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The Louis Quinze refers to the French Rococo style of Louis XV, King of France from 1723 to 1774. It was renowned for its supreme craftsmanship, incorporating imported Asian materials, and utilizing multiple disciplines such as architecture, cabinet making, painting, and sculpture. Usually in two sets for the seasons of summer and winter, the Louis Quinze was considered ornamental yet elegant.
Castle Blairquhan, located in South Ayrshire, Scotland, was outfitted with several Louis Quinze items including chairs. Alfred Pennyworth lamented its destruction during a case involving the terrorist Red Claw.