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Lovely Louis Philippe style "trumeau" dating from circa 1850. A trumeau is a decorative element composed of a framed mirror topped by an inlaid, carved or painted panel. Trumeaux were usually found above a fireplace, a console or between two windows. The sober frame of this one will match your interior whatever your design and the two children on the painting are so cute!
Style: Louis Philippe
Louis-Philippe was the last king to reign over France from 1830 to 1848. Much less traditionalist than the kings of the earlier absolute monarchy, his reign is marked by profound social, economic and political changes within the kingdom.
Dark woods such as mahogany, rosewood and walnut are in fashion. The style is a reinterpretation of the furniture of earlier periods with a concern for convenience and mobility that’s why the chairs and armchairs are equipped with casters.
Width: 74 cm
Height: 125 cm