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Antique Decorative Arts

Antique decorative art can make an eye-catching addition to your home. Many types of antique decorative art adds a sense of elegance and sophistication to your decor. There are many different types of antique art available, which means you can find something that complements the existing style of your home, or something that inspires you to update your decor.

Antique Decorative Ceramics and Porcelain

Antique decorative ceramics and porcelain are some of the most popular types of antique decorative arts. These pieces come in a wide array of styles, including classical Chinese and French Colonial styles. Antique porcelain and ceramic vases are some of the most common pieces, but you can also find antique tea and dinnerware sets. There are also an array of decorative serving dishes available. Some of them feature highly detailed decorative elements including detailed glaze work and gilding around the edges. You can also find simpler pieces with solid colours or geometric patterns.

Antique Decorative Metalware

Antique decorative metalware comes in a variety of forms. Bronze and cast iron statues and figures are very popular. However, you can also find metal vases and other dishes. Bronze and cast iron are two of the most common metals used, but there are also some antique metalware sculptures made out of copper, tin and even gold.

Original Antique Decorative Arts

Original antique decorative arts are unique pieces that are at least 100 years old. Many of these pieces are one of a kind, while some were made in limited runs, and others were mass produced. You can find original antique decorative arts in a variety of conditions. Some of them are in pristine condition, while other pieces may require some restoration.

Reproduction Antique Decorative Arts

Reproduction antique decorative arts resemble genuine antiques, but most of them are less than 100 years old. These reproductions are ideal for those who want to add an antique aesthetic to their home, but aren't particular about the exact age or origin of the items.

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