Decorative Arts Section

You can find some representative works of anonymous goldsmiths, tapestry weavers, cabinet-makers, glass masters and potters, active during the 6th-19th centuries. Other works by known artists working in the corresponding fields of decorative arts can be reached through the alphabetical list of all artists featured in the collection.

DECORATIVE ARTS
Works by
| goldsmiths | weavers | cabinet-makers | glass artists | ceramicists |
Goldsmiths' works
Works by anonymous goldsmiths6th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths7th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths8th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths9th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths10th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths11th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths12th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths13th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths14th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths15th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths16th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths17th century
Works by anonymous goldsmiths18th century
Works by known goldsmiths (metalworkers)
Tapestries
The Bayeux Tapestry11th century
Coptic textiles4th-6th centuries
Tapestries by anonymous weavers12th-17th centuries
Works by known tapestry weavers
Furnitures
Furnitures by anonymous cabinet-makers | 1 | 2 |16th-18th centuries
Works by known cabinetmakers
Glassware
Glassware by anonymous glass masters15th-17th centuries
Medieval and Renaissance stained glass windows12th-16th centuries
Works by known glass artists
Earthenware
Delftware16th-18th centuries
Meissen porcelain18th century
Sèvres porcelain | Introduction | 1 | 2 |18th centuriy
Wedgewood earthenware18th centuriy
Zsolnay earthenware19th centuriy
Various earthenware15th-19th centuries
Works by known potters (ceramicists)

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