Chinoiserie, a French term that roughly means “Chinese-esque”, was a unique decorative art style that first rose to prominence in 18th century France. Thanks to increasing trade and interaction with - read more
Oak Louis XV style chest c. 1890
Richly tinted marble with deep, prominent veins are characteristic of the Louis XV style.
Louis XV style nightstand with signature tinted and heavily veined marble top.
Marquetry, the application of contrasting wood veneers to create a design, is another common feature in Louis XV pieces.
While the chair’s origins can be traced back to the earliest antiquity, it did not become common for regular use until quite recently. The earliest chairs were associated almost exclusively - read more
From the beginning, the chandeliers purpose was inextricably intertwined with candle illumination. Even the name chandelier comes from an old French word for “candlestick”. So when new forms of illumination - read more