Rococo

Louis XV (fifteenth) furniture is also referred to as Rococo. These chairs are distinguishable by their curved forms, absence of stretchers, cabriole legs, and delicate, feminine appearance. Guide to Louis-style Chairs Do you know your Louis chairs?

Now that's what everyone needs a little of in life!

Now that's what everyone needs a little of in life!

Danish Rococo Chair Detail  Circa 1740 – 1750

Set of 8 Danish Rococo Chairs, Circa 1740 - 1750

A button back Rococo chair

Rich expensive fabric, complicated pattern, complicated and linear trim. Obvious display of wealth.

A very fine set of ten carved large Rococo chairs, circa 100 years old. Every chair has the fabric as shown on the last photo.

A very fine set of ten carved large Rococo chairs, circa 100 years old. Every chair has the fabric as shown on the last photo.

This is where the Queen Sits. Or the Queen's Cat...just saying

Rococo

The Rococo style of French antique furniture began in the century. It came about as a result of the Baroque artists of the time casting aside their obsession with symmetry and turning to a more aqueous and lucid style.

1930s Gilt Wood Italianate Rococo Pair Chairs

Inspired Antique, Vintage & New Home Decor and Gifts with a French Flair.

Rococo chair

Italian Rococo chair with Venetian painted surface and velvet upholstery - divine!

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