Illustrated History of Furniture eBook

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Kneehole Table by Sheraton
Chairs by Sheraton
Chair Backs, From Sheraton’s “Cabinet Maker”
Urn Stand
A Sideboard in the Style of Robert Adam
Carved Jardiniere by Chippendale
Cabinet and Bookcase with Secretaire, by Sheraton

Chapter VIII.

Vignette of an Empire Tripod, as Ornament to Initial Letter
Cabinet Presented to Marie Louise
Stool and Arm Chair (Napoleon I. Period)
Nelson’s Chairs by Sheraton
Drawing Room Chair, Designed by Sheraton
Drawing Room Chair, Designed by Sheraton
“Canopy Bed” by Sheraton
“Sisters’ Cylinder Bookcase” by Sheraton
Sideboard and Sofa Table (Sheraton)
Design of a Room, by T. Hope
Library Fauteuil, From Smith’s “Book of Designs”
Parlor Chairs
Bookcase by Sheraton
Drawing Room Chairs, From Smith’s Book
Prie-dieu in Carved Oak, Designed by Mr. Pugin
Secretaire and Bookcase (German Gothic Style)
Cradle for H.M. the Queen by H. Rogers
Design for a Tea Caddy by J. Strudwick
Design for One of the Wings of a Sideboard by W. Holmes
Design for a Work Table.  H. Fitzcook
Venetian Stool of Carved Walnut

Chapter IX.

Examples of Design in Furniture in the 1851 Exhibition:—­
  Sideboard, in Carved Oak, by Gillow
  Chimney-piece and Bookcase by Holland and Sons
  Cabinet by Grace
  Bookcase by Jackson and Graham
  Grand Pianoforte by Broadwood
  Vignette of a Cabinet, Modern Jacobean Style, as Ornament to Initial
  Lady’s Escritoire by Wettli, Berne
  Lady’s Work Table and Screen in Papier Mache
  Sideboard (Sir Walter Scott) by Cookes, Warwick
  A State Chair by Jancowski, York
  Sideboard, in Carved Oak, by Dorand, Paris
  Bedstead, in Carved Ebony, by Roule, Antwerp
  Pianoforte by Leistler, Vienna
  Bookcase, in Lime Tree, by Leistler, Vienna
  Cabinet, with Bronze and Porcelain, by Games, St. Petersburg
  Casket of Ivory, with Ormolu Mountings, by Matifat, Paris
  Table and Chair, in the Classic Style, by Capello, Turin
Cabinet of Ebony, with Carnelions, by Litchfield & Radclyffe (1862
  Exhibition, London)
Cabinet of Ebony, with Boxwood Carvings, by Fourdinois, Paris (1867
  Exhibition, Paris)
Cabinet of Satinwood, with Wedgwood Plaques, by Wright and Mansfield (1867
  Exhibition, Paris)
Cabinet of Ebony and Ivory by Andrea Picchi, Florence (1867 Exhibition,
The Ellesmere Cabinet
The Saloon at Sandringham House
The Drawing Room at Sandringham House
Carved Frame by Radspieler, Munich
Carved Oak Flemish Armoire, as Tail Piece
A Sixteenth Century Workshop

Chapter I.

Ancient Furniture.

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