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@ the MET Mechanical table Jean Henri Riesener (French, Gladebeck, near Hessen 1734–1806 Paris) Maker: mechanism by Jean-Gotfritt Mercklein (1733–1808) Date: 1778 Culture: French, Paris Medium: Oak veneered with marquetry of bois satiné, holly, amaranth, barberry, stained sycamore, and green-lacquered wood; gilt-bronze mounts; steel, iron and brass fittings; mirror glass

Grand Salon from the Hôtel de Tessé, Paris made by Nicolas Huyot Date: ca. with later additions Culture: French, Paris

The Neoclassical Temple | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Boiserie from the Hôtel de Cabris, Grasse ca. with later additions Culture: French, Paris

Champ de Bataille

Château du Champ de Bataille ~ Eure ~ Haute-Normanday ~ France ~ The château is a baroque castle built in the century for the Maréchal de Créqui.

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The Rothschild Room: century French salon, gift of Baron Edmond and Baroness Nadine de Rothschild, Paris

The Grand Salon, the Nissim De Camondo Museum.

The Entrance Court of the Nissim De Camondo Museum, Paris. The Devoted Classicist is sometimes asked to recommend a "secret" place in .

One of a pair (see 07.225.13b), this ornamental vase on its marbleized stand can be seen in historic photographs of Georges Hoentschel’s showroom in Paris. The inscription and accession number on the pedestal were added after J

One of a pair (see 07.225.13b), this ornamental vase on its marbleized stand can be seen in historic photographs of Georges Hoentschel’s showroom in Paris. The inscription and accession number on the pedestal were added after J

Upholstered in a custom-woven silk damask and positioned on a mid-18th-century Axminster carpet, the mahogany chairs and settee in the Blue Drawing Room were supplied by Chippendale in 1759

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Upholstered in a custom-woven silk damask and positioned on a Axminster carpet, the mahogany chairs and settee in the Blue Drawing Room were supplied by Chippendale in 1759

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