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Tone on Tone: These Just In!

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Paris flea market

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Gold interior 3 · A White Carousel

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Love all the french antiques

European Antiques

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Bella rustica barn sale Pulaski tennessee sept. 28-30

Getting ready for Bella Rustica - The Shabby Creek Cottage

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Fairhope Supply Co.: 181 Fall Flea Market

181 Fall Flea Market - Fairhope Supply Co.

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Goin’ to the Chapel! | The Lettered Cottage

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Architectural salvage around LA

Los Angeles Green Building and Salvage Yards

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spend all day here Feau

PlumSiena: Roaming for Remnants

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paris flea market.

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    Ahhh love love love all of this stuff!!

Architectural Salvage Heaven {Black Dog Salvage}

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Stall specialising in selling old suitcases at the Newark Antiques Fair

BBC - Europe's largest antiques fair celebrates 25 years

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Antique Shopping at Newark Antique Fairs in England...

The Antiques Diva | Blog

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Ideas for Flea Market Booth or Vintage Show

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Junker's Paradise ~ Barnyard Antiques:Fulton, IL

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Whimsy

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Monticello Antique Marketplace - This would be amazing to visit

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Via Facebook Juffrouw Jansen Brocante

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Garden antiques UK

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the doors great flea market find...:)

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Louis XV (fifteenth) furniture is also referred to as Rococo. These chairs are distinguishable by their curved forms, absence of stretchers, cabriole legs, and delicate, feminine appearance. Popular motifs include: shells, baskets/sprays of flowers, ribbons, symbols of love, and pastoral/romantic scenes.

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Identifying Louis XVI. .Louis XVI chairs are easy to spot because they always have the fluted leg. Where the Louis XV chairs were curvy, these are very angular with straight lines. Popular motifs include: columns, pilasters, wreaths, garlands, drapery, floral festoons, rosettes, lyres, urns and ancient mythology.

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Guide to identifying Louis-style chairs

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