What is the meaning of the furniture term Neo-Gothic?

Neo-Gothic is a furniture term that refers to a revivalist movement that emerged in the 19th century, inspired by the Gothic architectural style of the Middle Ages. It is characterized by the incorporation of Gothic design elements into furniture, including pointed arches, intricate carvings, ornate tracery patterns, and often a dark, heavy appearance. Neo-Gothic furniture often aims to recreate the medieval aesthetics and craftsmanship, typically featuring solid wood construction and elaborate detailing. Revivals of Gothis detailing.
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