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Oriental Drawing Room

Its name comes from the presence of the peculiar Japanese piece of furniture that belonged to the Kees family and was used as a vase display (W.E.J. Kees was a great collector of Chinese and Japanese porcelain vases). It was probably used as a smoking room or fumoir: old inventories record the presence of a sofa, two armchairs and four chairs in 18th century style, while nowadays particularly interesting are the chairs in Art Nouveau style.

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