European and British Decorative Art: 18th Century

The 18th century was largely dominated by the Rococo and Neoclassical movements. Rococo artists created light, delicate works, often incorporating curved lines and intricately carved shapes. Unlike Rococo design, Neoclassical were characterized by horizontal lines and ideal proportions.

Browse all 18th-century European and British Decorative Art available in the Gallery Network.
For better results, narrow your search criteria:
sort by: 
page:   of 3 (go to)
Johann Georg Neßtfell
Magnificent exotic casket owned by Catharina Elisabetha, Countess Schönborn (Wiesentheid Castle in Franconia)
circa 1725
Price on Request
Johann Salomon Meyer
Two panels with cameos of the Twelve Caesars
1745
Price on Request
P. Garnier
A Pair of Mahogany Armchairs
1778-1780
Price on Request
John Cafe
A Suite of George II candlesticks and candelabra
1755-1756
Price on Request
John Cafe
A Suite of George II candlesticks and candelabra
1755-1756
Price on Request
Jean Francois Oeben
Table mécanique
circa 1755
Price on Request
The Salm Sotiau Clock
circa 1787
Price on Request
Louis XV astronomical mantle clock
circa 1760
Price on Request
Lorenzo Bononcelli
Royal Torinese Panel
1709
Price on Request
Mirror
circa 1725
Price on Request
Roger Vandercruse 'La Croix'
Secrétaire á abattant
circa 1770
Price on Request
René Dubois
Bureau Plat
1700-1799
Price on Request
page:   of 3 (go to)