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This artful collection of 18th Century adaptations emulates the historic correctness, ageless beauty and longevity of this enduring style.

Each piece infused with personality and character is fully functional to accommodate today’s designer needs, and it totally surpass the expectations of any request of traditional design furniture made by our assayers.

The authors: Akiko Fukai (Chief Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Tamami Suoh (Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute), Miki Iwagami (Lecturer of fashion history at Sugino Fashion College (Tokyo)), Reiko Koga (Professor of fashion history at Bunka Women’s University), and Rie Nii (Associate Curator of The Kyoto Costume Institute).

A flintlock target carbine by Sutor, dating: 18th Century, provenance: Bavaria, dating: 18th Century, provenance: Bavaria, Octagonal, rifled barrel with foresight and sight notch, signed 'IOH NEP SUTOR IN MÃœNCHEN' in silver, featuring a silver stamp depicting a deer, floral inlays at the base; flintlock with slightly roundish plate; wooden full stock chiselled with floral motifs at the neck, the cheek-piece, near the tang of the barrel, and outlines around the metallic components.

Theodoric II was murdered and succeeded by his younger brother Euric as king of the Visigoths, declaring total independence from Roman influence and extending during his reign the Visigothic kingdom to most of the Iberian Peninsula.

Battle of Soissons (486): A Frankish army under Clovis I defeated Syagrius and conquered the Domain of Soissons.

The result of a savvy blend between innovation in traditional furniture design and the decorative arts of a distinctive English style.

Pieces of furniture for kitchens, hotels and offices recognizable by symmetrical lines, geometric shapes and attractive proportions.

A collection able to instill a touch of Rococo style and vaguely neo-classical in order to create a unique look in a room.The KCI believes that "clothing is an essential manifestation of our very being" and their passion and dedication positively radiate from every page of this book.