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“Who’s the fairest of them all?”

JACQUELINE © Judson Rothschild 2006 – This superb trumeau of Venetian Rococo design illustrates quite beautifully The Rothschild Collection’s motto of – Bringing Art Back to Furniture ®  100% manufactured in USA, Jacqueline is available in French Blue, Mahogany, and Walnut.  In order to showcase her beauty, you must have a ceiling height of at least nine feet!  99″H x 54 7/8″W x 23″D


Contrary to popular belief, “The cabriole leg (is one of usually four vertical supports of a piece of furniture shaped in two curves) did not originate in France.  The earliest forms of the cabriole leg were known to the ancient Chinese and Greek civilizations.  In the case of the ancient Chinese, this leg was most closely associated with the lacquered table.  While the Chinese culture preserved historical continuity of use, Europeans lost this style prior to the Middle Ages.  Finally in France, in the very early 18th century the cabriole leg style re-appeared, imitating a popular graphic scroll design found in French art about the year 1700; in France this design was part of the Rococo style.” Wikipedia