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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?

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    There is no exact name. One could argue that the two pieces you show are of different styles – Zach Saucier Jan 4 '16 at 14:26
  • I agree with Zach here--the first piece is really classic and somewhat rococo, the second is very art déco. – Vincent Jan 5 '16 at 10:18
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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.

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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.

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  • In that case, based on the corner stylings and close similarities to the art deco style, this is my reason for suggesting art nouveau as it was a more, free flowing stye as opposed to the sharp lines of deco. – Bagseye Jan 4 '16 at 11:14
  • Thanks! I went ahead and edited that info into your answer. Feel free to re-edit when I mangled things too much beyond recognition! – Vincent Jan 4 '16 at 11:16
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I guess it's Rococo style with some Victorian patterns.

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