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"Crving Furniture Supplier" published by "rameshwaramart" on @edocr

"Crving Furniture Supplier" published by "rameshwaramart" on @edocr

Explanation of Louis XVI style Chairs  One would think the difference between Louis XV and Louis XVI styles to be self-evident...

Explanation of Louis XVI style Chairs One would think the difference between Louis XV and Louis XVI styles to be self-evident...

Document Old furniture "Plank Buffet GZ 463 Walnut Carved" P19 | eBay

Document Old furniture "Plank Buffet GZ 463 Walnut Carved" P19 | eBay

1700-1715 French Table/Stand at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles - From the curators' comments: "This elaborately carved stand was probably intended to support a large coffer...Such an ensemble--coffer and stand--would have stood in a formal bedroom during the 1600s and early 1700s. The owner would have stored clothes, documents, and valuable personal items in the coffer."

1700-1715 French Table/Stand at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles - From the curators' comments: "This elaborately carved stand was probably intended to support a large coffer...Such an ensemble--coffer and stand--would have stood in a formal bedroom during the 1600s and early 1700s. The owner would have stored clothes, documents, and valuable personal items in the coffer."

John Henry Belter died of tuberculosis in 1863. Shortly after his death his company closed down and stopped making furniture. And even though there is no documented interviews with him to confirm it, it is clear he was searching for beauty and perfection through his work. From creating a new laminating method for carving, to his selective choice of wood to work with, all his pieces are beyond simple furniture, they are timeless pieces of art.

John Henry Belter died of tuberculosis in 1863. Shortly after his death his company closed down and stopped making furniture. And even though there is no documented interviews with him to confirm it, it is clear he was searching for beauty and perfection through his work. From creating a new laminating method for carving, to his selective choice of wood to work with, all his pieces are beyond simple furniture, they are timeless pieces of art.

A GEORGE II WALNUT STOOL ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM VILE  1755  The distinctive carving on the legs shares great similarities with the well-documented St. Giles suite of seat furniture, also attributed to William Vile. Vile formed a partnership with John Cobb and held the royal warrant as cabinet-maker jointly with him.  Price: £10,000 +

A GEORGE II WALNUT STOOL ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM VILE 1755 The distinctive carving on the legs shares great similarities with the well-documented St. Giles suite of seat furniture, also attributed to William Vile. Vile formed a partnership with John Cobb and held the royal warrant as cabinet-maker jointly with him. Price: £10,000 +

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