Coromandel laquer

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Coromandel lacquer decoration. Seen in museumes, furniture and panelled room.

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Commode by Jacques Dubois, with a Coromandel Lacquer decor, from Carnavalet museum, Paris European Furniture, Italian Furniture, French Furniture, Art Furniture, Furniture Styles, Luxury Furniture, Antique Furniture, Painted Furniture, Musee Carnavalet

Commode

Créée par des ébénistes au XVIIe siècle, la commode va devenir la pièce essentielle du mobilier au XVIIIe siècle. Conçue d'abord comme un meuble de chambre pour ranger de la literie et des vêtements de nuit, elle passe bientôt au salon. On y serre les accessoires de jeux, les garnitures de…

Beauty of the Coromandel lacquer, detail from a commode in the Louvre museum. Louvre Paris, Objet D'art, Atc, 18th Century, Art Decor, Design Inspiration, House Design, France, Interiors

Commode | Musée du Louvre | Paris

Beauty of the Coromandel lacquer, detail from a commode in the Louvre museum.

Mirror Place of origin: China (the lacquer panel, made) England, Great Britain (The mirror frame and veneering, made) Date: ca. Vintage Mirrors, Antique Frames, Old Frames, Chinese Furniture, European Furniture, Axminster Carpets, Lacquer Furniture, V & A Museum, Victoria And Albert Museum

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Mirror, ca. 1680 (Made). Mirror, of rectangular shape, with a convex frame veneered with sections of Chinese Coromandel lacquer, with a shaped cresting, the mirror frame made in England, about 1680.. Museum Number W.39-1950.

Pair of corners stamped Delorme, Louis XV, Coromandel lacquer, varnish Martin and gilded bronze; European Furniture, French Furniture, Classic Furniture, Art Furniture, Antique Furniture, Corner Cupboard, Bronze, Laque, Cabinet Makers

Biennale des antiquaires et des joailliers: croquez la pomme!

Attention les yeux ! L’amas de pierreries, de diamants, rubis, émeraudes et saphirs vont vous éblouir et vous faire tourner la tête. Hier soir, pour le vernissage de la Biennale, les allées étaient noires de monde et les stands de joailliers ressemblaient au métro à six heures du soir. A

Stamped by Bernard van Risenburgh: Corner cabinet (encoignure) (one of a pair) Rococo Furniture, French Furniture, Wooden Furniture, Luis Xiv, Rococo Style, French Rococo, French Oak, Baroque, Corner Cupboard

Bernard II van Risenburgh | Corner cabinet (encoignure) (one of a pair) | French, Paris | The Met

Maker: Bernard II van Risenburgh (ca. 1696–ca. 1767). Date: ca. 1745–49. Culture: French, Paris. Medium: Oak veneered with ebony and Coromandel lacquer,...

A Chinese Coromandel screen is seen in the oil painting Chopin by Albert von Keller.Coromandel screen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Art Nouveau, Lightning Strikes, Figure Painting, Victorian Era, Chinoiserie, Contemporary Artists, Great Artists, Impressionism, Art History

A Chinese Coromandel screen is seen in the oil painting Chopin (1873) by Albert von Keller.Coromandel screen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Picture: Chinese Lacquer Cabinet of the central pavilion of Nymphenburg were redesigned in under the direction of François Cuvilliés the Elder. Palace Interior, Arch Interior, Interior Design, Royal Palace, Great Photos, Pavilion, Chinese, Tours, Germany

Bavarian Palace Administration | Nymphenburg | Nymphenburg Palace | Tour

Official website of Nymphenburg Palace (Palace and Park, Marstallmuseum, Museum of Nymphenburg Porcelain, Amalienburg, Badenburg, Pagodenburg, Magdalenenklause)

Coromandel Lacquer Screens W. de Kesel and Greet Dhont Art Media Resources Medium Art, Screens, Books To Read, Reading, Image, Canvases, Word Reading, Reading Books, Libros

Coromandel Lacquer Screens W. de Kesel and Greet Dhont Art Media Resources

Lacquered Commode, made for the private cabinet of Marie Leszczynska, Queen of France, 1737 by Bernard van Risenburgh (Louvre Museum) Oriental Furniture, French Furniture, Miniature Furniture, Antique Furniture, Painted Furniture, Furniture Design, Luis Xiv, Louvre Paris, Antique Cabinets

Coromandel

Created during the 17th century in China, lacquered pieces known as Coromandel were exported to Europe. Coromandel is a trading post belonging to the East India Company. There are many types of engraving on lacquer but the most popular one in Europe is known as -- Coromandel laquer -- . The Coromandel lacquer technique was not imported in the olden days, all the work was done directly in China. But artists of the 18th century tried to overcome this technical ignorance by creating what is…