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  • sandi l

    83pc Antique PUIFORCAT Sterling Silver Flatware Set, Chest: 'Louis XV'

  • Kathy Hart

    Ebay is a surprisingly great place to get unique, one-of-a-kind table setting items - just clean thoroughly before use! "Antique Puiforcat "Louis XV" silver, Paris, France, 19th c." #entertaining #hosting #place setting #voyager

  • Deborah Hollister

    Antique Puiforcat "Louis XV" silver, Paris, France, 19th c. ... I so want these for my dinner table. Gorgeous.

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There is nothing better for a man, than that he should eat and drink, and that he should make his soul enjoy good in his labour. ~Ecclesiastes 2:24

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.

Louis XV doors... Fleaing France? Fleeing France? Or is it like some kind of flea market? or actual Fleas? I guess I could follow the link, huh?

Louis XV canvas panels from Monluc, Paris Louis XVI Chairs. From the home of Janet de Botton, Provence

Louis XV Suite with green colors and unique terrace at the Hôtel de Crillon Paris, France

A LARGE SILVER-PLATED LAMP IN THE LOUIS XV STYLE, PROBABLY FRANCE, CIRCA 1900

Louis XV's Office Cabinet Key. Silver-Gilt Wrought Iron. Circa 1760-1769.

Tea Urn, 1845, French Silversmith P. B., Paris Purveyor: F.A. Thouret Medium: Silver plate Dimensions: H. 15 1/2 in. (39.4 cm.); Gr. W. 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm.) Accession Number: 1988.406 a-c The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vase designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany c1893-96. Favrile Glass. Met Museum of Art, NY