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Lámparas en el Rococó

Lamps in the Rococo

The lamp in the Rococo, France (Louis XV) The passage from the Baroque Louis XIV to the disturbing and frivolous Rococo of Louis XV had as a bridge, a very significant historical stage: that of the eight years that the Regency of the Duke of Orleans. In this...

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Las lámparas en el Barroco

 At the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the 17th, certain changes in the predominant style began to appear in Italy, the consequence of which was the appearance of new concepts and forms that were to condition the emergence of a different and peculiar style ...

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Las lámparas en el Renacimiento

Lamps in the Renaissance

Italy "To say Renaissance, that is to say Italy." These words, by Luis María Feduchi, which we can read in his "History of furniture", are a clear and eloquent synthesis of what the Renaissance, born in Tuscany in the mid-fifteenth century, meant for Italy Between ...

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¿Que es el vidrio y que es el cristal?

What is glass and what is crystal?

What is glass and what is crystal? In general, there is quite a bit of confusion about the correct use of these two terms. The answer could be approached from three different points of view because the two concepts can vary in meaning depending on the type of ...

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El bronce y sus secretos

Bronze and its secrets

Investing in bronze. Working with metals and especially with bronze is a task that requires a lot of experience, it requires a complete mastery of the trade, patience and dedication. Let us remember for a moment the majestic lamps that hang in the halls of palaces and ...

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