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A Chinese Chippendale Hanging Wall Shelf, Pagoda / China, Cent.

Thomas Chippendale and Prince Charles! ...  Saving Dumfries: Architectural Digest...  From...  http://www.architecturaldigest.com/decor/2008-04/dumfries_slideshow#

Saving Dumfries

On my next trip to Scotland visit this perfect house saved by Prince Charles.Dumfries House in Scotland: One of a pair of chinoiserie mirrors delivered by Chippendale in

Thomas Chippendale | Gothick [Gothic] Chairs, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Preparatory drawing for Thomas Chippendale's 'Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director'. Published in reverse as plate XXI in the 1754 and 1755 editions, but not reprinted in 1762 edition.

Golden Pagoda Armoire Display Cabinet Manner of James Mont

Gilded Pagoda Display Cabinet in the Manner of James Mont

View this item and discover similar vitrines for sale at - Gilded pagoda display cabinet with ornamentation and details including bamboo relief on double french doors with asian inspired incised and calligraphic

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Chinoiserie Chic: Black and Gold Chinoiserie~ love the way the back has been decorated in gilt landscape scenes.

Carved wood Chinoiserie door surround at Claydon, in England | via Carolyne Roehm

The incredible pagoda doorway in the Chinese Room at Claydon House ~ design by John Fowler. The ballroom scene in Emma, was filmed at Claydon House. c, designed by Luke Lightfoot-John Fowler worked on room in the and again in

The Badminton Bed, 1754. Beechwood, japanned in red, yellow and blue and gilded. The bed is surmounted by a deep pagoda roof set at the angles of the cornice with gilt and carved wood dragons embellished with pendent icicle ornament. The headboard goes to the height of the posts and is made of open lattice work.

Chinoiserie furniture of the eighteenth century mid Georgian period in the Chinese Chippendale style.

Nineteenth-century chinoiserie: Cabinet (originally used as a bookcase) at Castle Coole, Co. Fermanagh. National Trust Picture Library/Andreas von Einsiedel

Consuming China

One of a pair of Regency-period chinoiserie cabinets (originally used as bookcases) at Castle Coole, Co.

www.eyefordesignlfd.blogspot.com : Decorate Your Interiors With Pagodas

A pair of Regency style cream and green painted pagoda-form standing bookcases from the estate of Brooke Astor - Sotheby's

Chinoiserie…    Pagoda cabinet  National Trust     Collection: Uppark, West Sussex

爱 Chinoiserie? 爱 home decor in chinoiserie style - Pagoda cabinet, National Trust Collection, Uppark, West Sussex.

Nostell Priory

Chinoiserie pier glass by Chippendale, with matching japanned commode below, in the State Bedroom at Nostell Priory. ©National Trust Images/Andreas von Einsiedel in powder room

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