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  • $3.400.00

    19th Century Biedermeier Workroom Furniture Set

    Unique, two parts workroom furniture set with signature of author includes massive bookcase and a desk. There dominates straight lines and regular forms. The drawers and and the doors have original, rhombic, brass locks.
    The beginning of Biedermeier touches the Congress of Vienna at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, and this historical reference ended with the European revolutions in 1848. Biedermeier is predominantly used to denote the artistic styles that flourished in the fields of literature, music, the visual arts and interior design. The fundamental concept of all Biedermeier furniture was flat planes of wood, ideal for the application of veneer, which, in turn, dictated the design of the object. Despite regional variations Biedermeier style is therefore staid, sober, and particular, eschewing heroics and drama.

  • $2.300.00

    19th Century Louis XVI Style Chest Of Drawers With Marble Top

    Elegant and splendid three drawers commode is covered with walnut. Legs are form S. On sides, legs and the lower part there are ormolu style herbal composition sheathings. Drawers have original, bronze handles and locks. The furniture is decorated with „parquetry” classicism frame. “Parquetry” – (fr. marqueterie- instruction) is a technique of decoration of wooden items: different slabs are glued on the surface of furniture and create a geometric ornamentation. The top of chest of drawers is covered with brownish marble.
    Louis XVI (1754 – 1793) was a king of France and Navarre ruled during 1774-1791, from 1791 to 1792 ruled only France. In 1770, when he was only 15, he got married with 14 years old Marie Antoinette – the archduke of Austria. Marie Antoinette was famous for her beauty as well as whimsicality, the good taste of luxury and brilliance. Exactly that we can see in Louis XVI epoch design of furniture.

  • $3.700.00

    20th Century Flemish Dinning Room Furniture Set

    Exclusive original design Flemish style dinning room furniture set includes adjustable size table, 4 chairs and 2 armchairs. Legs are high, form S, decorated with carved ornamentation, zoomorphic feet. In the center of the table there connects coined irony decorative transversal. The backrest of chair is rectangular form, the top is decorated with Renaissance ornamentation: cartouche style frames are beautified with relief ornamentation. Backs and seats are covered with natural, hazel leather decorated with repetitive lion and horizon of the top of palace.
    Table’s sides are decorated with lines of notches and relief herbal compositions of rosettes.
    Flemish is the population of Germany but more closed to Dutch. They used to live in Belgium (Flanders), North of France, Netherlnads. Until the middle of 17th century Flemish furniture style had not distinguished itself from Dutch. But later there appeared unique features. Furniture was more massive, had accurate forms, plenty of carves and most likely was made from oak. Flemish furniture style originated from Renaissance and had the same main principles: the harmony of composition, simplicity, symmetry and influence of antiquity’s architecture.

  • $550.00

    1950 – 1960 “Colclough” Porcelain Dish Set,

    Famous English porcelain manufacturer “Colclough” 22 peaces coffee/tea set. Classical dishes forms are decorated with English traditional red roses compositions. In places some details are accentuated with golden glaze. This decor used to be considered as “Colclough” classical and was extremely popular until 70’s.
    “Colclough” was established in 1890 by Herbert Joseph Colclough, The founder distinguished himself with honesty, simplicity, dedication to his job. He was able to observe the process of porcelain production in huge furnace for all nights, moreover, he always were the first who was evaluating new design forms and elements of decors. This is the reason why this company was famous for especially high quality and responsibility. This company was the first making Bone China for casual market in England which were obtainable for middle class. Around 1953 “Colclough” became a part of “Ridgeway” group and around 1972 – a part of “Royal Doulton”. All the production was stopped around 1996 and now is appreciated for well taste and called timeless classic.

  • $390.00

    20th Century Modern Style Desert Dish

    Modern style, oval, 5 parts, crystal dessert dish with silver covered bottom is decorated with relief geometric ornamentation. The base edges of dish is beautified with notches and openwork ornamentation. The legs are are low and round, the handles are decorated with herbal ornamentation.
    Modern (fr. moderne) is art and architecture style of the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th centuries. There are highlighted dynamics, stylized decorations, asymmetrical composition. In Germany it was called Jugendstil and in Austrian-Hungarian Empire – Secession, in France – Art Nouveau, in Great Britain – Modern.

  • $1.200.00

    19th Century Neo-Classic Mental Clock

    Original clock with mechanic mechanism stand on lions paws and is decorated with neo-classic decor elements: in the center, there is decorative arch and above it – Antiquity style grotesque decor element. The dial is made from porcelain. In the clock's upper part, there is massive balustrades shaped decorative element, at the bottom – decorative shell. Clock sides are decorated with stylized acanthus leaf compositions.
    Neo-classicism was influenced by Enlightenment ideas as opposed to the rococo. It draws inspiration from ancient art and architecture, aimed to restore the ancient Greek and Roman art characteristic of the heroic spirit and artistic expression. Neo-classical principles of beauty were taken over from classicism: simplicity, grandeur, harmony, as well as the inherent rationalism, clear proportions, shapes, harmony, symmetry rated and expediency.

  • $850.00

    20th Century Delfts Blauw Vase

    Form of urn, decorative vase is made from the highest quality fiance decorated with hand painted herbal ornamentation. In the central part, in the oval, there is the composition of flowers. Fiance is finely porous, mostly white ceramics covered with transparent colorless glaze. The name of fiance originated from Italy city Faenza where in 17th century was perfected fiance technique. However, fiance ware was already diffused in Ancient Egypt and, later, in China in 4th century, is Korea and Persia in 11th century. And only since 16th century fiance spread in Europe: in France and Netherlands, later in Russia.
    Delfts blauw is the distinctive mark describing clue fiance ware which are made in Delfts city, in South of Netherlands in 16th century. Fiance ware's prosperity in Netherlands were since 1640 until 1740.

  • $670.00

    “Royal Boch” Fiance Vase

    Urn form vase is decorated with blue glaze hand painted Dutch landscapes. The lid is beautified with figure if dog. “Boch Delfts” ceramics company’s history reaches 1748 when François BOCH decided to abandon his occupation of iron caster to make ceramics in Audun-le-Tiche (Lorraine), assisted by his son in law Pierre Valette and by his three sons. They decide to produce simple pieces, cheap and for the largest possible public, made from loam from Luxemburg. François Boch deceased in 1854 and the faience factory was taken over by his three youngest sons, Jean-François and Dominique, twins of 19, and Pierre-Joseph, the youngest of 17. That was the beginning of international faience empire. For more info: http://www.royalboch.com/history/

  • $450.00

    20th Century Modern Style Lamp

    Original design, three-branch lamp has oval feet decorated with small loin's paws in the bottom. The branches are form C beautified with flower blossom plates. In the central prat, there is a long handle.
    In the end of 19th century in different Europe countries people were trying to run away from mixture of many styles (eclecticism) which was dominating in architecture and fine art for half of the century. That was how people came up with modern which highlights the finesse of line. In different countries it got different name: 'Art Nouveau' is a French name, in Russia and Great Britain it was called 'Modern', in Germany – 'Jugendstil', in Austrian-Hungarian Empire – 'Secession.

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