MELBOURNE ART FAIR

MELBOURNE ART FAIR

MELBOURNE ART FAIR

ANTON VENOIR INTERIORS:  Melbourne Art Fair.

Apartment 26 is opulent Parisian salon in the heart of Melbourne's design and fashion precinct. There is nothing that will prepare you for the experience behind the standard-issued industrial door, marked "26". Behind it lies the world of Anton Venoir Interiors. Often labelled "Petit Palais", a private salon, where guests are invited to enjoy the elegance and luxury of the latest acquisitions.
often deemed as a private museum, the decorative arts, furnishings and fabrics pay homage to the French period, all which are regarded as the apogee of elegance and design, which is the way Anton Venoir Interiors have operated for years. Anton Venoir Interiors sell 18th-century French decorative arts, Louis XIV, XV and XVI (1643-1792) meaning both the period and very often, signed and stamped pieces, from ebenistes and clockmakers, who often made pieces for monarchs and the royal court.

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ANTON VENOIR INTERIORS:  Melbourne Art Fair.

Apartment 26 is opulent Parisian salon in the heart of Melbourne's design and fashion precinct. There is nothing that will prepare you for the experience behind the standard-issued industrial door, marked "26". Behind it lies the world of Anton Venoir Interiors. Often labelled "Petit Palais", a private salon, where guests are invited to enjoy the elegance and luxury of the latest acquisitions. 
Often deemed as a private museum, the decorative arts, furnishings and fabrics pay homage to the French period, all which are regarded as the apogee of elegance and design, which is the way Anton Venoir Interiors have operated for years. Anton Venoir Interiors sell 18th-century French decorative arts, Louis XIV, XV and XVI (1643-1792) meaning both the period and very often, signed and stamped pieces, from ebenistes and clockmakers, who often made pieces for monarchs and the royal court.

The effect of perfect pieces, all which have been lost in time, arranged by Tony Venios is breath taking. An early Louis XV period commode by Francoise Faizelot, Jean-Louis Delorme Faizelot from a French Chateau in the Loire Valley (Francoise Faizelot Delorme (1691-1768 before Maitre 1735) (Jean Louis Delorme Faizelot maitre 1763)

As important, an 18th century Regence period, ormolu-mounted Boulle marquetry bracket clock, signed 'Jean GODDE Laisne. Circa 1715 (Jean GODDE Laisne 1690-1729 was received as maitre hotologer in 1691 and was clock maker to Louis XIV.)

French decorative art reached peak of excellence during France's ancient regime in the 17th and 18th centuries. For the first and probably the last time, a beautiful Louis XV bureau plat, a great painting, a magnificent Louis XIV Aubusson tapestry and Louis XVI canape stood side by side as equals in artistry. Anton Venoir Interiors collect and sell the most elegant pieces, of the highest quality and nothing else. "We are only Interested in perfection," says Tony and Anna Venios, Who advise decorative art collectors. "It is much more important to buy one significantly important piece, than several les significant pieces. This has-been our model for over 20 years."

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MELBOURNE ART FAIR

MELBOURNE ART FAIR

ANTON VENOIR INTERIORS:  Melbourne Art Fair.

Apartment 26 is opulent Parisian salon in the heart of Melbourne's design and fashion precinct. There is nothing that will prepare you for the experience behind the standard-issued industrial door, marked "26". Behind it lies the world of Anton Venoir Interiors. Often labelled "Petit Palais", a private salon, where guests are invited to enjoy the elegance and luxury of the latest acquisitions.
often deemed as a private museum, the decorative arts, furnishings and fabrics pay homage to the French period, all which are regarded as the apogee of elegance and design, which is the way Anton Venoir Interiors have operated for years. Anton Venoir Interiors sell 18th-century French decorative arts, Louis XIV, XV and XVI (1643-1792) meaning both the period and very often, signed and stamped pieces, from ebenistes and clockmakers, who often made pieces for monarchs and the royal court.

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