From the Neolithic period, with stone and wood furniture, antique furniture were already very varied.
The Egyptians mastered the art of “turn” and “bending” to make furniture such as chairs and stools.
The Greeks made by assembling “mortise and tenon”, pegs, nails or metal glue, decorated in ivory, tortoise shell, glass, gold or other precious materials.
The Romanesque period saw the development of liturgical furniture.
During the Gothic period, the peasant furniture is simple. Nomadic lords, because traveling from residence to residence and to cope with the many feudal wars, using transportable furniture whose basic element is the trunk.
We have, with our travels, a multitude of rare and unusual furniture. You will have to wait for the Spring 2014 and appreciate it and …why not buy!