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Width: 4.5"

Category: Traditional frames

Type: Corner and Centre , Louis XV


In the early 18th century the Louis XIV styles blended into the Regency frame style (c.1715-1723) which placed greater emphasis in the corners and centres. The organic decorations in the corners and centres often overlapped the panel and flowed into the sight edge. The full Regency style was opulent as well as delicate, with the order and linearity of this period giving way to the swirling delicacy of the Rococo. Here the optional slip sits in front of a sight leaf ornament running into a sand channel, a full corner with a scrolling triple top.


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