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Posted 04/12/2019   01:14 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Kris Rascher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
A chair in 'Art nouveau' or Jugendstil; the stile was widespread at the beginning of the past century in Europe and if you are lucky you can still see city houses decorated with the curved profiles and floral designs. 1977 (By the way, Eames chairs, among many other designs, are made just next door in the 'city of chairs', Weil am Rhein.)
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in the Small Italian Skylicht room in the Small Hermitage there is furniture created by the sketches of architects von Klenze and Montferrand. It was originally made for visitors, and now has become an exhibit. https://hermitagemuseum.org/wps/por...523450123450


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Republic of Korea
25th September 2003
Traditional Culture (4th series)

Tables
gujok-ban (table with decorated top)


punghyeol-ban (tray table)


ilju-ban (single stemmed table)


haeju-ban (straight-sided table)


designed - Kim So Jeong
engraved - Hong Yong Sun and Ka Sung Hyeon
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Another example of the Art nouveau stile: a small French table, part of a set of four stamps illustrating furnishings. Photo of another side table by the same artist, Majorelle; 1994

(Hi Alexey, If I may say so, the Italian room doesn't look small to me! K.)
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The Austrian designers March and Gut made a chair with a high back and a slight tilt. Probably quite comfortable to sit on. 2018
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scene from the film "The Twelve Chairs"



The satirical novel "The Twelve Chairs" tells about the adventures of two rogues in search of diamonds in the 20s in Soviet Russia. The diamonds were hidden in one of the 12 chairs from the headset by the master Gambs.
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historical picture of the artist Ge "Peter 1 interrogates Tsarevich Alexei in Peterhof"




The action takes place in the palace Monplaisir, was built for Peter 1 in Peterhof, a suburb of St. Petersburg.

The interiors of the palace were completely destroyed during the war, but the furniture and collections of the museum were able to evacuate and preserve.


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throne from the collection of the Moscow Kremlin. Decorated with ivory plates with illustrations of King David. Made in the late 16th century in Germany or Holland. Could belong to tsar Ivan 4 or his son Fyodor Ioaanovich


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The Torna stile chair was, and still is, made in southern Sweden. Not particularly comfortable to sit in, one must sit in a very upright position. 1980
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A much newer chair design from Sweden is the lounge chair by Mathsson of the 1960s. Mother had one and it was so comfortable, she always fell asleep in it. stamp of 1989
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China

2012

4v.

Ming and Qing Dynasty Furniture

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Brazil
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Switzerland

1987

Pro Patria

4v.

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Galileo Galilei is depicted sitting on a folding chair.
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Austria

2002

Design

1v

Chair - Thonet Stuhl, designer Michael Thonet

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Cyprus

1978

Christmas

I tried to find on google an original picture of this kind of religious furniture. For what purpose exactly it serves?

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