French Louis XVI Barometer

(#GRL3963)

French Louis XVI (18th Cent) barometer with original scientific illustrations & mercury vial framed with gilt foliate carvings & ebonized trim and a perched eagle pediment.
Item #
GRL3963
Category
Accessories
Accessories/Décor/Bric-a-Brac
Appliances/Devices
Style
French Louis XVI
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:28.5"
Height:42.5"
Price:

In Stock

French Louis XVI Barometer

Price

#GRL3963

In Stock

French Louis XVI (18th Cent) barometer with original scientific illustrations & mercury vial framed with gilt foliate carvings & ebonized trim and a perched eagle pediment.
Item #
GRL3963
Category
Accessories
Accessories/Décor/Bric-a-Brac
Appliances/Devices
Style
French Louis XVI
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:28.5"
Height:42.5"

French Louis XVI Barometer (#GRL3963)

Price:

In Stock

French Louis XVI (18th Cent) barometer with original scientific illustrations & mercury vial framed with gilt foliate carvings & ebonized trim and a perched eagle pediment.
Item #
GRL3963
Dimensions (in)
Width:
28.5"
Height:
42.5"
Style
French Louis XVI
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Gold
Louis XVI

Louis XVI

Reigned in France between 1774 and 1793. Characteristics of this style were rectangular lines, architectural ornamentation, classic symmetry, marquetry, and the predominant use of mahogany.

Pediment

Pediment

Broad triangular or curved space above a portico, doorway, window or cabinet. Can have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Scroll pediment

Scroll pediment

Broken pediment with each half shaped in the form of a reverse curve, and ending in an ornamental scroll. Usually a finial is placed in the center between the two halves.

French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture style created by craftsmen in the French provinces. Local woods were generally used for pieces that were practical for the home. Tended to be simpler versions of the Louis XV style.

Regence French

Regence French

Transitional period in French furniture design between Louis XIV and the Rococo style developed by Louis XV. Named for the time frame in France from 1715-1728 when Philip, Duke of Orleans, reigned. Characteristics are graceful curves, the cabriole leg, and ornamentation copied from nature rather than mythology. Bright veneers of rosewood and satinwood were widely used.

Louis XVI

Louis XVI

Reigned in France between 1774 and 1793. Characteristics of this style were rectangular lines, architectural ornamentation, classic symmetry, marquetry, and the predominant use of mahogany.

Pediment

Pediment

Broad triangular or curved space above a portico, doorway, window or cabinet. Can have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Scroll pediment

Scroll pediment

Broken pediment with each half shaped in the form of a reverse curve, and ending in an ornamental scroll. Usually a finial is placed in the center between the two halves.

French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture style created by craftsmen in the French provinces. Local woods were generally used for pieces that were practical for the home. Tended to be simpler versions of the Louis XV style.

Regence French

Regence French

Transitional period in French furniture design between Louis XIV and the Rococo style developed by Louis XV. Named for the time frame in France from 1715-1728 when Philip, Duke of Orleans, reigned. Characteristics are graceful curves, the cabriole leg, and ornamentation copied from nature rather than mythology. Bright veneers of rosewood and satinwood were widely used.

Louis XVI

Louis XVI

Reigned in France between 1774 and 1793. Characteristics of this style were rectangular lines, architectural ornamentation, classic symmetry, marquetry, and the predominant use of mahogany.

Pediment

Pediment

Broad triangular or curved space above a portico, doorway, window or cabinet. Can have segmental, scroll, and broken forms.

Scroll pediment

Scroll pediment

Broken pediment with each half shaped in the form of a reverse curve, and ending in an ornamental scroll. Usually a finial is placed in the center between the two halves.

French Provincial

French Provincial

Furniture style created by craftsmen in the French provinces. Local woods were generally used for pieces that were practical for the home. Tended to be simpler versions of the Louis XV style.

Regence French

Regence French

Transitional period in French furniture design between Louis XIV and the Rococo style developed by Louis XV. Named for the time frame in France from 1715-1728 when Philip, Duke of Orleans, reigned. Characteristics are graceful curves, the cabriole leg, and ornamentation copied from nature rather than mythology. Bright veneers of rosewood and satinwood were widely used.

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