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By studying objects from the former collection of the French collector Gaston de Saint-Maurice (1831-1905) now in the Louvre and the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris, this article elucidates different aspects of the taste for reuse of architectural elements and decorative artefacts in the 19th century. Known for his collection of Islamic art (acquired by the South Kensington Museum in 1883), Saint-Maurice also collected European decorative arts showing his taste for historical decors. Thisdoi:10.11588/riha.2017.0.70244 fatcat:vsnvz7fwknf5plvfukmepjdl5e