English and American Furniture

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Antiques & Collectibles - 308 pages
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1929. A pictorial handbook of fine furniture made in Great Britain and in the American colonies, some in the sixteenth century but principally in the seventeenth, eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. With more than 400 illustrations. Contents: Gothic and Tudor Oak Furniture; English and American Furniture of Seventeenth Century Type; The Windsor or Turned Chair; Lacquer Work; Development of the English Walnut Chair; English and American Mahogany Chairs; American and English Dado Furniture; Double Chests, Highboys and Cabinets; Side Tables, Sideboards and Commodes; Mahogany Tripod Furniture; Occasional Tables; Wall Furniture of the Eighteenth Century; Hepplewhite Chairs: English and American; Wall and Toilet Mirrors: American and English; and Thomas Sheraton and Duncan Phyfe.

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