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Width: 2.25"

Category: Traditional frames

Type: Running Pattern , Corner and Centre , Louis XIV


The Rococo style evolved as a reaction against the High Baroque and flourished in the 1730’s. In this period the heavy Louis XIV organic forms were refined into delicate, sinuous and flamboyant decorations. A prime example is the Louis XV frame style named after this monarch. The most important elements in Rococo design were elegance, grace, charm and curving naturalistic decoration


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