Jules Allard et Fils

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Jules Allard et Fils was a parisian family of cabinet-maker who became decorator. They participated in the creation of splendid Mansions at the turn of the 20th Century in East Coast of the United States, thanks to the opening of a New York branch in 1885. They were masters in the Eclectism & Historicism style. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration #interiordesign #decor #julesallard

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The Elms #Newport Drawing Room Summer residence of #Berwind  #Interiordecoration by #JulesAllard  #gildedage #mansion #interiordesign #decor #art

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Dear Everyone, As Serge does Serge-stuff on his computer and Nicole busies herself in her laboratory (otherwise known as her kitchen)...

#Marblehouse #Newport . Summer residence of Alva and William Kissam Vanderbilt . #Interiordecoration by #JulesAllard #art #architecture #interiordesign #decor #19thcentury

The 2013 Winter Antiques Show

Congratulations New York City! this years 2013 Winter Antiques Show, held at your very own Park Avenue Armory, will be featuring items from Newport's famed Preservation Society mansions. Items from the following mansions: The Elms, Breakers, Marble House, Rosecliff, Chateau Sur Mer, Hunter House, Chepstow and Kingscote will be there. If I were you, I would go, but I don't live in New York City! Slab table. Attributed to John Goddard, Newport, ca.1755. 42 ¼ in. x 20 in. x 28 7/8 in. Mahogany…

Richard Morris Hunt and Jules Allard et Fils, bronze figures by Karl Bitter, draperies by Prelle & Co, and ceiling painting depicting Minerva by an unknown eighteenth century French artist. The Grand Salon “Gold Room” at #Marblehouse. 1895.  Gilded Age interior.  The Grand Salon, Marble House. #Newport, RI. USA.  #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

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Richard Morris Hunt and Jules Allard et Fils, bronze figures by Karl Bitter, draperies by Prelle & Co, and ceiling painting depicting Minerva by an unknown eighteenth century French artist. The Grand...

The Morning Room at #TheBreakers, #Newport #RhodeIsland, US. Decor by Jules Allard and Sons. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard

Marble House

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#TheBreakers Library - The Breakers, #Newport. Decor by Jules Allard and Sons for Cornelius #Vanderbilt II. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

The Breakers

#TheBreakers Library - The Breakers, #Newport. Decor by Jules Allard and Sons for Cornelius #Vanderbilt II. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

#TheElms Dining room. Designed by Parisian decorator Jules Allard as a backdrop for a collection of early 18th century Venetian paintings. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland #Newport

#TheElms Dining room. Designed by Parisian decorator Jules Allard as a backdrop for a collection of early 18th century Venetian paintings. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland #Newport

Jules Allard et Fils (active in New York and Paris), A drawing room in the Louis XVI-revival style, about 1903, Painted and gilded oak, marble, gilt-bronze hardware. Original commission by William Salomon, 1020 Fifth Avenue, #NYC #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard

Drawing Room

A drawing room in the Louis XVI-revival style.

Vernon Court, 492 Bellevue Avenue, #Newport Built between 1900 and 1901. Commissioned by Anna Van Nest Gambrill. Gilded Age mansion by the architects Carrère & Hastings, after the Château d'Haroué, a 18th century French mansion. Jules Allard and Sons participated in the decoration. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard

This extraordinary monumental Breche violette marble mantel was designed by Jules Allard for the Manhattan residence of Edward J. #Berwind towards the end of the #19thcentury #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #NYC

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…

Gold Ballroom, #MarbleHouse the most decorated out of any of the #Newport Mansions, is extraordinary, created by Jules Allard, carved gilded wall panels, large chandeliers, mirrors and mythological figures. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…

Grand Staircase, #MarbleHouse The large bronze chandelier and most of the lighting were designed by Jules Allard. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…

Morning Room at #TheBreakers. All the wall decoration - pilasters, cornices, panels - were created by Allard and sons. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland #Newport

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…

Music Room at #TheBreakers The Breakers was the summer house of Cornelius #Vanderbilt II and his wife Alice, built between 1893 and 1895, in #Newport Designed by R. Hunt. Jules Allard cooperated with the decorator Codman. #historic #mansions #mansion #gildedage #art #architecture #luxury #interiordecoration  #interiordesign #decor #julesallard #RhodeIsland

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…

Carved pear wood hand mirror, by Allard and Chopin in 1867 for the World's Fair. The Art Journal published a picture of this mirror and spoke of Allard and Sons as one of the most "Eminent cabinet houses of Paris".  #julesallard

Jules Allard

A family of cabinetmakers:Jules Allard is the most important member of the -- Maison Allard -- family company. His father, Célestin Allard, died in 1854, and had been known as a cabinetmaker and upholsterer since 1832. Célestin seems to have had a flourishing business in Paris and had also opened a branch in Brussels. He mainly produced furniture, but he offered his services as an interior decorator as well. Célestin Allard participated in all the major national exhibitions from 1844…