RUSSIA AND FRANCE: PARADOXES OF JEWELRY ART IN MODERN STYLE
Jewelry of the new style at the end of the 19th century conquered everyone with its bright decorativeness and imagery, which are characterized by drama and symbolism, unusually interpreted mythological…

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Antiques and time!
Since ancient times, the attention of peoples has been turned to antiques. This was carried out for such reasons, among the first of which was the presence of love for…

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POCKET WATCHES WACHERON & CONSTANTIN VACHERON & CONSTANTIN
The Swiss watch Vasheron & Constantine is considered one of the most expensive and prestigious in the world. In the second half of the 18th century, Switzerland, from a country…

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18th Century Antiques: Real Works of Art

18th Century Antiques: Real Works of Art
The 18th century is called the gallant century in history: it was at this time that exquisite arts, fashion and entertainment were elevated. The Versailles Courtyard, Baroque and Rococo received absolute recognition.

The Turandot Antique Gallery presents to your attention 18th century antiques in excellent condition. Present yourself real baroque diamonds!

Of particular interest in our gallery is painting: luxurious still lifes of the Flemish school, paintings by such great Russian artists as Serebryakov and even a sketch of the famous Benoit. The pearl of the gallery is the painting “Bathing the Sultana” by the famous French artist Jacques de Lajoux.

The school of painting of the XVIII century is considered one of the strongest. Therefore, having bought a picture of that time, you will amaze all your friends and colleagues with your impeccable taste.

Among the antiques of the 18th century, it is very rare to find furniture. Turandot Antik offers furniture and interior items in excellent condition: chests, tables and desks, display cases, stools, cabinets, floor lamps and much more. We carry antiques from France, Italy and other countries of Western Europe.

Legends and tales form around baroque chandeliers. A collection of lighting products adorns our antiques. The 18th century is the century of refined patterns, the delicate work of masters, the century of grace and chivalry. And, of course, all these qualities are reflected on chandeliers, sconces, floor lamps, and candlesticks. Do not be afraid to touch the legend of light!

Often we want to decorate the interior with an exquisite piece of furniture. For this purpose, antiques are the best suited. The 18th century is rich in various kinds of room decorations: you can choose mirrors, vases, decorative panels and panels, flowerpots and other items for this purpose.

Sometimes it’s enough to put one such work of art in the bedroom, living room or dining room to transform it beyond recognition.

A clock counting the time from the distant XVIII century is not just a decoration, but also a real relic of the family. In our gallery you will find French and Italian models.

Turandot Antique collections are constantly updated. Perhaps tomorrow, a collection of 18th century antiques will be decorated with new jewelry, silver, paintings, watches, furniture and other antiques.

We guarantee that our products are in excellent condition. Each antiquity passes a special control, so you can be sure of the quality of the newly acquired antiques.

Touch the lightness of the gallant century with Turandot Antique!

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