The origins of treillage can be traced back to the 12th century, when countryside gardeners took to creating rudimentary structures, called treille, to support their climbing vines. It wasn't until the 17th century, under the reign of Louis XIV, that the art of treillage would rise to unseen heights. Today, the legacy of treillage continues throughout the world as modern designers and architects have embraced it as their early counterparts once did; using it on everything from building facades to elegant interiors. This four piece set includes two Renard pieces, a middle Pissaro piece and the Mallarme cap. Measurements are included in the inset photo. Available in White or Dark Green. Custom colors can be accommodated upon request for an additional charge. These items are custom made to order and may not be returned. The production time for this item is approximately 6-8 weeks. Click on image for greater detail. This item is large and ships via motor freight.