George II Collection from Theodore Alexander

1727-1760 England

George II furniture produced some extraordinary, beautifully proportioned furniture. Cabriole legs and filigree curves for example developed to a true art form during this time. Gilding and carving evolved further and in the latter part of this period the asymmetrical explorations of the Rococo emerged.

Under George I, George II and George III, in England, were defined the distinguishing characteristics of the now called Georgian style of furniture.

Individual Items

If the item is not in stock we can import it for you. The delivery period is 20 weeks from Theodore Alexander. If you wish us to import any of the pieces below we will request a 50% deposit to initiate the order with the balance payable upon arrival in South Africa.

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