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The French radicals made their king wear the red revolutionary bonnet

Fine French Art Deco Giltwood Bergere, circa 1920 | From a unique collection of antique and modern bergere chairs at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/seating/bergere-chairs/

Fine French Art Deco Giltwood Bergere, circa 1920

Erte: His real name is Roman de Tertoff, Russian-born French designer and artist who was a leading exponent of Art Deco in the 1920s and 30s.

Erte Illustration - Woman holding a fan, in gold and blue - by Erté aka Romain de Tirtoff

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language of popular optimism, reinvented itself with an elitist accent during the height of Art Deco luxury, and now draws runway whispers in a leaner and more modern rendition pushing the limits of the silhouette.

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language…

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language of popular optimism, reinvented itself with an elitist accent during the height of Art Deco luxury, and now draws runway whispers in a leaner and more modern rendition pushing the limits of the silhouette.

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language…

Liberation of Prisoners of War Medal, 1944. Pierre Turin, Sc. (1891-1968). Struck by the Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint). Edge incused BRONZE with Cornucopia mint hallmark.Obverse: with high-relief Art Deco stylized female head facing left; wearing a Phrygian bonnet/cap, a symbol of the French Revolution, her right hand clutching broken shackles. | eBay!

1944 Liberation of Prisoners of War WWII French Art Deco Medal, by Pierre Turin

1944 Liberation of Prisoners of War WWII French Art Deco Medal, by Pierre Turin

Scene From les Liaisons Dangereuses Painting by George Barbier

Scene From 'les Liaisons Dangereuses'

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language of popular optimism, reinvented itself with an elitist accent during the height of Art Deco luxury, and now draws runway whispers in a leaner and more modern rendition pushing the limits of the silhouette.

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language…

Liberation of Prisoners of War Medal, 1944. Pierre Turin, Sc. (1891-1968). Struck by the Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint). Edge incused BRONZE with Cornucopia mint hallmark.Obverse: with high-relief Art Deco stylized female head facing left; wearing a Phrygian bonnet/cap, a symbol of the French Revolution, her right hand clutching broken shackles. | eBay!

1944 Liberation of Prisoners of War WWII French Art Deco Medal, by Pierre Turin

1944 Liberation of Prisoners of War WWII French Art Deco Medal, by Pierre Turin

The Sancy - 55 Carats, it was cut in a pear shape and was first owned by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, who lost it in battle in 1477. The stone is in fact named after a later owner, Seigneur de Sancy, a French Ambassador to Turkey in the late 16th century.

55 Carats, it was cut in a pear shape and was first owned by Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, who lost it in battle in . It disappeared during the French revolution.

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language…

After the French Revolution, the curved back directoire chair spoke the language…

I wonder if anyone else sees the irony of the placement of that spout. A French red painted parcel gilt hot water urn.

I wonder if anyone else sees the irony of the placement of that spout. A French red painted parcel gilt hot water urn.

Fisher Boys, mid 19th C by Penry Williams 1798–1885 Nationality: British......Italy, I think....those look like Phrygian caps ....... French Revolution.....

Fisher Boys, mid C by Penry Williams Nationality: British.those look like Phrygian caps .