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DETALHES SOFISTICADOS.

DETALHES SOFISTICADOS.

Marie Antoinette Arm chair by George Jacob in her boudoir in Fontainebleau. The arm of the chairs have carved Sphinx at the top also note the painted winged Sphinx above the chair painted by the Rousseau brothers 1786

Fine Early 19th Century gilded French Neoclassical | Louis XVI furniture

Classic Century Louis XVI chair, with pastel color, gilded wood, and separated seat/back.

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a-l-ancien-regime: “Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat ”

LES LIAISONS DE MARIE ANTOINETTE :  On the lower floor, the Boudoir de la Reine or silver bedroom is situated between the chambers of the queen and the king (the latter having been converted into Napoleon’s Throne Room in 1808). This boudoir was decorated in a sumptuous antique style by the Rousseau brothers in 1786.

Photographed at the royal palace of Fontainebleau, 55 km southeast of Paris, France.

* Aposentos da Rainha de França (Versailles Queen's Chamber). * Palácio de Versalhes *

Marie Antoinette's Bed Chambers, Versailles, France: notice hidden door in corner near the jewel cabinet. Antoinette used this to leave the night of the Paris mob stormed the palace on May

French Louis XVI Style Settee - traditional - love seats - other metro - Denise Grayson

The upholstery is in a decorative theme of birds, and animals surrounded with foliage and swags. The colors from the frame and the upholstery is in one tone or monochromatic schemes.

France’s Château de Chantilly boasts a marvelous example of painted singerie, a fanciful style of 18th- and 19th-century French decor that incorporates playful monkey imagery.

France’s Château de Chantilly boasts a marvelous example of painted singerie, a fanciful style of and French decor that incorporates playful monkey imagery.

Palace of Versailles Rooms | Louis XV clock at the Palace of Versailles

Fabulous Louis XV clock at the Palace of Versailles ᘡղbᘠ

Amazingly beautiful chair

Carved & gilded wood armchair, damask upholstery ~ by Louis Delanois (French, Circa - (to the manor born, furniture)

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