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  • $8.900.00

    !!!20th Century Neo-Baroque Three Part Upholstered Furniture Set!!!

    Three part upholstered furniture set includes two armchairs and one three-seat settee. Furniture design is exclusive luxurious, the carcasses are decorated with precise, handmade baroque style carvings. The legs are low, cabriole type. In decor, there dominates ornamentations of shells, volutes and acanthus leaves. Volute (lot. voluta – scroll) is a spiral, scroll-like ornament that forms the basis of the Ionic order, mostly used in Antiquity architecture. Acanthus – in Mediterranean countries common plant, stylized acanthus leaves and flowers form a decorative architectural element. Furniture is covered with splendid jacquard fabric which is beautified with herbal and geometrical decor elements.
    Neo-baroque is historical architecture period that is officially assigned to Baroque and sometimes is called 'a revival of Baroque' cause there dominates primary Baroque characteristic features. Baroque (it. barocco) is epoch of culture and direction of art during 17th and first part of 18th centuries which spread in Europe and Latin America. This period highlights with variety of individual styles: there were exposed every culture's individual style, distinctive character. Precise stylized ornamentation, luxury, material abundance and variety of curl shapes – all this baroque accents.

  • $7.500.00

    !!!Neo-Rococo Style Leather Dining-Room Furniture Set!!!

    Massive design, luxurious, Neo-rococo sitting-room's furniture set includes tree-seat settee, two armchairs and coffee table. Furniture carcass is made from beech wood. This type of wood distinguish itself with solidity and resistance to environmental factors and different technical violations. The carcasses are decorated with rococo style relief carves, backrests – with stylized wings on the sides and beautified with massive rococo style compositions. The armrests are wide, profiled to outside. The legs of furniture are straight, quadrangle form.Table top is made from natural reddish marble.
    Neo-rococo style appeared from baroque but it took rococo style's graceful forms, variety of herbal ornamentation, decoration techniques and elements. So, it become lighter and more playful.

  • $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.

  • $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.

  • $2.100.00

    19th – 20th Century Flemish Cupboard

    Monumental forms, correct lines, solid design, Flemish style cupboard is made from mahogany. In the lower side of furniture there is a specious cupboard and above it in both sides there are drawers. The doors and drawers are decorated with relief frames, the top of furniture is decorated with massive Renaissance relief composition. Flemish is a German nation but closer to Dutch. They live in Belgium (Flanders), North France, Netherlands. Until the middle of 17th century Flemish furniture style had not distinguish itself from Dutch style, but later it revealed distinctive features. Furniture got massive, straight forms and plenty of carves, most likely they were made from oak. Flemish furniture style was based on Renaissance principles.

  • $3.400.00

    19th Century Biedermeier Workroom Furniture Set

    Unique, two parts workroom furniture set with signature of author includes massive bookcase and a desk. There dominates straight lines and regular forms. The drawers and and the doors have original, rhombic, brass locks.
    The beginning of Biedermeier touches the Congress of Vienna at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, and this historical reference ended with the European revolutions in 1848. Biedermeier is predominantly used to denote the artistic styles that flourished in the fields of literature, music, the visual arts and interior design. The fundamental concept of all Biedermeier furniture was flat planes of wood, ideal for the application of veneer, which, in turn, dictated the design of the object. Despite regional variations Biedermeier style is therefore staid, sober, and particular, eschewing heroics and drama.

  • $1.200.00

    19th Century Chippendale Style Cupboard

    Chippendale style is English furniture style originated around 1750 and named by English furniture craftsman Thomas Chippendale (1718 – 1799) name. This is English Baroque and French Rococo mixture, characterizes with practicality, comfort, easiness and simple silhouettes. Distinguishing feature is cabriole type legs with eagle’s feet holding a ball, also, usage of luxurious wood: mahogany, ebony and others. “Chippendale” style reached the top of popularity in 19th century. This style furniture became guarantor of a well quality and originality .
    This cupboard legs are cabriole type, form S. The doors are decorated with imitation of drawers, it is decorated with walnut and garland form brass handles. The top is made from exotic walnut.

  • $4.200.00

    19th Century Empire Style Bookcase

    The essence of “Empire” style is said in its’ name. The main sources of this style inspiration is the art of Rome Empire. Empire’s creations were marked by rhetoric and pomp. Sometimes masters should have had to restrain the beauty of materials to express the idea. The credo of Empire’s masters could fit to these words: “It is pointless to look for better arts, interiors and craft forms than those bequeathed by the ancient people”.
    This bookcase has three parts: two open and one closed by glass door. All parts are divided by shelfs. The legs are stylized lions feet. Lion is a royal symbol and one of the most common Empire’s element. The lower part of bookcase is decorated with geometric ornamentation, the upper one – herbal ornamentation. The sides are decorated with amphoras with grotesque images. Grotesque (it. grottesco, fr. grotesque) is artistic depiction based on fantasy, humor, beautiful and ugly, funny and scary, realistic and unrealistic combines.
    The side doors are covered with walnut. Due to bright structure this wood is assigned to luxurious wood type.

  • $950.00

    19th Century French Province Style Table

    In North France provinces furniture style was a little more rational and simple than in other parts, there is possible to feel Louis XIII or XVI styles influence. In other provinces there is possible to feel Louis XV style influence, as well (f. e. in Provence region). However, the main furniture designs were spreading from Paris, from king’s palace, and sometimes it could have taken till 100 years to reach a province. But province style has some general features: furniture has the right amount of details, simple constructions, usually are results of rough work by local craftsmen.
    This particular table is rectangle form, most elements of decor are borrowed from French king Louis XVI furniture style. The legs are high, straight, antiquity pillars’ form. Fundamental style elements are thin, decorative pillars between legs which create semicircular arches in the top. Under the table top, in the central part table has specious drawer with burnished metal handle.

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