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I am trying to find on internet that kind of type designs, but I do not know what is the terminology of this type. It should be barocco art, old classical ornaments, luxury? How exactly it is called in design?
I'd call it myself "vintage luxury", pretty much of the ornamental style and luxury combined. I don't think that there is an unique name.
Based on the corner stylings and close similarities to the art deco style, I'd suggest art nouveau as it was a more, free flowing stye as opposed to the sharp lines of deco.
I guess it's Rococo style with some Victorian patterns.
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