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The Louis XV showcase is synonymous with finesse and asymmetry. It is recognizable by its rococo style and rockery. Today, this exhibition furniture is one of the most sought-after period furniture.

The Louis XV showcase, a safe bet that has passed through the centuries

Since the seventeenth century, the Louis XV style window adorns the large...

The Louis XV showcase is synonymous with finesse and asymmetry. It is recognizable by its rococo style and rockery. Today, this exhibition furniture is one of the most sought-after period furniture.

The Louis XV showcase, a safe bet that has passed through the centuries

Since the seventeenth century, the Louis XV style window adorns the large living room and dining rooms of the royalties of France. Its timeless style has survived the centuries and still seduces many vintage furniture lovers. In general, it is made of mahogany or solid beech, considerably robust and refined materials. The sculpture adorning the frame and its four feet is inspired by plants such as foliage, laurels, maples, etc. The Louis XV period window is available in several models. This piece of furniture can hold one to four drawers, equipped with a bronze wrist. Also, it can be composed of one to four full doors inlaid and glazed. The locks and keys are bronze or copper. Inside, the compartments are lined with a marquetry with heavy patterns.

The window of the Louis XV era synonymous with the baroque style

This furniture Louis XV is easily recognizable by its baroque and sober style. Since its appearance, this type of furniture is very decorative. Again, the showcase is made to store the silverware or the most valuable dishes. Some book this ameubto collect beautiful objects in gold, silver, bronze, porcelain or mother-of-pearl. Indeed, it can have several shelves, depending on the style and size. Today, antique-style furniture manufacturers are using more and more elaborate patterns and more and more daring sculptures. As for the forms, the showcase evolves and combines the baroque style with the contemporary style. Some manufacturers color mahogany in white, gold or black. Others add small pearls and mother-of-pearl details to the sculpture. In general, the Louis XV showcase is very impressive. Its height can reach two meters. The feet, however, do not exceed thirty-five centimeters, whatever the style, regardless of the shape (curved, square, rounded, column or curved).

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