Baroque and early Georgian style (1643-1730 years)

The Baroque era has made great changes in the window decoration. More complex and theatrical are the most common epithets when describing all types of window decoration. Cornices were cut from wood and, as a rule, gave them a very sophisticated form. Lambrequins, in contrast to the eaves, were usually made of dense rigid fabric, carved in shape and often decorated with decorative elements at the edges. Flat cords and braid, tassel fringe and soutache made of thin silk threads decorated the edges of velvet, brocade and silk panels. The bed shelves in the Baroque era also became more sophisticated and reached a new level of luxury and detail.

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