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 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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An Unusual Ebonised and Cherry Wood Extending Table Attributed to Johann Georg Hiltl
circa 1820
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An Exquisite Louis Philippe Period Polychrome Decorated Two Door Cabinet by "Chifflot"
1846-1847
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Russian Biedermeier chairs (pair)
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Biedermeier knee-hole desk
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Biedermeier cabinet chest
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Biedermeier cabinet chest
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Set of two Biedermeier chairs
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Georges-Alphonse Jacob
Writing Table by Georges-Alphonse Jacob-Desmalter
circa 1830
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An Exremely Fine Overscaled Bust of Antinous
circa 1820
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French Mahogany Document Chest of Drawers
circa 1880
4,950 US$
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