Modern furniture runs the gamut from cheap plastic chairs and tables to beautiful, hand carved works of art. During Medieval times in Europe, the situation was somewhat similar except that there were probably two main types of furniture; basic wooden items crafted for function only, and opulent works of art that were reserved for the dining halls of castles, keeps, and luxurious chateaux. Luxurious Medieval and antique furniture continue to be admired in present times, although mostly in museums that preserve and put those extraordinary, elegant items on display. However, quality resin technologies and skilled artists make it possible to put stunning replicas of such items in the home, office, and place of business.
The Louis XIV Glass-topped Cocktail Table is a highly detailed replica of exquisite French antique furniture used by French aristocracy during the time of Louis the XIV. Its three gilded cherub legs and intricate designs showcase the lengths that artists went to create incredible, functional works of art for French lords and ladies. The gilded, detailed highlights of this table are absolutely stunning and will help to give your living room an absolutely regal touch. Use this glass-topped table to display some of the finer objets d'art from the Basil Street Gallery or use it to serve snifters of prize cognac to esteemed guests.
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