Illustrated History of Furniture eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 273 pages of information about Illustrated History of Furniture.
Portrait of Christine De Pisan
State Banquet with Attendant Musicians (Two Woodcuts)
A High-backed Chair (xv.  Century)
Medieval Bed and Bedroom
A Scribe or Copyist
Two German Chairs
Carved Oak Buffet (French Gothic)
Carved Oak Table
Flemish Buffet
A Tapestried Room
A Carved Oak Seat
Interior of Apothecary’s Shop
Court of the Ladies of Queen Anne of Brittany

Chapter III.

Vignette of the Caryatides Cabinet, as Ornament to Initial Letter
Reproduction of Decoration by Raffaele
Salon of M. Bonnaffe
A Sixteenth Century Room
Chair in Carved Walnut
Venetian Centre Table
Marriage Coffer in Carved Walnut
Marriage Coffer
Pair of Italian Carved Bellows
Carved Italian Mirror Frame, XVI.  Century
A Sixteenth Century Coffre-fort
Italian Coffer
Italian Chairs
Ebony Cabinet
Venetian State Chair
Ornamental Panelling in St. Vincent’s Church, Rouen
Chimney Piece (Fontainebleau)
Carved Oak Panel (1577)
Fac-Similes of Engraving On Wood
Carved Oak Bedstead of Jeanne D’albret
Carved Oak Cabinet (Lyons)
Louis XIII. and His Court
Decoration of a Salon in Louis XIII.  Style
An Ebony Armoire (Flemish Renaissance)
A Barber’s Shop (XVI.  Century)
A Flemish Citizen at Meals
Sedan Chair of Charles V.
Silver Table (Windsor Castle)
Chair of Walnut or Chesnut Wood, Spanish, with Embossed Leather
Wooden Coffer (XVI.  Century)
The Steel Chair (Longford Castle)
German Carved Oak Buffet
Carved Oak Chest
Chair of Anna Boleyn
Tudor Cabinet
The Glastonbury Chair
Carved Oak Elizabethan Bedstead
Oak Wainscoting
Dining Hall in the Charterhouse
Screen in the Hall of Gray’s Inn
Carved Oak Panels (Carpenters’ Hall)
Part of an Elizabethan Staircase
The Entrance Hall, Hardwick Hall
Shakespeare’s Chair
The “Great Bed of Ware”
The “Queen’s Room,” Penshurst Place
Carved Oak Chimney Piece in Speke Hall

Chapter IV.

A Chair of XVII.  Century, as Ornament to Initial Letter
Oak Chimney Piece in Sir W. Raleigh’s House
Chimney Piece in Byfleet House
“The King’s Chamber,” Ford Castle
Centre Table (Carpenters’ Hall)
Carved Oak Chairs
Oak Chimney Piece From Lime Street, City
Oak Sideboard
Seats at Knole
Arm Chair, Knole
The “Spangle” Bedroom, Knole
Couch, Chair, and Single Chair (Penshurst Place)
“Folding” and “Drawinge” Table
Chairs, Stuart Period
Chair Used by Charles I. During His Trial
Two Carved Oak Chairs
Settle of Carved Oak
Staircase in General Treton’s House
Settee and Chair (Penshurst Place)
Carved Ebony Chair
Sedes Busbiana
The Master’s Chair in the Brewers’ Hall
Carved Oak “Livery” Cupboard
Carved Oak Napkin Press
Three Chairs From Hampton Court, Hardwick, and Knole
Carved Oak Screen in Stationers’ Hall
Silver Furniture at Knole
Three Chimney Pieces by James Gibbs

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