also, since 1640 these products had been marked by master's or manufactory's trademarks.
    This authentic, unique vase is a real peace of art made from top grade faience decorated by hands with splendid herbal traceries.

  • $530.00

    “Colclough” Dish Ware Set “Royale”, 1960 – 1970

    Classical forms dishes are decorated with brown and hazel herbal compositions, edges – with golden strips. In some places there are brought motifs to light by black enamel details.The set is made from Bone China.
    “The Colclough” was established in 1890 by Herbert Joseph Colclough. The founder distinguished himself with honesty, simplicity, dedication to his job. He was able to observe the process of porcelain production in huge furnace for all nights, moreover, he always were the first who was evaluating new design forms and elements of decors. This is the reason why this company was famous for especially high quality and responsibility. This company was the first making Bone China for casual market in England which were obtainable for middle class. Around 1953 “Colclough” became a part of “Ridgeway” group and around 1972 – a part of “Royal Doulton”. All the production was stopped around 1996 and now is appreciated for well taste and called timeless classic.

  • $450.00

    “Hung Hei” Hand Painted Porcelain Vase – Basket, China, 20th Century

    ‘Hung Hei’ is a famous China porcelain manufacturer whose production is highly valued and favorite due to high quality in all the world. Until these days in this company there work only qualified production masters, designers, technicians. Hand paintings make every single item unique. These chinaware is arranged with copper, brass, cast iron peaces which give even more originality and have already become earmark of ‘Hung Hei’
    This vase is oval, law edged basket shape, made from the highest quality porcelain, coated crackleware enamel. Yellowish plate is decorated with plum tree twigs' compositions in oval frame in the center of item. In China, plums are considered as the symbol of youth and innocence. At the wedding night bed is decorated with plum tree's blossoms color blanket.
    Vase legs are short, made from bronze and decorated with herbs ornaments. Vase handle – hoop – high, also stylized trees twigs forms, in some places decorated with flower blossoms and leaves.

  • $950.00

    “Hung Hei” Porcelain Handmade Vase-Desert Dish

    ‘Hung Hei’ is a famous China porcelain manufacturer whose production is highly valued and favorite due to high quality in all the world. Until these days in this company there work only qualified production masters, designers, technicians. Hand paintings make every single item unique. These chinaware is arranged with copper, brass, cast iron peaces which give even more originality and have already become earmark of ‘Hung Hei’.
    Many people associate China with low quality and massive production, however, we should not forget the history of China. A great part of major inventions came from this particular country, porcelain – most valuable type of ceramics – also was invented in China around 1st-2nd centuries during East Han dynasty period.
    This three-level vase-desert dish is made from porcelain and covered with crackled glaze. Desert plates are beautified with plum tree’s branches in oval frame. In China a plum tree is a symbol of youth and innocence. The wedding bed is covered with plum tree’s blossom color blanket.
    The bronze stand is decorated with modern herbal ornamentation – flower twigs with leaves and buds, in the center, there is a massive water plant.

  • $2.200.00

    “Kapasi Handicrafts Emporium” Indian Swing

    “Kapasi Handicrafts Emporium” was established in 1973. This company’s aim is to refresh the old culture of India by producing authentic traditional Indian ware. Indian art ware usually have very complex constructions and ornamentation but this company’s artisans make items by hands.
    This particular Indian swing’s construction was used for ages. The swing is covered with black and gold colors geometrical compositions.

  • $1.400.00

    “Loverseat” – Victorian Style Hand Carved Piece

    This type of chairs appeared in 18th century in England and France. They used to be called “ecirc agrave ecirc”, translated from french it means face-to-face chairs. This type of chairs were used in private talks – face-to-face talks – without surrounders. Also there is a theory which says that those chairs were popular around lovers – to talk without touches. There came from another name of this type of chairs – “courting chair”. Later these chairs got the “loverseat” name.
    These chairs were in great request in England during Queen Victoria ( 1837-1901) ruling period. Also, during this epoch there flourished luxurious atmosphere: there dominated graceful forms, variety of ornamentation, exotica of Far Crust, splendor and brilliance.
    This “loverseat” was decorated with rococo elements and symbols. The back is carved with openwork ornaments – stylized eagles’ heads. An eagle symbolize greatness of royalty, power, authority, strength and victory. Edges of the back are embellished by relief motifs of leafs, in the corners there are carving of medieval figures. Seats are covered with yellowish satin decorated with herbal fragments.

  • $2.500.00

    “MARTIN/ BT DES ITALIENS 27” Louis XVI Style Mantel Clock

    Luxurious clock with original 19th century's mechanism is decorated with low, zoomorphic legs. The corps has variety of classical style decorations: in sides, there are heads of lions – the symbol of power, in the center, there is Antiquity female busts, in the top – crater-shaped ancient vessel – a vase.
    At the ruling of France Emperor Napoleon III time prevailed style was called Napoleon III style or Second Empire. This style, as well as Napoleon Bonaparte era empire, leaned on Renaissance principles, so sometimes it can be called “revival of Renaissance” or “Neo-Renaissance”. This style distinguish itself with monumental, the aspiration of huge, bright forms, rich compositions, its' base – the Greek and Roman-style features Antiquity's architectural details.

  • $1.110.00

    “Mesdagh” Bronze Clock with Candlesticks

    Luxurious, antique bronze mechanic clock with candlesticks reflect classicism: splendid with a lot of meticulous peaces of antiquity style such as volutes. Clock’s sides are made from white marble. In the top there are composition of Venus and Cupid.
    Classicism evolved in the contrast to frivolous and recreational aristocracy’s palace art. Classicism initiated harmony, simplicity, severity, logical clarity and monumentality. It became a revolutionary style after Bourgeoisie overthrew Louis XVI in 1793. The execution of the king referred to the gods of Olympus as a symbolic prop for absolutism.
    Classicism sought the revival of classical art forms. This period identified itself with a vision of antiquity. New attainments about antiquity culture induced higher interest and imitation of it. Fundamental classicism precept – sublime beauty and calm splendor.

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