Illustrated History of Furniture eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 273 pages of information about Illustrated History of Furniture.

Chapter V.

Pattern of a Chinese Lac Screen
An Eastern (Saracenic) Table, as Ornament to Initial Letter
Japanese Cabinet of Red Chased Lacquer Ware
Casket of Indian Lacquer-work
Door of Carved Sandal Wood From Travancore
Persian Incense Burner of Engraved Brass
Governor’s Palace, Manfulut
Specimen of Saracenic Panelling
A Carved Door of Syrian Work
Shaped Panel of Saracenic Work

Chapter VI.

Boule Armoire (Hamilton Palace)
Vignette of a Louis Quatorze Commode, as Ornament to Initial Letter. 
Boule Armoire (Jones Collection)
Pedestal Cabinet by Boule (Jones Collection)
A Concert in the Reign of Louis XIV. 
A Screen Panel by Watteau
Decoration of a Salon in the Louis XIV.  Style
A Boule Commode
French Sedan Chair
Part of a Salon (Louis xv.)
Carved and Gilt Console Table
Louis xv.  Fauteuil (Carved and Gilt)
Louis xv.  Commode (Jones Collection)
A Parqueterie Commode
“Bureau Du Roi”
A Boudoir (Louis XVI.  Period)
Part of a Salon in Louis XVI.  Style
A Marqueterie Cabinet (Jones Collection)
Writing Table (Riesener)
The “Marie Antoinette” Writing Table
Bedstead of Marie Antoinette
A Cylinder Secretaire (Rothschild Collection)
An Arm Chair (Louis XVI.)
Carved and Gilt Settee and Arm Chair
A Sofa En Suite
A Marqueterie Escritoire (Jones Collection)
A Norse Interior, Shewing French Influence
A Secretaire with Sevres Plaques
A Clock by Robin (Jones Collection)
Harpsichord, About 1750
Italian Sedan Chair

Chapter VII.

Vignette of a Chippendale Girandole, as Ornament to Initial Letter
Fac-simile of Drawings by Robert Adam
English Satinwood Dressing Table
Chimney-piece and Overmantel, Designed by W. Thomas
Two Chippendale Chairs in the “Chinese” Style
Fac-simile of Title Page of Chippendale’s “Gentleman and Cabinet Maker’s
Two Book Cases From Chippendale’s “Director”
Tea Caddy Carved in the French Style (Chippendale)
A Bureau From Chippendale’s “Director”
A Design for a State Bed From Chippendale’s “Director”
“French” Commode and Lamp Stands
Bed Pillars
Chimney-piece and Mirror
Parlour Chairs by Chippendale
Clock Case by Chippendale
China Shelves, Designed by W. Ince
Girandoles and Pier Table, Designed by W. Thomas
Toilet Glass and Urn Stand, From Hepplewhite’s Guide
Parlour Chairs, Designed by W. Ince
Ladies’ Secretaires, Designed by W. Ince
Desk and Bookcase, Designed by W. Ince
China Cabinet, Designed by J. Mayhew
Dressing Chairs, Designed by J. Mayhew
Designs of Furniture From Hepplewhite’s “Guide”
Plan of a Room. (Hepplewhite)
Inlaid Tea Caddy and Tops of Pier Tables, From Hepplewhite’s

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