Louis Quinze, noting or pertaining to the Rococo style of architecture, furnishings and decoration prevailing in France in the early and mid-18th century, characterized by fantasy, lightness, elegance and comfort. Louis reigned from 1715 to 1774.
Rococo style during the reign of Louis XV in France (1723 to 1774). Louis XV was exemplified by a simpler, more feminine and diminutive scale, with freeform ornamentation, rounded edges, and flowing curved lines. Veneers sometimes included oriental lacquer and porcelain plaques.