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18th-century antiques express exceptional know-how on the part of cabinetmakers, but also sculptors, gilders, and decorators. 18th-century antiques are characterized by the use of noble materials and prestigious ornamentation: fine woods, delicately gilded and chiseled bronze, marquetry, Oriental lacquer, fine varnish, mother of pearl, porcelain. 18th-century antiques combine with refinement its utilitarian value with its highly ornamental value and carries an exceptional heritage. They became true works of art that sublimated the interiors of the Court, the nobility, and the bourgeoisie. 

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