Versailles parquet floor

All our Versailles parquet floors of  are republications according the real tradition for the assemblies, with
true pins, mortises, pegs and especially without glue...

The parquet floor of Versailles was called in 17th and 18th centuries: French-style parquet, it is a parquet floor of assembly that some people called " parquet with compartments". It is made, generally, in solid oak, its drawing is composed of small dimpled square panels in cross-pieces, it comprises a framing, the unit is built with tenons and mortises with more than 40 pegs. It settles generally in diagonal compared to the walls and it contributes, since centuries, with the decoration of the refined apartments.

history of floors and parquets  
Christian Pingeon and the Tradition  
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