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In Piedmont the Savoy passion for chinoiserie in the 18th century (but earlier, too) comes largely through imitation of fashion in French and other European courts. Chinese-style wallpapers, fabrics and furnishing are plentiful in Savoy palaces and residences including the Royal Palace in Turin (figure 1), the Stupinigi Palazzina and Villa Regina (part of the Venaria Reale estate).
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