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Kalaga: Embroidered Burmese tapestries. Kalagas were originally developed in Burma (now Myanmar) at the Mandalay court (1850-1885) to serve as wall hangings, curtains, room partitions, coffin covers, and theatre backdrops. These traditional Burmese tapestries depicted scenes from various legends as well as events of religious importance.
kidney shaped: Oval shaped with concave front applied to the form of French furniture in the 18th century.
klismos chair: Ancient chair form that was extensively used by the Greeks. The chair has four sabre legs which are splayed outward in front and back, and a comfortable, S-shaped back that defines its shape. The design relies on counterbalanced curves and evenly distributes weight, resulting in a chair that’s both balanced and graceful.
kneehole desk: Desk with a solid lower portion but with an opening for the knees of a person seated.
Louis XVI Style
Kidney Shaped Salon Table