Contrary to popular styling of the early Renaissance period, King Louis XIV encouraged elaborate carving and scrollwork
Contrary to popular styling of the early Renaissance period, King Louis XIV encouraged elaborate carving and scrollwork, and richly-traced fruit and floral motifs, swags and leafage. His designers often embellished with a free, lavish interpretation of the Renaissance’s classical lines and proportions. Intricately carved from top to bottom with “Buhl” styling—which developed in the late 1600s—virtually every popular motif of Renaissance France is found in the Gobelins table. Nowhere else can such exquisite detail be found on a table designed to replicate a historic showpiece and intended for practical use.
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Beaumont stands proudly on a generously proportioned solid oak or recl
Shown in Maple, with Millcreek stain
Intricately arched legs lead to the solid wood corner and routered arc
Rustic Style In A Weathered Walnut Stain.
Rustic Style In A Natural Stain.
Shown In A Walnut With 4-Piece Dining Top
Shown In A Walnut Stain.
Shown in Solid Maple with Black Finish.OVER 30 STAINS AVAILABLE
Shown in a Walnut Stain.OVER 30 STAINS AVAILABLE
Finishes in a striking smoke hue with gunmetal grey support legs, the
Shown in a stunning Dark Walnut Stain..OVER 30 STAINS AVAILABLE
2 in 1 table, constructed of solid white birch. La condo is the ideal
Shown in Maple with Spiced Maple finish.OVER 30 STAINS AVAILABLE