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A QUEEN ANNE STYLE BLACK AND GILT JAPANNED BED. Early 20th century. 51¼ in. (130 cm.) high; 54½ in. (138 cm.) wide; 79½ in. (202 cm.) long

A QUEEN ANNE STYLE BLACK AND GILT JAPANNED BED. Early 20th century. 51¼ in. (130 cm.) high; 54½ in. (138 cm.) wide; 79½ in. (202 cm.) long

A NORTH ITALIAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED, PARCEL-GILT AND POLYCHROME-DECORATED COMMODE VENICE, MID-18TH CENTURY   33 in. (84 cm.) high; 57½ in. (146 cm.) wide; 24½ in. (62 cm.) deep

A NORTH ITALIAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED, PARCEL-GILT AND POLYCHROME-DECORATED COMMODE VENICE, MID-18TH CENTURY 33 in. (84 cm.) high; 57½ in. (146 cm.) wide; 24½ in. (62 cm.) deep

Hand-painted five drawer chest with Chinoiserie scenes, pull-out writing shelf and antiqued brass hardware; 28" w. x 18" d. x 30" h.

Hand-painted five drawer chest with Chinoiserie scenes, pull-out writing shelf and antiqued brass hardware; 28" w. x 18" d. x 30" h.

Интересное и забытое - быт и курьезы прошлых эпох. - Мебель с росписью.Комоды.18-20 век.

Интересное и забытое - быт и курьезы прошлых эпох. - Мебель с росписью.Комоды.18-20 век.

marinni | Мебель с росписью.Комоды.18-20 век.

marinni | Мебель с росписью.Комоды.18-20 век.

Day bed (veilleuse)  c. 1750 by Jean-Baptiste Tilliard. Tilliard was one of the most prominent Parisian chair-makers during the middle of the eighteenth century who executed much work for the Crown.The day-bed has all the hallmarks of the rococo style, with its serpentine form and decorative scheme comprising carved sprays of flowers that alternate with rocaille shells and cartouches.It is thought that the bed was made for the Marquise de Pompadour.

Day bed (veilleuse) c. 1750 by Jean-Baptiste Tilliard. Tilliard was one of the most prominent Parisian chair-makers during the middle of the eighteenth century who executed much work for the Crown.The day-bed has all the hallmarks of the rococo style, with its serpentine form and decorative scheme comprising carved sprays of flowers that alternate with rocaille shells and cartouches.It is thought that the bed was made for the Marquise de Pompadour.

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