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19th Century Decorative Arts
THE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT, a forerunner of modern design, was an extraordinarily creative period, between 1870 -1900, overlapping with Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts. Beauty and functionality were the ideals.
Collections of Choice Antiques
English AESTHETIC TRANSFERWARE includes plates, platters and pitchers: makers and designers include Copeland, Minton, Wedgwood, Christopher Dresser, William Coleman, Thomas Allen and other key figures. Victorian ART POTTERY includes work by Burmantofts and Linthorpe. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TILES, both Aesthetic and Arts and Crafts include makers such as Minton, Wedgwood, Trent and J. and J. G. Low. AMERICAN SILVERPLATE hollowware and flatware with Japanese, Moorish, Renaissance and other cultural influences were made by Meriden, J. W. Tufts, Simpson Hall and Miller and other companies. Innovative AESTHETIC GESSO FRAMES with unusual designs and gold, copper and silver finishes. AESTHETIC BRASS FRAMES AND MIRRORS.