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Antique American Furniture 1620-Present - Periods Makers Types Etc / Scarce Book {1}
Antique American Furniture 1620-Present - Periods Makers Types Etc / Scarce Book {1}

Antique American Furniture 1620-Present - Periods Makers Types Etc / Scarce Book

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Antique American Furniture 1620-Present - Periods Makers Types Etc / Scarce Book

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Given 100 color pictures and 1,300 black-and-white photographs, this early comprehensive text is a definitive pictorial guide to the identification of American furniture from 1620 to the 1970s.
AMERICAN FURNITURE 1620 TO THE PRESENT by Jonathan L. Fairbanks and Elizabeth Bidwell Bates,  Richard Marek Publishers, NY, 1981.
Profusely illustrated, this book covers by chapter: The Beginnings; The William & Mary Period (1690-1725); Queen Anne & Early Georgian (1725-1760); Japanned Furniture (1710-1820); The Chippendale Period (1750-1780); Neoclassicism (1780-1835); Away from the Mainstream; Victorian America
1830-1900); The Frontier and Vernacular Traditions (1800-1850); Craft Revival, Reaction & Reform (1870-1930); and Modern to Contemporary (1917-1980). This book has a text which places furniture in its social and historical context and includes not only the furniture centers of New York, New England, and Pennsylvania, but also furniture of the Southwest; furniture made in Dutch, Spanish, French, and Norwegian settlements; furniture made in religious enclaves or as a part of social and aesthetic movements; furniture, that new today, will become classic tomorrow. Furniture makers include Townsend, Frothingham, Dunlaps, Belter, Meeks, Galusha, Roux, Wooten, Stickley, Greene and Greene, and many more. The narrative in this text is rich; the photography is sharp. This is a must-buy book for the serious collector, dealer, curator, or historian of American antique furniture. 
Heavy 9.2" x 10.2" hardback with dust cover in good condition. 561 pages. 
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Condition: Very Good A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, and no underlining/highlighting of text or writing in the margins. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. Very minimal wear and tear. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
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