Arabesque

An arabesque is a pattern comprising of interlaced, scrolling foliage, often found on the surface of a decorative item. Often, arabesque decoration consists of one design that can be repeated as many times as required. Originating from Islamic art, the arabesque style became popular in European decoration during the period of the Renaissance between the 14th and the 17th Centuries and has remained popular ever since.

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Style
  1. Arabesque 16
  2. Islamic 4
  3. Boulle 2
  4. Bukhara 2
  5. Classical 2
  6. Floral 2
  7. Louis XIV 2
  8. Belle Époque 1
  9. Chinoiserie 1
  10. Figurative Art 1
  11. Moorish 1
  12. Neoclassical 1
  13. Ottoman 1
  14. Renaissance 1
  15. Rococo 1
Material
  1. Silver 6
  2. Enamel 4
  3. Gold 4
  4. Ebonised Wood 3
  5. Iron 3
  6. Wood 2
  7. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 2
  8. Brass 2
  9. Upholstery 1
  10. Steel 1
  11. Silver-plate 1
  12. Semi-precious stones 1
  13. Porcelain 1
  14. Pewter 1
  15. Abalone Shell 1
  16. Onyx 1
  17. Mother-of-Pearl 1
  18. Bone 1
  19. Marble 1
  20. Glass 1
  21. Giltwood 1
  22. Gilt Metal 1
  23. Gilt 1
  24. Mirror 1
Colour
  1. Gold 9
  2. Silver 7
  3. Metallic 5
  4. Blue 4
  5. Brown 4
  6. Multi-coloured 4
  7. Black 3
  8. Green 3
  9. Red 3
  10. Cream 2
  11. Turquoise 1
  12. White 1
Country Of Origin
  1. Syrian 4
  2. French 3
  3. Middle Eastern 2
  4. Uzbekistan 2
  5. Austrian 1
  6. Continental 1
  7. Egyptian 1
  8. Italian 1
  9. Moroccan 1
  10. Spanish 1
Period
  1. Late 19th Century 6
  2. 19th Century 4
  3. Early 20th Century 3
  4. 20th Century 2
  5. 18th Century and Earlier 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Boulle, André-Charles (French, 1642-1732) 1
  2. Zuloaga, Placido (Spanish, 1834-1910) 1