A History of English Furniture: Including the Age of Oak, the Age of Walnut, the Age of Mahogany, the Age of Satinwood
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9 inches acanthus Adam Arm-chair arms ball and claw baluster beautiful bordered cabinet cabriole legs carved centre chest of drawers china Chinese Chippendale colour construction corners cornice court cupboard covered cresting cupboard curves damask decoration delicate depth doors Duke Earl of Harewood elaborate English example fashion feet 6 inches finish foot frame French frieze front gilt gold Gothic ground Hampton Court Palace heads Height Hepplewhite inlaid introduced lacquer Lady later in date length Lord St Oswald lower portion Mahogany Mahogany Chair marble Marquess of Cholmondeley marqueterie mouldings needlework Nostell Priory original ornament painted panels pattern pendants piece of furniture plain Plate Property of Lord Property of Messrs reign resembles satinwood scrolls seat serpentine settee shape sideboard sides silk silver sofas specimen splat stools strap-work stretcher style supported surmounted taste upholstered uprights valances velvet veneered walnut width wood