Eclectic style: the neo-renaissance. This epoch was maybe the most eclectic time of 19th century, characterized by revival of ancient forms, in typical Renaissance taste, matched with big carvings, squares and moldings, gold frames and grooving, Romanesque ornamental pattern but also with leaves and cartouche.
    The walnut wood and other softer species of three, which usually were darken, were very often utilized for the manufacturing of the furniture.