Dinning Room

Dinning Room / D111

Louis XV & Marie Leczinska (1715-1774)
Louis XV pieces grew smaller and less formal. Makers of Louis XV pieces discovered marketing to women, and pieces created for their size, work, and lifestyle became very popular. Singerie (motif of a gathering of monkeys), Chinoiserie (scenes that imitated Chinese art), Rocaille (motif of a shell or irregular pattern of a rock garden) were all natural elements that were incorporated. These motifs signaled a natural and relaxed impression of the world, but were also depicting these ideas in more elaborate and expensive materials. Pictorial decoration characterized by extravagantly swirling scrolls and whorls, casually strewn shell, flower motifs, and asymmetrical composition were significant elements of design. The rejection of the classical world and the asymmetry of growing flowers reflected an upper-class culture that felt completely in control, and perhaps represented concentrated wealth in the hands of few as the world had never seen. The ruling class in France at this time was confident of its rule over the church, the French people, a growing world empire, and even nature itself.

Dining room In Marie Leczinska Style

Marie Leczinska furniture combines usefulness with elegance. Chairs have curved legs, floral decorations, and comfortably padded seats and backs, yet sacrifice nothing in design.in addition to the exotic flowers adorning all surfaces, the Beech wood is used for sumptuous effects, and richly veined and tinted marbles complete the image. Handcrafted in Egypt. Components of Marie Leczinska dinning
Buffet

  • 245W x 0.56D x 220H
Vitrine
  • 110W x 0.50D x 220H
Dining Tables
  • 220W x 120D x 0.83H
Dining Chair
  • 0.60W x 0.50D x 110H


NOTE: This piece is offered with the choice of custom paint or stain colors and various finishing, including the marble & the fabrics as well. Delivery Time: Three Months