European and British Decorative Art: 19th Century

During the 19th century, Decorative Art in Europe and Britain was influenced by the opulent and curvilinear designs of the Belle Époque, the ornateness and excess of the Victorian era, and the craftsmanship and romanticism of the Arts and Crafts movement.

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Elkington & Co.
Antique English Triple Wine Trolley
circa 1880
Price on Request
Rare Pair of Silver Wine Coasters
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Pair of Regency Candelabra with Ormolu Gryphons
circa 1815
Price on Request
Antique English Sterling Silver Epergne
Price on Request
French Mahogany Document Chest of Drawers
circa 1880
4,950 US$
French Enameled Red Martelé Glass Iris Vase
circa 1880
900 US$
Giltwood Mirror
circa 1840-1860
4,500 US$
Eugene Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc
An Important Aubusson Carpet to a Design by Eugene Viollet-le-Duc for the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris
circa 1850-1875
Price on Request
A Massive Architectural Model of the Temple of King Solomon in Jerusalem to a Design by Thomas Newberry, Built by Messrs. Bartlett of King Street, London
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The Buckingham Palace Garden Pavilion Center Table: An Imposing Giltwood Monopodiae Center Table attributed to George Morant and Sons
circa 1840
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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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Georges-Alphonse Jacob
Writing Table by Georges-Alphonse Jacob-Desmalter
circa 1830
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