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18th Century Statuary Marble Rococo Mantle from George II Period, circa 1750’s
Located in Tyrone, Northern Ireland
A large antique English Rococo Statuary marble chimneypiece from the George II period. The
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Antique 18th Century English Rococo Fireplaces and Mantels

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Statuary Marble

French Rococo Rustic Chandelier
Located in Westwood, NJ
French Rococo rustic eight-light chandelier, the striking contrast of glass daisies with the gilt
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21st Century and Contemporary English Rococo Chandeliers and Pendants

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Steel

French Rococo Rustic Chandelier
French Rococo Rustic Chandelier
H 33 in W 29 in D 29 in
French Rococo Gilt Chandelier
Located in Westwood, NJ
French Rococo gilded eight-light chandelier, the striking contrast of glass daisies with the gilt
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21st Century and Contemporary English Rococo Chandeliers and Pendants

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Steel

French Rococo Gilt Chandelier
French Rococo Gilt Chandelier
H 33 in W 29 in D 29 in
19C English Rococo Revival Ecclesiastical Oak Hall Chair
Located in Dallas, TX
PRESENTING a FABULOUS 19C English Rococo Revival Ecclesiastical Oak Hall Chair. Made in England
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Antique 19th Century English Rococo Revival Chairs

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Oak

Rococo Inspired Hand Painted Platter
By Josephine Dessine
Located in London, GB
painted in London, this richly decorative piece is inspired by Rococo dreamscapes. With elements taken
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2010s English Rococo Delft and Faience

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Ceramic

Antique English Rococo Style Fire Basket
Located in London, GB
A large English late 19th century Rococo style fire basket in brass and cast iron. Dated on back
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Antique Late 19th Century English Rococo Fireplaces and Mantels

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Brass, Iron

Antique English Rococo Style Fire Basket
Antique English Rococo Style Fire Basket
H 29.14 in W 22.45 in D 13.78 in
Giltwood Rococo Five Light Chandelier
Located in Westwood, NJ
Based on a 17th-century antique, this chandelier is petite in scale and hand-finished in gilt. The hand-carved detailing, from the pineapple finial at the top to the flower at the ba...
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21st Century and Contemporary English Rococo Chandeliers and Pendants

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Metal

Rococo Inspired Hand painted Shallow Bowl
By Josephine Dessine
Located in London, GB
Painstakingly hand painted in London, this richly decorative piece is inspired by Rococo
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Antique Early 18th Century English Rococo Decorative Bowls

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Ceramic

Rococo Inspired Hand painted Shallow Bowl
Rococo Inspired Hand painted Shallow Bowl
H 3.55 in W 13.39 in D 2.76 in
Large Bronze Chandelier in the Rococo Manner
Located in London, GB
A large ornate bronze chandelier in the Rococo manner with a highly ornate bulbous stem terminating
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Mid-20th Century English Rococo Chandeliers and Pendants

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Bronze

Large Bronze Chandelier in the Rococo Manner
Large Bronze Chandelier in the Rococo Manner
H 31.5 in W 29.14 in D 29.14 in
Chelsea Porcelain Frill Vase with Birds, Rococo ca 1760
By Chelsea Porcelain
Located in London, GB
the Rococo style and it speaks for itself why this style of vase is called a "frill" vase. This vase
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Dr Wall First Period Worcester Sugar Box England Circa 1775
By 1st Period Worcester Dr. Wall
Located in Katonah, NY
. Made in England circa 1775, this sugar box is a gem! Dimensions: 5" tall x 4.5" diameter Condition
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Antique Late 18th Century English Rococo Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Pair of George II Style English Giltwood ‘Rococo’ Wall Mirrors
By Thomas Johnson, London 1
Located in Brighton, West Sussex
Rococo style in England and many designers and furniture makers turned once again to Chippendale’s
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Antique 19th Century English Rococo Wall Mirrors

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Gesso, Giltwood

10 late 18th Century Rococo chairs made in Stockholm
Located in Stockholm, SE
A set of 10 similar Rococo chairs made in Stockholm, about 1770. The chairs are made in alder
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Antique 1770s Swedish Rococo Chairs

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Birch

20th Century Georgian Style Cast Iron Rococo Fire Basket Grate
Located in Edinburgh, GB
A period 20th century cast iron fire grate in the ornate 18th century English Georgian Rococo style
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Vintage 1920s English Rococo Fireplaces and Mantels

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Iron

19th C Pair of Carved Marble Organic Decorative Rococo Architectural Elements
Located in Lowestoft, GB
the rococo revival style, previously part of larger interior architectural feature The sections are
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Antique Early 19th Century English Rococo Architectural Elements

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Marble

Samuel Alcock Teapot Stand / Plate, Blue Faux Wood, Rococo Revival, ca 1828
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
pattern. The plate is potted in the Writhen shape with two handles in the Rococo Revival style. The plate
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Antique 1820s English Rococo Revival Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

George II Rococo Chimneypiece in White Statuary and Verde Antico Marble
Located in London, GB
A large, rare and imposing late George II English Rococo chimneypiece with strong Palladian
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Rococo Fireplaces and Mantels

Materials

Marble

20th Century Edwardian Rococo Style English Sterling Silver Cream Jug / Creamer
By Carrington & Co
Located in Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne
An exceptional, fine and impressive antique Edwardian English sterling silver creamer in the Rococo
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Antique Early 1900s English Rococo Tableware

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Silver, Sterling Silver

Derby Porcelain Figure of Female Ranelagh Dancer, Rococo 1759-1769
By Derby
Located in London, GB
1759 and 1769, which was the Rococo era. The figure would originally have had a male companion but she
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Rockingham Porcelain Teacup, Gilt Seaweed, Flowers, Rococo Revival, 1832
By Rockingham
Located in London, GB
On offer is a teacup and saucer made by Rockingham in about 1832. The set is decorated with a gilt seaweed pattern and beautiful little flower posies. We have an entire tea servic...
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Antique Circa 1850 Victorian Rococo Revival Rosewood Marble Top Credenza
Located in Charlotte, NC
An antique mid-19th century credenza in the Victorian Rococo Revival style, unbranded. Rosewood
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Rococo Credenzas

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Marble, Brass

Bow Porcelain Figure of Venus with Doves, Rococo, 1756-1764
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a rare and beautiful figure of Venus with two doves, made by the bow porcelain factory between 1756 and 1764. We see Venus standing holding her robe with one hand, a flower p...
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Rococo Silver Candlesticks by Alexander Johnson
By Alexander Johnston
Located in New Orleans, LA
. Reflecting the mid-18th century Georgian taste for the Rococo style, these candlesticks feature deeply chased
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Antique 18th Century English Georgian Candlesticks

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Sterling Silver

Bow Porcelain Figure of Juno with Eagle 'Jupiter', Rococo Ca 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
eagle seemingly in conversation with Juno, and it stands on a beautifully shaped base of Rococo scrolls
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Bow Pair of Porcelain Figures of Liberty & Matrimony, Rococo 1760-1764
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
background of waist-high bocage with flowers placed on a Rococo scroll. The figures are marked with the
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

19th-C. English Rococo Revival Majolica Ruth & Wheat Wall Plaque or Bread Tray
Located in Philadelphia, PA
A scarce and unusual antique English Majolica harvest themed, Rococo Revival style bread tray
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Rococo Revival Decorative Art

Materials

Earthenware

Rococo Period George II Sterling Silver Pair Of Sauce Boats, London 1740
By John Jacob
Located in London, London
Silver Sauce Boats, are in the Rococo taste, with cast ornate feet, and an acanthus detailed scroll
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Antique 1740s English Rococo Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Coalport Porcelain Teacup, Beige with Landscapes, Rococo Revival, ca 1840
By Coalport Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful teacup and saucer made by Coalport in 1840, which was the Rococo Revival period
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Antique 1840s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

French Mirror Louis XV Rococo Style in Gilded Wood
Located in Buxton, GB
Birds and Acanthus. The mirror is of Rococo styling with an abundance of detailing. This is an original
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Antique 19th Century French Rococo Mantel Mirrors and Fireplace Mirrors

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Wood

George II Rococo Design Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, London 1741 Gabriel Sleath
By Gabriel Sleath
Located in London, London
Hallmarked in London in 1741 by Gabriel Sleath, this striking, George II, Antique Sterling Silver Coffee Pot, features flat chased decoration below the rim, an engraved armorial to o...
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Antique 1740s English Rococo Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Bow Pair of Porcelain Figures, Arlecchino and Columbina, Rococo ca 1758
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
This is a wonderful pair of figures of Arlecchino and Columbina, made by the Bow Porcelain factory in about 1758. These figures formed part of a series of the Commedia dell'Arte, a v...
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Antique 1750s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

H & R Daniel Porcelain Teapot Set, Royal Blue and Gilt, Rococo Revival, 1831
By H&R Daniel
Located in London, GB
pale yellow scrolls and sprigs. The shape of the set is typical for the Rococo Revival, with flowing
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Porcelain

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Porcelain

18th Century Mahogany Rococo Linen Press
Located in Shipston-On-Stour, GB
press. The doors are adorned with stunning foliate, pilaster and scroll moulded carvings in the rococo
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Antique 1750s English Georgian Linen Presses

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Mahogany, Oak

18th Century Mahogany Rococo Linen Press
18th Century Mahogany Rococo Linen Press
H 184.5 in W 127 in D 60 in
Pair of Giltwood Mirrors with Porcelain, Rococo, 18th Century
By Matthias Lock
Located in Madrid, ES
. Matthias Lock was the first to publish Rococo designs in England, as well as being considered the first to
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Antique 18th Century European Rococo Wall Mirrors

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Other

Derby Porcelain Figure of Musician with Flageolet and Tabor, Rococo, Ca 1765
By Derby
Located in London, GB
), made by Derby around 1765, which was the Rococo era. The figure is one half of a pair that was called
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Rococo Period Antique Sterling Silver Pair of Sauce Boats London 1746 R. Kersill
Located in London, London
silver sauce boats, feature Rococo chasing to the bodies, three feet with shell and mask decoration, and
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Antique 1740s English Rococo Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Bow Complete Set of Porcelain Figures "The Four Elements", Rococo, circa 1765
By Bow Porcelain
Located in London, GB
description on pages 100-101. All figures are stood on beautiful high Rococo scrolls; three of them are
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Antique French Louis XV Rococo Console Table with Marble Top
Located in Buxton, GB
Office in England. We specialise in European Decorative Furniture, and Decorative Pieces for the Home
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Antique 19th Century French Rococo Console Tables

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Marble

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Teapot, Blue, Gilt and Flowers, Rococo Revival ca 1837
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
factories of its time. Alcock jumped on the new Rococo Revival fashion and served a huge new middle class
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Coffee Cup, Orange Imari Flowers, Rococo Revival ca 1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful coffee cup and saucer made by Samuel Alcock around 1830, which was the Rococo
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Basket, French Blue, Landscape, Rococo Revival ca 1830
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A small porcelain basket in Rococo Revival style with scroll and shell moulded borders, pierced
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Decorative Baskets

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Porcelain

Chelsea-Derby Chocolate Cup Set, Gilt Stripes, Puce Flowers, Rococo 1770-1775
By Chelsea Porcelain, Derby, Chelsea-Derby
Located in London, GB
Rococo era. The set consists of a cup, a saucer and a cover, and is decorated in a stunning style with
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Antique 1770s English Rococo Tea Sets

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Porcelain

English Rococo Style 1880s Carved and Bleached Oak Console Table with Deer Heads
Located in Atlanta, GA
An English Rococo style carved and bleached oak console table with deer heads and hoofed legs from
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Antique Late 19th Century English Rococo Console Tables

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Oak

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Basket, Rococo Revival, Maroon, Flower Reserves, ca 1835
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
A maroon ground basket in Rococo Revival style with pierced pale yellow ends, a twig handle and
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Decorative Baskets

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Porcelain

Samuel Alcock Porcelain Vase, Maroon with Landscapes, Rococo Revival, ca 1840
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
On offer is a beautiful porcelain vase made by Samuel Alcock circa 1840 during the Rococo Revival
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Antique 1840s English Rococo Revival Vases

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Porcelain

Pair of French Bombe Rococo Pedestals
Located in Buxton, GB
Rocaille have a depot in the South of France, Montpellier and a Head Office in England. We specialise in
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20th Century French Louis XV Pedestals

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Rosewood

Pair of French Bombe Rococo Pedestals
Pair of French Bombe Rococo Pedestals
H 51.19 in W 14.57 in D 14.57 in
Large Bed Hand made to order in the Rococo Style By La Maison London US King
By La Maison London
Located in London, Park Royal
From La Maison London, specialists in period style, fine carving of furniture in the French and
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2010s English Rococo Beds and Bed Frames

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Gesso, Wood

Samuel Alcock Teacup Trio, Beige with Hand Painted Flowers, Rococo Revival 1841
By Samuel Alcock & Co.
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful "true trio" made by Samuel Alcock in or shortly after 1841. The trio is decorated in a warm beige ground with a gilt pattern and beautiful flowers in the centre o...
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Antique 1840s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

Pair Blue and White Delft Dishes or Plates Hand Painted England Circa 1760
Located in Katonah, NY
This gorgeous pair of blue and white English Delft plates was made in Bristol, England, circa 1760
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Antique Mid-18th Century English Rococo Delft and Faience

Materials

Delft

Derby Pair of Candle Stick Figures, Bagpiper and Lady with Lute, Rococo, Ca 1765
By Derby
Located in London, GB
, made between 1759 and 1769, which was the Rococo era. The pair is one of Derby's famous figure pairs
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Antique 1760s English Rococo Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Rare Matthew Boulton Old Sheffield Plate & Cut Crystal Rococo 2-Bottle Inkstand
By Matthew Boulton
Located in CHARLESTON, SC
Quite possibly one of the finest pieces of original Matthew Boulton Old Sheffield Plate, this two-bottle Inkstand or Standish is a magnificent example of the silversmith with whom Ol...
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Antique Late 18th Century English Rococo Sheffield and Silverplate

Materials

Sheffield Plate

H&R Daniel Teacup Trio, Green with Flowers Patt. 4516, Rococo Revival ca 1827
By H&R Daniel
Located in London, GB
and 1830s and Daniel created several shapes with these rims. The handle is a beautiful Rococo Revival
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Antique 1820s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

Materials

Porcelain

An Early Rococo Engraved Balustroid Wine Glass, c1730-40
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
An Early Rococo Engraved Balustroid Wine Glass, c1730-40 Too heavy and thick stemmed to be a
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Antique 18th Century English George II Glass

Materials

Glass

Pair of American Rococo Revival Patinated Bronze Candelabras, Ca. 1825
Located in New York, NY
was an American rococo. It came to us indirectly via England disguised under the name Chippendale. Now
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Antique 1820s American Rococo Revival Candelabras

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Bronze

Collectible Hand Carved Vintage Wood Rococo Gilt Wall Hangar
Located in Lomita, CA
to hang other items. The style is antique Rococo revival out of carved pine for this parcel gilt coat
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Antique 19th Century English Victorian Sculptures and Carvings

Materials

Giltwood

Pair of English Rococo Chippendale Style Painted & Carved Architectural Mirrors
Located in Atlanta, GA
A pair of English Rococo Chippendale style carved and painted mirror from the 19th century with
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Antique 19th Century English Chippendale Wall Mirrors

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Mirror, Wood

Large 19 Century French Rococo or Neoclassical Revival Style Vitrine
By David Roentgen
Located in Dallas, TX
style emerged in Second Empire France and then was adapted in England. Revival of the Rococo style was
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Rococo Revival Vitrines

Materials

Ormolu

H&R Daniel Pair of Potpourri Vases, Maroon, Birds, Flowers, Rococo Revival c1840
By H&R Daniel
Located in London, GB
vases are in the Rococo Revival style, and have a deep maroon ground and reserves with flowers on the
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Antique 1840s English Rococo Revival Vases

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Porcelain

Pair 18th Century Portuguese Colonial Carved Palisander Side Chairs Rococo LA CA
Located in West Hollywood, CA
England shared a significant bond during the eighteenth century, brought about by Portugal’s decision in
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Antique 18th Century Portuguese Rococo Side Chairs

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Wood

H&R Daniel Coffee Cup, White, Grey with Printed Flowers, Rococo Revival, ca 1838
By H&R Daniel
Located in London, GB
This is a beautiful coffee cup set made by H&R Daniel in about 1838. The cup is quite large and has a beautiful bell shaped shape and the pattern number 6676. The H & R Daniel por...
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Antique 1830s English Rococo Revival Tea Sets

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Porcelain

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Rococo Furniture From England For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic rococo furniture from England available at 1stDibs. A rococo furniture from England — often made from ceramic, wood and porcelain — can elevate any home. There are 677 variations of the antique or vintage rococo furniture from England you’re looking for, while we also have 12 modern editions of this piece to choose from as well. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect rococo furniture from England — we have versions that date back to the 18th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 21st Century are available. A rococo furniture from England, designed in the Rococo, Georgian or Victorian style, is generally a popular piece of furniture. Minton, Coalport Porcelain and Bow Porcelain each produced at least one beautiful rococo furniture from England that is worth considering.

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A rococo furniture from England can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $3,600, while the lowest priced sells for $55 and the highest can go for as much as $985,000.
Questions About Rococo Furniture From England
  • 1stDibs ExpertAugust 15, 2019

    Rococo style furniture is characterized by the flowing lines, gilded detailing and unparalleled femininity of the Rococo movement that originated in France during the 1730s. This movement is synonymous with King Louis XV’s reign, which explains its opulence and level of detail. However, unlike Baroque style furniture, which lasted throughout the whole 18th century, Rococo had a lightness and whimsy to it.