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Table by James Stuart, c. 1760, mahogany inlay
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
Baroque - NeoClassical Furniture.
Antique Italian Neoclassical Painted Vitrine | Antique Furniture | Inessa Stewart's Antiques #antique #furniture
A gorgeous Shearton style demi-lune hall table. He was the last of the "Big 3" 18th Century furniture makers along with Thomas Chippendale, George Hepplewhite.
Neoclassic side table, Robert Adam style, with an attractive central design element.
I like this type of table because the legs aren't in the way much when you sit down. There's nothing worse than having dinner with a piece of wood between your legs.. Did not mean to make that sound dirty in any way.
side table, George Hepplewhite style
Neoclassical Gueridon Baltic Region Circa 1800-1810
The age of Revivals: Neoclassical Furniture. Chair back designs by Thomas Sheraton, 1791-94.
history of the neoclassical chair - Google Search
Card table, 1817 Charles-Honoré Lannuier (French, 1779–1819) New York City Mahogany veneer, gilded gesso, vert antique, gilded brass with white pine, yellow poplar
Swedish Grace Period Flame Mahogany and Marquetry Cabinet image 3