period furniture

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period furniture

n (genuine) → mobili mpl d'epoca; (copy) → mobili in stile
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In the fictionalized scenes, we're led to believe that Mizer was a mild-mannered oddball who lived with his loving mother (played by Carroll Godsman) in a John Waters-like house full of period furniture and bright colors.
Visitors will also be able to attend free seminars and see a special exhibition of period furniture on loan from a Birmingham stately home.
With exhibits on sale from less thanpounds 25tomore thanpounds 25,000, the fair offers a wonderful opportunity to buy anything from fine period furniture and original works of art to early clocks, barometers, period lighting, needleworks, Art Nouveau and Art Deco ceramics and bronzes, 18th and 19th century pottery and porcelain, Chinese and Oriental works of art and collectables, antiquarian maps and prints and a wide range of 19th and 20th century jewellery.
Visitors can also expect a varied collection of Chinese pottery, eighteenth century porcelain, and a wide range of period furniture.
Its simplicity and clean lines means it can sit beside the most ornate period furniture and complement rather than detract from it.
For those who are wondering what the mansion is like, it's a stone castle with a lot of heavy, dark Georgian period furniture with a lion motif.
Elsewhere the two great halls house a huge range of quality antiques and period furniture including reproduction, hardwood furniture, original art, door furniture and metalware.
The National Fine Art and Antiques Fair is Britain's premier winter antiques event with leading dealers from across the UK selling exhibits spanning 2000 years, including period furniture, paintings, decorative prints, ceramics, clocks, barometers, mirrors, glass, bronzes, silver and jewellery.
Ultimately, the home could be filled with period furniture and decorating touches - or not.
Also on sale will be some period furniture, including a massive mahogany and walnut breakfront secretaire bookcase.
Other furniture regulars will include Mike Melody from Cheshire, renowned for the unusual and vernacular, and Sue Killinger from Great Missenden with her truly eclectic mix of period furniture and textiles.
A traditional English period furniture firm in Worcestershire that was forced into receivership after more than 100 years of operation is to hold a closing down sale tomorrow and Saturday.