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French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Four drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Three Drawers 

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Three
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French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Chest  In Three
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French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Chest In Three drawers
 

Antique Hand painted furniture, French accent furniture and European furniture A unique collection  of  painted-to-order furniture inspired by the best of 16th century French style. Our decorative french furniture reproductions  designs are hand painted on a complete line of traditional furniture. The Painted Furniture Company specializes in French original and reproduction painted furniture. All our furniture is hand painted. Selection of French reproduction and antique  painted furniture. Our furniture can be painted to your specific requirements in our workshops in Egypt
 

               


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French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Lady Secretary
 

French hand painted Table in Louis XVI Style
 

French Hand Painted Table in Louis Xv Style with a Drawer
 

French Louis xv Hand Painted Bombe Side Night Stand in Two Drawers

French Hand Painted Table in Louis Xv Style with One Drawer
 

French Louis Xv Hand Painted Commode in One Drawer
 

French Hand Painted Desk in Louis Xv style

 

French Hand Painted Buffet in Louis Xv Style

 

History of Hand Painted Furniture: The French Connection     Click on photo to enlarge and view prices    Contact Us

In France, the stage was set for the beginning of the golden age of hand painted furniture. Louis XIV, the Sun King, presided over Versailles and the French baroque period characterized by bombé chests and extensive, expensive use of ormolu, bronze mounts, and inlaid woods. An almost 60-year reign by his successor, Louis XV, in the mid-18th C., was a period in which France dominated hand painted furniture design and set the pace for the rest of Europe. The grand scale of the baroque gave way to the delicate ornamentation of rococo style, more compatible with the intimate room settings of the period.

               


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French Hand Painted Commode Brass Mounted In Two Drawers

French Hand Painted Chest Brass Mounted In Six  Drawers
 

French Chest of Drawers Hand Painted in Louis Xv Style
 

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two Doors

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Credenzas In One Drawer and One Door

French Hand Painted Corner Cabinet In One Drawer and One Door
 

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Base Console in
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French Hand Painted Louis Xvi style Desk In One Drawer
 


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French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Three drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Three drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Five drawers

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In One Door and One Drawer

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Dresser In Four Drawers
 

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Screen

 

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Commode In Two Doors


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French Hand Painted  style Buffet In Two drawers and Two Doors

French Hand Painted Style Bahu In Two Doors

French Hand Painted Louis Xv style Chest  In Two Doors

French Hand Painted Louis Xvi style Desk In Five Drawers

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History of Hand Painted Furniture: Neoclassicism

The discovery of Herculaneum and Pompeii in 1738 and 1748 ushered in a period of neoclassicism that quickly found its way into hand painted furniture design and decoration. Through the influence of many, including Englishman Robert Adam, European design prominence incorporated and transcended the oriental. A prime example of the. Louis XVI passed onto, then off the political scene, and hand painted furniture modes veered toward more Spartan directoire and empire lines.

A gilded era in hand painted furniture had passed, but the legacy lingers today. According to their various tastes, 20th C. collectors and interior designers prize hand painted furniture of the 18th C. period for a variety of reasons... workmanship, fineness of line, richness of ornamentation and reflection of an opulent time not likely to be re
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