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English furniture from Gothic to Sheraton; a concise account of the development of English furniture and woodwork from the Gothic of the fifteenth century to the classic revival of the early nineteenth,

Author: Herbert Cescinsky
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich., Dean-Hicks Co., 1929.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cescinsky, Herbert, b. 1875.
English furniture from Gothic to Sheraton.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Dean-Hicks Co., 1929
(OCoLC)707051718
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Cescinsky
OCLC Number: 1721703
Description: 6 preliminary leaves, 438 pages front, illustrations 32 cm
Contents: The dawn of construction in wood --
The Gothic --
The half-timber house --
The timber roof of the mediaeval carpenter --
Panelling and interior woodwork: the small panel --
Panelling and interior woodwork: the large panel --
Oak furniture --
Walnut furniture of the seventeenth century --
Marqueterie furniture --
English needlework --
Queen Anne walnut furniture --
English wall mirrors --
Lacquer-work in England --
Early mahogany furniture --
Thomas Chippendale and the "Director" --
The Chippendale style --
Robert and James Adam --
The style of the Hepplewhite School --
The style of the Sheraton School.
Responsibility: with the minimum of descriptive text and the maximum of illustrations. By Herbert Cescinsky ... With more than 900 illustrations.

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