Windsor Chair Making In America

Author: Nancy Goyne Evans
Publisher: UPNE
ISBN: 1584654937
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The definitive work on the production of Windsor furniture, from one of America's premier authorities.

Windsor Chairmaking

Author: James Mursell
Publisher: Crowood Press
ISBN: 9781847971548
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Windsor chairs are a beautiful and traditional feature in any home.

The Book Of American Windsor Furniture

Author: John Kassay
Publisher: Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN: 9781558491373
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Drepperd, Carl H. Handbook of Antique Chairs. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday,
1948. Dunbar, Michael. Windsor Chairmaking. New York: Hastings House, 1976.
Dyer, Walter A., and Esther Stevens Fraser. The Rocking-Chair, an American ...

Windsor Chairmaking

Author: Michael Dunbar
Publisher: Hastings House Book Publishers
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industrial revolution of the nineteenth century were originally worked out and
practiced by Windsor chairmakers before the American Revolution. Names of
these chairmakers, long ago forgotten, are as important to factory development
as ...

American Furniture

Author: Luke Beckerdite
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For more on these developments, sec Nancy Goyne Evans, American Windsor
Chairs (Winterthur, Del. ... 66; Michael Owen Jones, "Chairmaking in Appalachia:
A Study in Style and Creative Imagination in American Folk Art" (Ph.D. diss., ...

Mission Furniture

Author: H. H. Windsor
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 1602397864
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A classic book of Mission-style furniture includes 150 projects for chairs, tables, desks, beds and shelves, as well as more unusual items like wastepaper baskets, clocks and even a porch swing, with each project including a cutting list ...

Making Furniture In Preindustrial America

Author: Edward S. Cooke
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Another chair form rare in Newtown but made and owned in Woodbury was the
Windsor chair. The first reference to a Windsor chair in Woodbury inventories
occurred in the 1 784 estate of Thomas Tousey, who owned "2 green Windsor
chairs ...

Classic American Furniture

Author: Time-Life Books
Publisher: Time Life Education
ISBN: 9780809495429
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The sack-back Windsor chair shown at left was finished with milk paint, a
traditional finish for American Country ... Originally designed as an artless
furnishing, it is now considered to be a sophisticated example of modern chair

Hampshire County West Virginia 1754 2004

Author: Roberta R. Munske
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The era of Windsor furniture ran from around 1730 to 1850. Windsor chairs were
made up and down the east coast of America and as far west as the Mississippi
River. Cities associated with Windsor chair making were New York, Philadelphia,