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'Chippendale' was one of the most popular designers of the Georgian time period. This image identifies his vision across many aspects of his furnishing designs.

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A Swansea blue-ground plate from the Lysaght service CIRCA 1820 Attributed to Henry Morris, painted with a generous basket of flowers on a marble plinth above a band of flowers, the border gilt with a band of scrolls reserved with diaper, speckle and cross-pattern sections (minor scratches and light rubbing to gilding) 9 3/8 in. (23.8 cm.) diam.

Kedleston Hall, England.

Regency-style window dressing

Ionic Temple, Rievaulx Terrace The Ionic Temple was built in the mid 1700s as a banqueting house by the owner of Duncombe Park, a few miles away. It is based on the Temple of Fortuna Virilis in Rome. Inside the Ionic Temple

18th Century Trade Card for Masefields - original mock India paper hanging and papier mache manufactory.

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Porcelain teapot by Théière Asselin for Sèvres Manufactory, France 1813 (in the the Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA)

*1805-1806 British Twelve-light candelabrum at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "This massive candelabra is based on a Roman triumphal column in Alexandria known as the column of Pompey. It bears the arms of Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, who became the colonel of the 15th Light Dragoons in 1802, which probably commissioned this candelabra as a gift."

Sideboard, ca. 1795–1805. American. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Joseph Pulitzer Bequest and Mitchel Taradash Gift, 1945 (45.77)

French Sevres "Fuseau" Vase of Madame Mère 1811 Hard-paste porcelain, Musée du Louvre, Paris

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escalier de Denis Seevers . Londres

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A fine pair of George II burr and figured walnut needlework-upholstered side chairs<br>circa 1730 | Lot | Sotheby's

A Georgian Antique Armchair Ca1825 England. 37.01"H x 27.95"W x 33.07"D.