3 edition of English furniture designers of the eighteenth century. found in the catalog.
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Their names were William, Elizabeth, Hannah, George, Thomas, and Benjamin. Published " Chimneypiece-makers' Assistant," 1766. Memories of Old Friends: Being Extracts From the Journals and Letters of Caroline Fox, of Penjerrick, Cornwall, From 1835 to 1871 London: Smith, Elder and Co.at the same time, holds some interest for his wildly flowing carved designs.
Thomas Elfe's Cabinet-maker, near Doctor Martini's. With original documentation attached many of his pieces today are worth into the millions of dollars in economic terms.
retrieved 1 June 2014 CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list• Milby Burton 1889—1977former director of the Charleston Museum, wrote several books and articles calling national attention to the excellence and beauty of Charleston furniture, some of which he attributed to Thomas Elfe". He established his own furniture design company in 1928 with a standout collection, including a series of lounge chairs through a collaborative partnership with Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeannerret.
Apart from the partial exceptions of Kent and Marot no other great names are associated with the making of furniture in Queen Anne and early Georgian times and most work is anonymous. He supplied them with enormous quantities of furniture of all kinds.
, by Frederick Litchfield Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML• It bears a strong resemblance to mahogany in its figure and when left unpolished is distinctly golden yellow.
Baroque art was serious in tone and character, but extravagant in ornamentation.
By 1762 Chippendale produced the third edition of the this time catering to popular crazes for Gothic and Chinese designs, as well as Rococo furniture, and also later in his career made neo-classical furniture more associated with the period.