The London chair-makers' and carvers' book of prices for workmanship, as regulated and agreed to by a committee of master chair-manufacturers and journeymen. [With]

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Page 83 - Chair-Makers' and Carvers' Book of Prices for Workmanship, 1802 (No. 3, Pl. 1 1, p. 83), this innovation is described as "Framing with turn'd stumps and front legs in one piece, an upright behind ditto, and elbows sweep'd towards the top.

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