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Reprinted from THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM, January, 1925

A LIBRARY BY CARLHIAN OF PARIS

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HOW THE CHARMING XVIII CENTURY FRENCH ATMOSPHERE CAN BE INTRODUCED INTO A MODERN HOME

is to be seen in this library executed by us with beautiful paneling of the Louis XV Period removed from the Quartier St. Germain, Paris. The exquisite detail of the carving is particularly worthy of note. The warm tones of the old oak panelled walls are enhanced by the antique parquet floor

Paris 
6 bis, Avenue Kléber 

CARLHIAN OF PARIS, INC.
INTERIOR DECORATORS

New York 
598 Madison Avenue
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