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Monthly Archives: December 2014

How Clues in this Painting Led to Identity of its Subject…

The subject of our latest find was initially a mystery, though a closer look at the symbolism which abounds in this 17th century painting points to a depiction of the Virgin Mary. We do know that the artist who created … Read the rest of this entry

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How to Create an Authentic French Landscape Garden with 18th c. Stone Auge…

Transport the French countryside to your garden with this 18th c. stone auge. This incredible piece once graced the garden of a mas in the Bourgogne Region located in the heart of France. Auges were used to hold water as … Read the rest of this entry

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19th c. Table de Drapier used in a draper’s atelier in Lyon, France

Our Item of the Week is an amazing, reclaimed Late 19th c. Table de Drapier from Lyon, France. The Table de Drapier was originally used in a draper’s atelier in Lyon, France. The abundant surface area facilitated unfurling and cutting long swaths … Read the rest of this entry

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HOW INTERIOR DESIGNERS ARE USING CHATEAU DOMINGUE FINDS

We are always inspired by the interior designers who breathe new life into our reclaimed architectural antique finds! Here’s a look at projects featuring Chateau Domingue finds that interior designers across the country shared on social. Amazing work by L.A. designer … Read the rest of this entry

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loose 17th c. lifestyle fueled by flame of candle light | Louis XIV Iron Appliqués

This amazing pair of Louis XIV Iron Appliqués once graced the walls of an Italian palazzo on the south side of the Po Valley, in the thriving city of Modena, Italy. Modena was a regional powerhouse in the 17th century. … Read the rest of this entry

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