Reproduction and personal creations.
Liége-Style Furniture of the 18th-century.
The Belgian “Liége style furniture” with its typical ornamentation is undoubtedly the most refined period piece in its kind for the connoisseur.
For the ornamental woodcarver as well as for the Furniture-maker it remains quite an endowment and challenge to hold this 18th-century artistic branch to its highest level.
The creation of a ‘Liége style’ piece of Furniture starts at the drawing table. Each technical detail, the framework and each bit of ornamental decoration is drawn fullscale.
With respect, patience and a lot of artistic craft the woodcarver carves each motive until he finds the right expression and character. Hence, each piece of Furniture, realisation and application is unique and cannot be executed twice in the same way. Thus, each creation obtains a timeless and exclusive aura and will always radiate a certain value for people who want to decorate their interiors to the highest
level of craftmanship.
Liège style furniture is of an exceptional quality, profuse yet delicately decorated and of a solid structure.
It reached its peak in the XVIIIth century.
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