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.

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Seltener Barockschreibsekretär
circa 1720-1725
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Pair of Antique Irish George II Sterling Silver Sauce Boats
1747
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Four George II Silver Candlesticks
1756
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Ince and Mayhew
The Westminster Fire Office Chairs: A Highly Important Set of Twenty-Two Carved Mahogany Dining Chairs
circa 1972-1810
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Jean-Jacques Caffieri
Buste de Jean-Baptiste Rousseau (1671 – 1741)
1783
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Hochbedeutender Schreibsekretär
circa 1735
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Schreibschrank mit Zylinderverschluss
circa 1775
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Höfischer Barocksekretär
circa 1750
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Marquise with Twisted Feet
circa 1780
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Pair of Bronze Mounted Porecelain Vases with Lids
circa 1710-1720
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Meissen around 1763-1773
1763-1773
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Jacques-Laurent Cosson
Jacques-Laurent Cosson, Commode
1770-1775
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