Chipstone Foundation, 1998 - Antiques & Collectibles - 316 pages
This volume features articles on late Baroque Boston seating furniture, Germanic influence on furniture early nineteenth-century design in Philadelphia, Randolph chairs, the Christian M. Nestell drawing book, the inlaid cherry furniture of Nathan Lombard, the Waldo family joined great chair, "Tinkham" chairs, as well as book reviews and bibliography of new books in the field.
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Germanic Craftsmen and Furniture
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