Victorian White Painted Wicker Cradle, American - Apr 26, 2012 | Stefek's Auctioneers & Appraisers in MI
Victorian white painted wicker cradle. American, early 20th century. With tall support mounted with a crown above rec... on Apr 26, 2012
American Victorian Furniture
The increased prosperity and widening distribution of wealth made it possible for more people to buy furniture, though their taste was largely uneducated. Victorian furniture was massive and…
Herter Brothers | Wardrobe | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Herter Brothers, the firm of Gustave and Christian Herter, produced furniture and integrated interior designs in a great variety of styles. This wardrobe epitomizes their Anglo-Japanesque style of the 1870s, incorporating many of the design principles that the British critic Charles Locke Eastlake (1793–1865) promoted in the most widely read primer of the Aesthetic movement, his "Hints on Household Taste" (1868), published in America in 1872
6448: Standard Grade Wooton Patent Desk - May 20, 2012 | Clars Auction Gallery in CA
American Renaissance Revival Wooton two hinge Standard Grade Patent Desk, executed in walnut and birdseye maple, circ... on May 20, 2012
Pedestal | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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0954: Renaissance Walnut Bedroom Suite - Oct 07, 2007 | Neal Auction Company in LA
A Fine American Renaissance Walnut and Burled Walnut Bedroom Suite , c. 1860-70, comprising a bedstead with architect... on Oct 07, 2007
Chest of Drawers | American | The Met
In the 1730s, Boston cabinetmakers transformed the traditional flat-top, turned-leg William and Mary–style high chest into the scroll-top, cabriole-leg Queen Anne version. The best examples of this uniquely American design, such as this high chest and its related dressing table (10
Attributed to Duncan Phyfe | Cylinder Desk and Bookcase | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The exacting craftsmanship, rarely seen roll-top mechanism, and first-quality woods indicate that this bookcase was certainly made by one of the finest furniture establishments in the United States. One particular feature—the spiral-fluted ellipsoids above the tapered legs—relates this cylinder desk and bookcase to a labeled Duncan Phyfe work table in the Winterthur Museum collection
High chest of drawers | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Date: 1762–65. Geography: Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Culture: American. Medium: Mahogany, mahogany veneer, tulip poplar,yellow pin...
Attributed to Lemuel Churchill | Work table | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Among the most elegant and sophisticated pieces of furniture produced in Boston in the early nineteenth century, this combined writing and sewing table bears the chalk inscription "Churchill"--presumably the signature of the Boston cabinetmaker Lemuel Churchill
Attributed to Daniel Pabst | Cabinet | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Maker: Attributed to Daniel Pabst (American, born Germany 1826–1910 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). Date: ca. 1877–80. Geography: Made in Philadelphia, Pen...