Neoclassical revival style refers to an architectural and artistic movement in America and Europe from 1900 to 1929. Shop our collection of antique French Neoclassical furniture and decor.
Neoclassical revival furniture features some of the world's most notable craftsmen; including Thomas Chippendale, Robert Adam, and Thomas Sheraton. Hearkening back to the simpler days of classical Greek and Roman aesthetics, the Neoclassical style evolves from its ornate origins to its post-Louis XVI simplicity. Shop for Neoclassical style antique commodes, marble sculptures, and gilded lighting from our exclusive collection of fine decor.