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Based on work by Charles-Louis Clérisseau, 1721 – 1820, Panels of Achilles, France, 1779-1782 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London
This pocket square takes its design from a decorative scheme for a grand house in Paris by Charles-Louis Clérisseau, now housed in the V&A’s Europe galleries. It was the first French Neoclassical interior to feature ‘grotesques’. It includes vases, medallions and friezes framed by a symmetrical structure. Clérisseau studied in Rome and recorded many ancient monuments. His work influenced the Neoclassical style.
A detailed pocket square that is highly versatile due to it’s base colour of a slight off white, adding hints of detail to a puff fold and utilizing the corner design well in a pointed fold.
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