American Furniture 1994
Topics covered in this volume include repairs and structural problems in Windsor furniture, architect-designed furniture in eighteenth-century Virginia, cabinet-maker and interior decorator Leon Marcotte, John Cogswell and Boston Bombe furniture, New York's distinctive, early Baroque oval tables, Huguenot tradesmen and the French Baroque style, a Masonic master's chair, English pattern books in eighteenth-century America, the work of Clotworthy Stephenson, William Hodgson and Henry Ingle in Richmond, Virginia, 1787 - 1806, as well as book reviews and a bibliography of current writing.
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