British campaign furniture: elegance under canvas, 1740-1914
Campaign furniture was designed to be folded up, packed, and carried on the march by traveling armies. During the 18th and 19th centuries, British furniture makers from Hepplewhite to Chippendale produced the most stylish and elegant collapsible chairs, tables, bookcases, beds, sofas, and desks. This first book on the subject is great for designers and collectors, and includes a directory of makers plus great "before" and "after" photos of the furniture -- broken down for travel and then unfolded for use.
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Review: British Campaign Furniture: Elegance Under Canvas, 1740-1914User Review - Goodreads
Excellent book on the furniture used by the British Army until the First World War. My copy is signed by the author.
Review: British Campaign Furniture: Elegance Under Canvas, 1740-1914User Review - Evelyn - Goodreads
I read this book to get a feel for genuine British Colonial design, wanting to incorporate some of that into our home. It certainly helped round out my impressions of the furnishings themselves, but ... Read full review
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Foreword by Jerome Phillips
Domestic Demand for Campaign Furniture
Directory of British Campaign Furniture
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