Fine wicker furniture, 1870-1930
Wicker enjoyed an unprecedented period of artistry and popularity from 1870 to 1930. The evolution of wicker furniture styles of preeminent manufacturers of the period are explored with pertinent examples of their work illustrated in over 300 full color photos. A wide variety of wicker furniture styles are highlighted, and current values assessed.
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The Roots of Wicker
Wicker Furniture Manufacturers
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armchair 450 armchair circa 1910s arms and back Art Deco Art Nouveau baby carriage back and skirt ball and curlicue ball feet beadwork bird cage Brothers and Wakefield cane seat close-weave design Closely woven design closely woven seat desk diamond patterns Dryad elaborate fancywork elaborate scrollwork end table etagere fiber field Rattan Company floral cushions green Gustav Stickley Heywood Brothers hinged lid inner springs Lloyd's loom log carrier loveseat manufacturers Natural rocker Natural Victorian oak top open-weave design painted pieces circa 1920s planter platform rocker Reed Company rocker circa 1890s rocker with cane rolled arms rolled serpentine arms settee sewing basket stand circa stick and ball styles table circa 1910s table lamp table with wooden tea cart tight-weave design tightly woven design top and shelf unique Victorian rocker Wakefield Rattan Company weave design White armchair White Bar Harbor White ornate White rocker wicker furnishings wicker furniture wooden top woven shelf wrapped legs