European and British Decorative Art: 19th Century

This era in Decorative Art included the opulence of the Belle Époque, the extravagant furniture and decorations of the revival styles, the ornateness of the Victorian era, and finally the simplicity and purity of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

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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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Set of Twelve Zuber & Cie Wallpaper Panels
circa 1833
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A Pair of Staffordshire Irish Setter and Bird Spill Vases
circa 1860
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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
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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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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
1883
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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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Henri Jacob
An Imposing Set of Four Giltwood and Gilt-brass Mounted Armchairs Signed H. Jacob in the English Taste
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