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American furniture: seventeenth, eighteenth,…
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American furniture: seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth century styles

by Helen Comstock

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The classic study of the development of American furniture design from the Jacobean to Early Victorian periods. Historically presented and richly illustrated with 700 photos, the styles are presented historically. The lives of the craftsmen are described, their work is explained, and design innovations are shown in detail. A number of authentic room setting photographs are included to help establish the context for the furniture.… (more)

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  AiRD | Dec 11, 2008 |
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