LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY DINING TABLE
Louis XVI style Mahogany dining table. Solid and veneer Mahogany table. French polish finishings. Gilt bronze elements. A table made to measure with five extra-leaves to host up to 16 or 18 guests.
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The Louis XVI style appeared during the second half of the 18th century. Antiquity became a source of inspiration for architecture, interior decoration and furniture. The Louis XVI style displays straight and symmetrical lines, classical decorative motifs including acanthus leaves, friezes of pearls, Greek friezes… Cabinet-makers and chairs-makers such as Jean-Henri Riesener, David Roentgen and Georges Jacob used inlays of fine woods, particularly mahogany, decorated with gilded bronze.
Vosges custom fabricates Louis XVI style and neoclassical inspired tables for luxury residential projects. We craft all our pieces upon order. As a result, we can then adapt most of our models to your requested specifications. In addition, we provide shop drawings and samples of finishing for your approval. Vosges can organize the collection, packing and shipment of completed orders on your behalf. Top members of Architectural’ s Digest AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List consequently hire Vosges as a trustworthy and regular source for tailor-made pieces of furniture. You will find our work in exclusive apartments, town houses, manors and super-yachts all around the world.
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