Item ABC/104 - Characteristics of old furniture styles in England 1600-1800

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Characteristics of old furniture styles in England 1600-1800


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A catalogue that depicts the characteristics of old furniture styles in England, 1600-1800. The styles mentioned are: Jacobean; 17th Century Style; Queen-Anne Style; Georgian; Chippendale; Heppelwhite; Adam; Sheraton; English Empire. There are numerous illustrations of the furniture, with sections, elevations, and plans at scale.

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  • English

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