2 edition of English furniture from Gothic to Sheraton found in the catalog.
English furniture from Gothic to Sheraton
Bibliography: p. 434-438.
|Statement||with the minimum of descriptive text and the maximum of illustrations. By Herbert Cescinsky ... With more than 900 illustrations.|
|LC Classifications||NK2528 .C4, NK2528 .C4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ℗ ., 438 p.|
|Number of Pages||438|
|LC Control Number||29016448|
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While there are many surviving pieces attributed to his London workshop, Thomas Chippendale’s fame rests primarily on The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director of , the first English pattern book devoted exclusively to furniture design. The book’s high-quality designs and exceptional engravings prompted subsequent editions, including Author: Bill Pavlak. Identifying Antique Furniture or Good Reproductions When trying to identify antique furniture, dedicated antique hunters search for beautifully preserved pieces, armed with pins, magnifying glasses, spirit levels and all sorts of testing equipment.
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English Furniture From Gothic To Sheraton, [Herbert Cescinsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. English Furniture From Gothic To Sheraton, Author: Herbert Cescinsky. Although this detracts from the value of the book's esthetics, as does the occasional grainy picture, the value of this book is in its B/W photos of furniture dating from the 13th to early 19th centuries.
The book deals mainly in the evolution of English furniture design and in this sense, it is very interesting/5(2). Number of pages: ~ No Reasonable Offer Refused SKU: 58 English Furniture From Gothic To Sheraton ~Herbert Cescinsky~ HC Illustrated Description Dimensions: 9 1/4" x 12 1/4" Binding: Hardcover Ex-Library?: no Writing in Book.
Number of pages: ~ No Reasonable Offer Refused SKU: 58 About Rating: % positive. Get this from a library. 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.
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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.
text and the maximum of illustrations. Cescinsky, Herbert. English Furniture from Gothic to Sheraton; A Concise Account of the Development of English Furniture and Woodwork from the Gothic of the Fifteenth Century by Herbert Cescinsky avg rating — 0 ratings — published Large 4to.
Grand Rapids: Dean-Hicks, Large 4to, (xii), pp. Frontispiece, and with more than nine hundred b/w illustrations. § First edition. A concise account of the development of English furniture and woodwork from the Gothic of the fifteenth century to.
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This book is in overall good condition. The outer boards show some wear. Please look at the photos and ask any questions you might have. We have been on eBay for over 17 years!Seller Rating: % positive. A copy of English Furniture from Gothic to Sherato by Herbert Cescinsky.
This book was published by Garden City Publishing Co. of New York infeaturing a total of pages. It is presented in a darkened orange cloth pressed cover with inlay ornamentation to the front.
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Materials. Shop Sheraton furniture at 1stdibs, the world's largest source of Sheraton and other authentic period furniture. Global shipping available. Another English book heavily influenced the designers of the day. This one was by Alice Hepplewhite, and titled The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide, published inand Sheraton, The style known as Sheraton closely resembles Federal.
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Lippincott Company, ), by Harold Donaldson Eberlein and Abbot McClure (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). The Hepplewhite book and the Sheraton book came to America as soon as they were published and at once the new English style became the new style of America.
Hepplewhite and Sheraton designs continued to be used in America through the Regency period () which itself was based on late Sheraton drawings. English Furniture and Furniture Makers of the 18th Century considerable considered construction criticism decoration difficult Director doubt drawings early effect eighteenth century England English engraved evident existence fact fashion firm French furniture Gillows given gives Gothic greater Guide hand Hepplewhite idea illustrated.
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(tely. It is the aim of this book to give some idea of the beautiful furniture produced in England between lt)80 and including only what is good in design, and entirely ignoring the debased motives (Chinese and Gothic Chippendale and the work produced by Chippendale and Sheraton under direct French influence) that are of interest only to those who profess an admiration for anything that.Victorian Gothic Breakfront Bookcase Mahogany Bookcases Chippendale.
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