19thC. 'Papier Peint' Door with Aqueduct Scene

S/N:AE 138*

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  • €478 Euro
  • $467 US Dollar

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19thC. 'Papier Peint' Door with Aqueduct Scene

An interesting and decorative Door from a French Chateau with one side decoratively panelled and the other with an original printed and hand painted lithographic scene of a a bridge/aqueduct with lighthouse above a river weir.

'Papier Peint' was a decorative artistic form used from the 17th to 19th centuries in France, often in interiors similar to Trompe L'Oeil

Measures 83 inches high x 34 wide. In good condition with imperfections from its age- sturdy but with very small amount of wear to the paper print. The door in old olive paint on the reverse side, with door handle missing.

From France circa 1800-1850


  • H: 211cm (83in)
  • W: 86cm (34in)



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A pioneer in decorative antiques, Malcolm has been in the business since giving up law studies and given his passion for French and Mediterranean art and traditions, it seems apt that his London shop/warehouse nestles beside the Eurostar Rail Terminus at London's St Pancras Station.

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A visit to Relic Antiques 'Antique Warehouse' is guaranteed to open a door to a star quality stock. Expect the unexpected, from simple craftsman made pieces, or the flippantly amusing like period shop signs and fairground art, to the more sophisticated such as charming paintings and unusual examples of country furniture.

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