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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A Russian Cartographic Box
1800
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
A Pair of 'Night-Lamps' with a Candleholder Inside
1800-1810
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Set of four wine coolers
1826
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Dieppe Bone and Ivory Chair
circa 1870
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A Pair of Mahogany and Gilt Bronze Mounted Armchairs of Rare Gondole Form
circa 1820
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Empire Chariot Clock
circa 1810
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Side cabinet for The Royal Pavilion, Brighton
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A pair of Regency Convex mirrors attributed to Thomas Fentham
circa 1815
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A Very Fine and Unusual Mahogany and Faux Bronze Demilune Pier Table from a Parisian Hotel Particulier in the Retour d’Egypt Taste, Almost Certainly by Jean-Baptiste Demay
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A Fine Pair of Massive Sectional Glass Mirrors to a Patented Design by George Sims
circa 1878
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