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Neoclassical Decorative Objects

NEOCLASSICAL STYLE

Neoclassical design emerged in Europe in the 1750s, as the Age of Enlightenment reached full flower. Neoclassical furniture took its cues from the styles of ancient Rome and Athens: symmetrical, ordered, dignified forms with such details as tapered and fluted chair and table legs, backrest finials and scrolled arms.

Over a period of some 20 years, first in France and later in Britain, neoclassical design — also known as Louis XVI, or Louis Seize — would supersede the lithe and curvaceous Rococo or Louis XV style.

The first half of the 18th century had seen a rebirth of interest in classical antiquity. The "Grand Tour" of Europe, codified as a part of the proper education of a patrician gentleman, included an extended visit to Rome. Some ventured further, to sketch the ruins of ancient Greece. These drawings and others — particularly those derived from the surprising and rich archaeological discoveries in the 1730s and ’40s at the sites of the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum — caused great excitement among intellectuals and aesthetes alike.

Neoclassical furniture is meant to reflect both grace and power. The overall appearance of neoclassical chairs, tables and cabinetry is strong and rectilinear. These pieces are, in effect, classical architecture in miniature: chair and table legs are shaped like columns; cabinets are constructed with elements that mirror friezes and pediments.

Yet neoclassicism is enlivened by gilt and silver leaf, marquetry, and carved and applied ornamental motifs based on Greek and Roman sculpture: acanthus leaves, garlands, laurel wreaths, sheaves of arrow, medallions and chair splats are carved in the shapes of lyres and urns. Ormolu — or elaborate bronze gilding — was essential to French design in the 18th and 19th centuries as a cornerstone of the neoclassical and Empire styles.

As you can see from the furniture on these pages, there is a bit of whimsy in such stately pieces — a touch of lightness that will always keep neoclassicism fresh.

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Style: Neoclassical
Continental Rock Crystal Obelisks, Pair
Located in New York, NY
A pair of Continental Rock Crystal obelisks, from France, late 19th Century. The obelisks proper are 12 inches high, each mounted on a 4-inch crystal cube of a later date, for a ...
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1890s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Rock Crystal

Antique Hercules Sculpture Marcel Courbier 1898-1976
Located in Buxton, GB
Absolutely Beautiful Sculpture by the famous artist Marcel Courbier 1898-1976 Young Hercules wrestling a serpent Marcel Courbier born in 1898 in Nîmes and died, 1976 in Paris was a...
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Early 20th Century French Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Terracotta

Neoclassical Style Terra Cotta Greco-Roman Goddess Figural Fragment
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Heavenly terra cotta figural fragment with a painted silver finish of a Greco-Roman goddess torso. The neoclassical style fragment has a weathered patina on the finish with losses fu...
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Terracotta

19th Century Italian Marble Bust of Socrates
Located in Dublin 8, IE
19th Century Italian Marble bust of the Classical Greek philosopher Socrates. His draped robe is hand-carved in red Scagliola with the face modelled in contrasting white Carrara marb...
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19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Carrara Marble

Antique Italian Limestone Statue of Diana the Huntress and Her Dog, C. 1890
Located in Dallas, TX
Hand-carved from Italian limestone, circa 1890, this beautiful Neoclassical statue is a unique interpretation of the famous Diana of Versailles statue (the 1st or 2nd-century marble,...
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Late 19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Stone, Limestone

Fine French Empire Ormolu Mounted Baccarat Cut Crystal Bronze Casket Jewelry Box
Located in Roslyn, NY
A Very Fine French Empire / Neoclassical Style Bronze Ormolu Mounted & Faceted Cut Crystal Jewelry Box / Casket In The Manner Of Baccarat.
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20th Century French Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Crystal, Bronze, Ormolu

Wedgwood blue and white jasperware planter
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Large Wedgwood jasperware planter, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with white antique-style scenes on a sky-blue background. Se...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Ceramic, Stoneware

Wedgwood blue and white jasperware box
Located in GRENOBLE, FR
Large Wedgwood jasperware lidded candy box, beautiful neoclassical style item decorated with antique-style white grapes friezes on a sky-blue background. Second half of 20th century ...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Ceramic, Stoneware

Oval Silver Plated Monteith Jardinière, French, 19th Century
Located in San Francisco, CA
Oval silver plated Monteith bowl with loop leaf handles. Great as a jardinière or cachepot. Impressed mark on the underside, French, 19th century.
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1860s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Silver Plate

Antiqu Salmon Red Concrete Garden Urn Planter
Located in Topeka, KS
Awesome antique concrete garden urn or planter. This salmon colored paint encrusted urn is in fabulous vintage condition with lots of gorge...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Concrete

18th-19th C. Italian Rock Crystal Ball on a Later Italian Giltwood Stand
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
18th-19th C. Italian rock crystal ball/orb on a later Italian giltwood stand, in two parts The rock crystal ball/ orb European possibly French o...
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19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Rock Crystal

Sevres Amphora with Champleve Enamel
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sevres amphora with Champleve enamel Material Porcelain and hand-painted enamel Origin France Circa 1900 Neoclassical style perfect condition.
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Early 1900s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Porcelain

Miniature Carriage Clock by Mathew Norman of Switzerland w/ Original Key
Located in Savannah, GA
This very petite miniature carriage clock was made by Mathew Norman of Switzerland and retains the original key. Features include a miniature brass Corniche case with rectangular top...
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20th Century Swiss Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Metal, Enamel

Henrik Wigström 1908 Russia Saint Petersburg Enameled Snuff Box in 14kt Gold
Located in Miami, FL
A snuff gold box designed by Henrik Wigström. Beautiful neo classic snuff box, created in St, Petersburg Russia, at the workshop of Henrik Wigström, back in the 1908. This piece has been carefully crafted in the Russian imperial and Louis XVI styles, in solid yellow gold of 56 zolotnik (14kt) and embellished with applications of white enamel. Decorated around with garlands and intricates dotted patterns. Fitted with an invisible hinge and close perfectly well. Weight: 36.65 Grams, (23.49 Dwt). Measurements: 41 mm by 39 mm by 14 mm (1.61 x 1.53 x 0.55 Inches). Hallmarks: Stamped on both parts with Russian marks; the kokoshnik post 1908 mark with the letter a for the city of Saint Petersburg, the maker's mark HW associated to Henrik Wigström inside an oval cartouche, scratched with his inventory numbers 86111 and the 56 zolotnik mark for the assay and warranty of the gold. Other Hallmarks: Stamped in the outside border, with German importation marks; the German Crown mark, the retailer mark AT inside an oval and the 585 mark for the assay and warranty of the gold. Henrik Immanuel Wigström born on 1862 and was a Finnish silver & goldsmith. He was one of the most important Fabergé workmasters along with Michael Perchin. Perchin was the head workmaster from 1886 until his death in 1903, when he was succeeded by his chief assistant Henrik Wigström. These two workmasters were responsible for almost all the imperial Easter eggs. Henrik Wigström was born in Ekenäs, Finland, and was apprenticed to a local Danish born goldsmith named Peter Madsén, a successful manufacturer of silverware who was familiar with the jewellery trade in the city of St. Petersburg, as at one time he had had a workshop there. Once in Madsén's employment, his master's trade with Russia, as well as his numerous business contacts here, brought him to work in St. Petersburg. Goldsmith Werner Elfström employed Wigström as a apprentice on his arrival in the capital in 1875. Wigström became assistant in 1884, at the age of 22, to Perchin, whose shop at that time was already working exclusively for Fabergé. Wigström became head workmaster at Fabergé after Perchin's death in 1903. The number of craftsmen in Wigström's workshop diminished drastically with the outbreak of World War I. By 1918, the Revolution forced the complete closing of the House of Fabergé. Aged 56, Wigström retreated almost empty-handed to his summer house, on Finnish territory, and died at Terijoki in 1923. His art is similar to Perchin's but tends to be in the Louis XVI, Empire, or neo-classical style. Nearly all the Fabergé hardstone animals...
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Early 1900s Russian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Gold, Enamel

English Wedgwood Jasperware Jewelry Dish with Neoclassical Design
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white round jewelry dish with neoclassical design, circa 20th century, 1979, England...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Stoneware

Pair of 19th Century French Brass Neoclassical Candlesticks
Located in Pembroke, MA
A pair of very finely-chased French brass candlesticks, circa 1870 in the neoclassical style (could be electrified as table lamps). Bases are decorated with rose vines.
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19th Century French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Brass

Sculpture 'El Dante' A. Carrier
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sculpture (El Dante) A. Carrier sculpture made of zinc Origin France circa 1900 perfect condition, emptying technique.
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Early 1900s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Zinc

English Wedgwood Jasperware Jewelry Dish with Neoclassical Design
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white round jewelry dish with neoclassical design, circa 20th century, 1979, England...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Stoneware

English Wedgwood Jasperware Jewelry Dish with Neoclassical Design
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white round jewelry dish with neoclassical design, circa 20th century, 1979, England...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Stoneware, Pottery, Ceramic

English Wedgwood Jasperware Dish Neoclassical with Scalloped Edge
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white matte stoneware dish in the Neoclassical design style, mid-20th century, 1962,...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

Wedgwood Jasperware Urn Vase Neoclassical Design, Small
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful, small, English Wedgwood Jasperware urn vase in the neoclassical design style, circa 20th century, England. Piece is a matte stonew...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Stoneware, Pottery

Early 20th Century Marble Sculpture of Apollo Belvedere
Located in Essex, MA
Turn of the 20th Century Carved Marble Statue of The Apollo Belvedere, Italy, circa 1900. Beautiful rendition of the Classical Sculpture, original is in the Vatican Museum, Roman co...
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Early 20th Century Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Marble

English Wedgwood Jasperware Bowl Neoclassical
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware sage green and white matte stoneware bowl, in the Neoclassical design style, circa mid- to late 20th century, E...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Ceramic, Pottery, Stoneware

Louis Kuppenheim 1900 Germany Neo Classic Vesta Oval Box In .900 Silver Pill Box
Located in Miami, FL
Neo classic vesta box by Louis Kuppenheim. A beautiful vesta box, created in Germany in the turn of the 20th century, back in the 1900. This superb pocket oval box was carefully crafted with neo classical patterns in solid .900/.999 silver. Show exceptional workmanship with remarkably details as you expect from the iconic jewelry workshop of Louis Kuppenheim. It is fitted with a hinge and a tension element for fastening opening and closing. Actually this box can be easily used as a pill box. Weight: 24.3 Grams, (15.58 Dwt). Measurements: 46 mm by 25 mm by 17 mm (1.81 x 0.98 x 0.67 Inches). Hallmarks: Stamped with German pre 1922 marks, the maker's mark LK inside an oval cartouche associated to the workshop of Louis Kuppenheim, the mark for the silver assay 900 and signed in the border rim, "LK .900". Louis Kuppenheim The company was grounded in 1854 by Louis Kuppenheim (1824-1889) and Heinrich Witzenmann, specialized in silver and gold and -enameled artefacts. On the World Exhibition in 1900 the firm received a gold medal for a letter opener. In that same year the company opened a branch in the Rue Richelieu 67 in Paris. In these years some designs by Hans Christiansen were executed, amongst them very delicately enameled silver cigarette cases. The enamels on the several silver and gold pieces was of very high standard, and sometimes even gems like rubies were applied. Very famous were the ladies silver vanity cases with cute animals like cats and monkeys...
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Early 20th Century German Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Monumental clock in gilded bronze representing Spartacus
Located in Paris, FR
Monumental clock in gilded and patinated bronze representing Spartacus freed from his chains. Date of manufacture : circa 1850 Working condition, still maintained by the master watch...
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Mid-19th Century French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Bronze

Set of Neoclassical Style Gilt Bronze Wall Sconces by Gherardo Degli Albizzi
Located in Florence, Tuscany
Decorative set of two large gilt bronze figural wall sconces by Gherardo Degli Albizzi. Female figure is characterized by a very rich veget...
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2010s Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Bronze

Italian 1850 Neo Classic Carved Desk Trophy Box With The Triumph of Bacchus
Located in Miami, FL
An Italian desk box with the triumph of Bacchus. Beautiful carved antique piece, created in Italy during the 19th century, circa 1850. This is a desk box been made in the shape of a...
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Mid-19th Century Italian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Ivory

Camille Le Tallec Porcelain Rectangular Dresser Box
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a gilded hand painted elongated hinged box. It is decorated with a garland of flowers & festoon of branches of parsley leaves. Inside the lid, there is a single rose hand painted. This is an excellent box to keep jewelry, pen or pencils. There is flower shaped lock. Under the base is the hallmark of Le Tallec. Camille Le Tallec...
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20th Century French Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Porcelain

Sevres Porcelain Box
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sevres porcelain box Origin France Circa 1900 Interior decoration (flowers) bronze mount hand painted box.
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Early 1900s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Bronze

Wedgwood Jasperware Jewelry Dish with Neoclassical Design, circa 1960s
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware small rectangular jewelry dish with Neoclassical design, 1961, England. Piece is a matte stoneware in a light green with a white Neoclassical raised relief at center and leaf design around edge. Great as a standalone piece or for a vanity, dresser, desk, etc., to hold jewelry or other small items. With maker's mark "Wedgwood", "Made in England", "61", on bottom as shown in last two images. Dimensions: 3.19" Depth x 6" Width. Lavender Jasperware urn...
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20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Stoneware, Pottery

Antique French Neoclassical Mahogany & Giltwood Wall Mirror, Circa 1840
Located in Big Flats, NY
An antique French neoclassical wall mirror offers mahogany frame with giltwood urn-form finial having flanking inverted bellflower garland and trim, c1840 Measures: 27.5" H x 17.75"...
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Mid-19th Century French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Giltwood, Mahogany, Wood, Mirror

Neoclassical Octagonal Green Guilloche & Ormolu Box, after Faberge
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Neoclassical octagonal green Guilloche & Ormolu box, after Faberge A fine late 20th century example, intricate, well executed example, with presentati...
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Late 20th Century Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Ormolu

1920s Neoclassical Revival Trenton Potteries Footed Vase
Located in Garnerville, NY
Signed Trenton Potteries Company neoclassical style footed cachepot. A very distinct piece of porcelain. Trenton Potteries was one of many companies in the area of New Jersey's state capital that produced home fixtures or sanitary porcelain like...
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Ceramic, Porcelain

Italian Midcentury Brown Leather Neoclassical Humidor with Gilt Tooling
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Italian midcentury Brown Leather Neoclassical Humidor with Gilt Tooling Italy, circa 1960s This Italian midcentury brown leather humidor is a sophisticated and functional piece cra...
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Leather

Neoclassical Grand Tour Style Faux Porphyry Marble Urn
Located in Atlanta, GA
A vintage Grand Tour style Neoclassical Urn. The urn made of a Faux porphyry marble with carved surface and an open top for floral arrangements.
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Marble

Vintage Apothecary Mortar and Pestle by Coors
Located in San Diego, CA
Porcelain mortar and pestle. Great for cooks or as an accent piece. Heavy duty. By Coors USA.
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20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Porcelain, Wood

Neoclassical Round Box in the Style of the Wedgwood
Located in New York, NY
A beautiful and rare early to mid-20th century matte white and light periwinkle blue round metal box in the Neoclassical style. The Neoclassical raised relief design around box's ext...
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Early 20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Metal

English Wedgwood Jasperware Box Neoclassical Style
Located in New York, NY
An English Wedgwood Jasperware teal green and white jewelry or decorative box with Neoclassical design, circa late-20th century, England. B...
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Late 20th Century English Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Stoneware

Maitland-Smith Neoclassic Garden Centrepiece, Provenance Celine Dion
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Maitland-Smith neoclassic garden centrepiece, Provenance Celine Dion, blackened bronze pierced oval centrepiece, with an interior circumference of 20" x 15...
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Late 20th Century Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Metal

Bronze Clad Bust of George Washington, after Houdon
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Bronze clad bust of George Washington, after Houdon, A well executed bronze clad ( bronze over plaster) bust of Washington, after a work by F...
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20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Bronze

Exceptional - Baccarat Ruby Red Glass & Bronze Ormolu Neoclassical Trumpet Vases
Located in Atlanta, GA
Baccarat (French, founded 1764), circa mid to late 19th century. This pair of magnificent and highly unusual glass and bronze ormolu trumpet vases are almost certainly created by th...
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19th Century French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Bronze

19th C Cranberry Glass Pitcher and Basket
Located in Los Angeles, CA
19th c cranberry glass pitcher and basket.
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19th Century American Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Glass

Italian Neoclassic Gilt Bronze Mounted Black Murano Glass Tall Cylinder Box
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Italian Neoclassic Gilt Bronze Mounted Black Murano Glass Tall Cylinder Box Italy, 1960s A sleek and unique piece from the 1960s, this Italian Neoclassic tall cylinder box is a stu...
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20th Century Italian Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Bronze

19th Century Gilt Bronze Eagle Fragment on White Marble Stand, Italy
Located in Haddonfield, NJ
Italian gilt bronze sculpture of an eagle on a rectangular white Carrera piece of marble. The high quality of the gilt work and the early age makes the eagl...
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1810s Italian Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Carrara Marble, Bronze

English Wedgwood Jasperware Ashtray or Key Holder/Vide Poche
Located in Miami, FL
Beautiful English Wedgwood Jasperware ashtray or key holder/vide poche in “Wedgwood Blue” features a repeating motif of white, high relief acanthus leaves alternating with floral spr...
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19th Century English Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Ceramic

Capodimonte Porcelain Potpourri Covered Bowl - Gladiators, 19th Century
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
19th C Capodimonte Porcelain Potpourri Covered Bowl - Gladiators. This lovely covered bowl is very unusual and features a crown form reticulated lid and ...
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19th Century Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Porcelain

Huge Antique French Bronze Roman Soldier Sculpture by Picault
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Huge Antique French Bronze Roman Soldier Sculpture by Picault
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1890s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Bronze

Neoclassical Panther Sculpture
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Neoclassical panther sculpture Material: Pewter and marble base (alpe green) Origin Germany Circa 1900 Perfect condition natural wear No visible...
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Early 1900s German Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Marble, Pewter

Large Scale Bronze Centerpiece Model of a Pinecone or Pineapple
Located in Atlanta, GA
A large scale bronze model of a pinecone or pineapple. The piece has acanthus leaf sprouts and solid pyramid form spikes to body. Likely produced in the 1980's. 23" h, 15" w. Base ...
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Late 20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Bronze

Antique Wrought Iron Two Tier Standing Basket
Located in Germantown, MD
Antique two tier wrought iron 2 tier standing basket in excellent condition. Solid Iron with great stability. For Indoor and outdoor use. Measures 16.5" in width x 10.5" in depth...
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Early 20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Iron, Wrought Iron

Cristal Saint Louis Ivoire de Balmain Collectible Perfume Decanter/Bottle
Located in Guaynabo, PR
This is a Cristal Saint Louis cut crystal decanter of Ivoire de Balmain perfume. The bottle is urn shaped and it is a faceted clear crystal. There is...
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20th Century French Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Crystal

Antique Neoclassical Second Empire Black Marble Mantle Clock with Cherub Plaques
Located in Big Flats, NY
Antique Neoclassical Second Empire Black Marble Mantle Clock with Bronze Columns & Cupid Scene in Relief Frieze & Base Plaques C1880 Measures- 34''H x 74.5''W x 20''D
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Late 19th Century Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Marble, Bronze

Spanish Urn Amphora Alabaster Lamp with Parrot Handles
Located in Barcelona, ES
Twin-handled urn table lamp with carved parrot details. Spain, 1930s This eye-catching alabaster urn lamp has an elegant neoclassical design. The carving parrots handles mark the di...
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20th Century Spanish Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Alabaster

Cast Iron Horse Doorstop Signed Hunter
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Cast iron horse doorstop Signed Hunter. Copyright 1949. VA Metal Crafters, Waynesboro, VA.
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20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Iron

Sevres Porcelain Box
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sevres porcelain box octagonal format Hand painted and signed on its base perfect condition Origin France Circa 1900 its mount is gilded bronze.
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Early 1900s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Bronze

Petite Bovano of Cheshire Enamel Floral Decorative Planter Cyclamen Persicum
Located in Atlanta, GA
Bovano of Cheshire, circa 1960. A fine quality polychrome enamel decorated floral sculpture depicting Cyclamen Persicum.
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20th Century American Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Copper, Enamel

Pair of 19th Century Meissen Gold & White Neoclassical Serpent Handled Vases
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Pair of 19th Century Meissen gold & white neoclassical serpent handled vases. Germany, circa 1880s Design attributed to E.A. Leuteritz Hard to find ...
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Late 19th Century German Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

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Porcelain

Pair 19th Century French Cast Brass Altar Candlesticks
Located in Dallas, TX
Pair 19th century French cast brass Altar candlesticks were crafted with images of the Holy Family in glorious full relief on the three facade...
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1880s French Antique Neoclassical Decorative Objects

Materials

Brass

Neoclassical decorative objects for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a broad range of unique Neoclassical decorative objects for sale on 1stDibs. Many of these items were first offered in the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artisans have continued to produce works inspired by this style. If you’re looking to add vintage decorative objects created in this style to your space, the works available on 1stDibs include decorative objects, serveware, ceramics, silver and glass, building and garden elements and other home furnishings, frequently crafted with metal, stone and other materials. If you’re shopping for used Neoclassical decorative objects made in a specific country, there are Europe, France, and Italy pieces for sale on 1stDibs. While there are many designers and brands associated with original decorative objects, popular names associated with this style include Wedgwood, Ferdinand Barbedienne, Bow Porcelain, and Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres. It’s true that these talented designers have at times inspired knockoffs, but our experienced specialists have partnered with only top vetted sellers to offer authentic pieces that come with a buyer protection guarantee. Prices for decorative objects differ depending upon multiple factors, including designer, materials, construction methods, condition and provenance. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $30 and tops out at $805,222 while the average work can sell for $3,153.

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