Born of Quality and Craftsmanship.
The Classic Movement pushed beyond the boundaries of historicism and neoclassic designs and put an end to the staunch, monolithic and precise geometry that dominated art and architecture. The result was a fresher, fanciful and natural aesthetic, designed to help relieve the stress and disorder that accompanied the growth of the urban industrial landscape. During this time ﬁne art, decorative art, and architecture merged. No item was deemed too utilitarian to be adorned with ﬂowing lines, organic detail, and intricate pattern.