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1. Paris Versailles

1. Versailles Flooring Tiles - France, Paris

1000x1000x23 mm

1.Versailles floor tiles walnut

2. Versailles Flooring - West Berkshire UK

900x900x23 mm

1.Versailles oak parquet flooring Reading

3. French Parquet de Versailles - Reading UK

900x900x23 mm

1.Versailles flooring Grey Mallorca

4. Traditional Versailles Flooring - Palma de Mallorca

1000x1000x17 mm

1.Oak Versailles panels Hamburg

5. French Versailles Flooring - Hamburg DE

1000x1000x21 mm

Soubise parquet flooring

6. Versailles Oak Floor - Schloss, Baden Wurttenberg

1000x1000x21 mm 

Eiche parkettmuster Munchen

7. Versailles Oak Parquet Tiles - Germany, Munchen

1000x1000x21 mm

1.Versailles Walnut Floor

8. Traditional French Versailles Floor - Romania

1000x1000x21 mm

1.Traditional french oak parquet

9. Traditional French Versailles Floor - Romania

800x800x21 mm

1.Versailles 800x800mm natur lacquered Paris

10. Versailles Parquets - France, Paris

800x800x16 mm

1. Chelsea London Versailles Flooring

11. Versailles Flooring - Chelsea,London

900x900x23 mm

1.Verni Versailles Parquet Paris

12. Versailles Parquet Verni - Paris

1000x1000x21 mm

1.Luxury Versailles floor lacquered natural

13. Luxury Versailles Flooring - UK, London

1000x1000x21 mm

1.Massive oak versailles panel

14. Massive Versailles Oak Flooring - Romania

1000x1000x21 mm

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15. Versailles From Oak - Antique Oiled - France, Paris

1000x1000x21 mm

parquet versailles mallorca (1)

16. Versailles Oak Flooring - Spain, Mallorca

800x800x17 mm

Versailles Flooring New Oak Berna

17. Versailles Flooring New Oak - Varnish

1000x1000x23 mm

Versailles Flooring Old Oak Praga

18. Versailles Flooring New Oak - HardWax Oil


Versailles Walnut Panel

19. Versailles Flooring Walnut - Germany


Versailles Old Oak Antique Finish Oil

20. Versailles Old Oak Antique Finish


Distressed versailles panels old wood

21. Distressed versailles panels old wood


History: "(French parqueterie, from parquet.) The large diagonal squares known as parquet de Versailles were introduced there in 1684, as parquet de menuiserie ("woodwork parquet"), to replace the marble flooring that Walnut Versailles Panelrequired constant washing, which tended to rot the joists beneath the floors. Such parquets en lozange were noted by the Swedish architect Daniel Cronström at Versailles and at the Grand Trianon in 1693".

Floors were highly valued and earned attention at all times. In Europe by the 17th century, masters had achieved perfection producing parquet. Art parquet developed in Europe very fast with the most popular parquet installation technique – "herringbone".

In the 17th century, the most common and famous installations of parquet flooring were "oak brick" and "oak border". Palace and mosaic parquet was Versailles Old Oak Panelspread in 1750 and produced from rare kinds of wood.

Parquet was produced by means of separate panels. Such parquet was called panel parquet. When gluing plank parquet to the panels, two methods were used: marquetry and inlay.

Natural wood color was the most valuable for parquet. The right wood sawn, grading and installation to the neighbor planks under a certain angle made a significant contribution to art parquet. The specific feature of art parquet was the wood changing against the light.

In 17 – 19th centuries, parquet was processed manually only. Factory parquet became widely spread by the 80-ies and eventually art parquet became very rare. Simplicity and grandness are reflected Hand made Versailles Panel with irregularityin many Palaces combining the principle of symmetry with laconic and solemn decoration of the palace interior, making it the marvelous example of the European art parquet. One of the most splendid halls of the palace is the Egyptian Pavilion with its amusing floor. Its central part with enormous medallions is monumental, and the area bordering the center looks very festive. Revival of art parquet began with restoration works. Thanks to a few restoration masters, European art parquet survived till the present days, remaining great art and accurate jewellery work of the true masters. The wood for parquet must be dry. The trees, which were used for parquet manufacturing, were mostly hardwood. The local species like pine, birch,ash and oak are very solid, and not easily worn. To make the wood look voluminous, the wood was fumigated. Another method of wood processing was engraving. The skill to use the grain direction is one of the most important conditions in the production of parquet.