The BL-816-s are baroque-style carved wooden legs for furniture, with their acanthus leaf carving. If you plan to restore antique furniture, look no further. But they can also work on new pieces, lending them their elegant stlye. Their exotic wood material makes them great as wooden cabinet legs or wooden legs for sofas, armchair or beds.
Barocco, the word baroque originates from, means unusual, irregular. The baroque style reigned in Europe from the beginning of the 17th century. Its creations are characterized by large sizes, imagination and varied richness of forms, restless rhythm and movement of lines.
The acanthus leaf is a plant with spiky, lobed leaves. As a form of representation, it had its heyday in the Baroque era. As it did earlier in antiquity and also in the Renaissance. In antiquity, we first encounter it on the capital of a Corinthian column. With a sharp, strongly articulated, slightly rigid shape. The stylization of the Roman acanthus is fatter and more curved than the Greek one. It is also often found in Renaissance art and arabesques. Nowadays, acanthus flowers are used to decorate artistic rock groups.
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