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Two Desks With Complicated Compartments. From:  1788 Cabinetmaker Dressing Table Rounded.  From:  1788  The Cabinet Makers London Book Of Prices. via Google Books   (PD200)    suzilove.com

Two Desks With Complicated Compartments. From: 1788 Cabinetmaker Dressing Table Rounded. From: 1788 The Cabinet Makers London Book Of Prices. via Google Books (PD200) suzilove.com

Cabinet maker and chair maker George Hepplewhite was one of the top three furniture makers in England during the 18th century. Typical is "shield" shaped back.

Cabinet maker and chair maker George Hepplewhite was one of the top three furniture makers in England during the 18th century. Typical is "shield" shaped back.

In white  With the spirit of a gracefully aged vintage piece, this impeccably designed and meticulously hand-crafted collection imparts enchanting Old World style to your space.

In white With the spirit of a gracefully aged vintage piece, this impeccably designed and meticulously hand-crafted collection imparts enchanting Old World style to your space.

1813 British Coffer on stand at the Royal Collection, UK - This coffer (one of a pair) was bought by George IV while he was Prince Regent to be placed in Carlton House, his London residence.

1813 British Coffer on stand at the Royal Collection, UK - This coffer (one of a pair) was bought by George IV while he was Prince Regent to be placed in Carlton House, his London residence.

Daybed (Lit De Repos), Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené, Painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard, 1788, French, carved, painted and gilded walnut with modern off-white cotton twill embroidered in silk. From the Cabinet de Toilette, Palace of Saint-Cloud, France of Marie Antoinette.

Daybed (Lit De Repos), Jean-Baptiste-Claude Sené, Painted and gilded by Louis-François Chatard, 1788, French, carved, painted and gilded walnut with modern off-white cotton twill embroidered in silk. From the Cabinet de Toilette, Palace of Saint-Cloud, France of Marie Antoinette.

Washstand, England, 1780-1800, painted softwood. A double folding top opened to reveal a bowl for washing. When folded up, the top also protected walls from splashes. Designed to stand in the corner of a room, a similar stand is illustrated in Thomas Sheraton's Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing Book, published in 1792, where it is described as a 'Corner Bason Stand'. The slightly splayed front legs gave the washstand greater stability. | V&A | photo compilation: @LucindaBrant

Washstand

Washstand, England, 1780-1800, painted softwood. A double folding top opened to reveal a bowl for washing. When folded up, the top also protected walls from splashes. Designed to stand in the corner of a room, a similar stand is illustrated in Thomas Sheraton's Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing Book, published in 1792, where it is described as a 'Corner Bason Stand'. The slightly splayed front legs gave the washstand greater stability. | V&A | photo compilation: @LucindaBrant

Commode, ca. 1710–20 André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642–1732) Walnut veneered with ebony and marquetry of engraved brass and tortoiseshell, gilt-bronze mounts, verd antique marble top

DESIGN DICTIONARY: Baroque

Commode, ca. 1710–20 André-Charles Boulle (French, 1642–1732) Walnut veneered with ebony and marquetry of engraved brass and tortoiseshell, gilt-bronze mounts, verd antique marble top

Woodworker: Garry Bennett The infamous "Nail" Cabinet by Oakland, Calif. furniture maker Garry Knox Bennett became a landmark in furniture history when it was featured on the back cover ofFine...

Woodworker: Garry Bennett The infamous "Nail" Cabinet by Oakland, Calif. furniture maker Garry Knox Bennett became a landmark in furniture history when it was featured on the back cover ofFine...

Marie Antoinette's armchair from the Palace of Versailles. It was made by French cabinet maker Georges Jacob (1739-1814). This pastel blue & yellow gold chair was kept in the Queen's private Gold Cabinet room.

Histoire du design : Louis XVI

Marie Antoinette's armchair from the Palace of Versailles. It was made by French cabinet maker Georges Jacob (1739-1814). This pastel blue & yellow gold chair was kept in the Queen's private Gold Cabinet room.

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