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Chinoiseries Style

Chinoseries Furniture

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Chinoiseries Style  

chinoseries chippendale glass pic from atticmag.com

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The term "chinoiserie" is generally reserved for objects made in the late 17th and throughout the 18th Centuries, describing various ways of imitating oriental lacquer.

The style was given a kind of consecration when Sir William Chambers published his famous volume of Designs for Chinese Buildings, Furniture, Dress, etc., in 1757, with the expressed intention of correcting the absurdities, which had developed in the vogue for Chinese furniture, decoration, and garden buildings during the previous years. Info source: www.sackheritagegroup.com

 

       

Chinoiseries Furniture

 

small chinoseries cabinet pic from www.drakebriscoe.com

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On furniture, "chinoiseries" (or "japanned", for english manufacturer) took many forms; mirrors had pagodas, long-necked birds, icicles and small oriental figures; chairs had pagoda crestings and lattice-work backs; and other pieces-tables, cabinets, and bookcases-had frets, open and applied, in a continuous geometric pattern. "Chinoiserie" was essentially a decorator’s fashion, satisfying that need for variety and the exotic which was so typical of the rococo. Info source: www.sackheritagegroup.com
       
European Porcelain  

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Pictures

 

japanned high chest pic from www.sacheritagegroup.com

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rococo chinoseries pavillonimage source: www.chine-informations.com

chinese style room pic from farm4.static.flickr.comimage source:farm4.static.flickr.com

image source:www.drakebriscoe.com

chinoseries porcelain pic from www.oneofakindantiques.comimage source: www.onefakindantiques.com

dutch porcelain vase pic from www.chinese-porcelain-art.comimage source: www.chinese-porcelain.-art.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
       
Links  

more about French Rococò: iDesign / styles / Louis XV

more about English Rococò: iDesign / styles / Chippendale

chinoiseries history: www.sackheritagegroup.com

chinoiseries rococò furniture: www.drakebriscoe.com

a book about chinoseries : www.amazon.com

antique porcelain seller: www.chinese-porcelain-art.com

 

 

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