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The Age of the Joiner
The Early Jacobean Period
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Albert Museum Art Nouveau became BRAMALL HALL cabinet maker cabriole legs carpenter carved centre century CHAIR DESIGNED chests church Classical colour construction country-made craft craftsmanship craftsmen curved decoration dining table Director drawers early Tudor Elizabethan English Furniture engravings example fashion finished flat frame framing and panelling furniture design Georgian period Gimson glue glued Gothic guilds head rail HEATON HALL heavy Hepplewhite houses interior Jacobean joiners lathe linenfold London look LYME HALL machine mahogany manor halls materials medieval Morris mortise and tenon moulding nailed normally ornamentation pattern Pembroke table Photo by courtesy piece planks pole lathe produced Queen Anne Renaissance Robert Adam Rococo Rococo style seat rail shape Sheraton sideboard splat stools stretchers surface survived techniques tenon joints Thomas Chippendale timber top rails turned turnery utility furniture veneer Victoria and Albert Victorian furniture walnut Windsor wood wooden woodwork workshops WYTHENSHAWE HALL