Mahogany with inlay Wash Table by James Stuart, c.1760, one of the earliest examples of neoclassical furniture in England. The legs end in capitals modelled on those placed above the caryatids (sculpted female figures) on the Erechtheum, a temple in Athens. Sometimes called "Greek", "Grecian", and "Etruscan" the Neoclassical style came about due to a renewed interest in the heritage of the ancient classical civilisations of Greece and Rome
Pair of Italian Neoclassical Style Inlaid Demilune Tables or Consoles | From a unique collection of antique and modern side tables at www.1stdibs.com/...
Top-tier Neoclassical, This pair of classical stenciled dolphin-base card tables, is attributed to New York furniture makers Deming & Bulkley and is estimated to sell for $80,000-$120,000.