4 edition of American furniture with labeled, documented & pedigreed examples by eminent XVII-XIX century craftsmen found in the catalog.
Cover title: Roland V. Vaughn private collection : American furniture of colonial and early federal times
|Statement||American Art Association, Anderson Galleries|
|Publishers||American Art Association, Anderson Galleries|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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 When placed in locations that would be visible while the piece of furniture was being used, labels with addresses served as advertisements for their makers.
Courtesy, New York State Museum. 6] has flanking deep cupboard doors inlaid with Gothic arches. Pillar-and-Scroll Furniture Finally, in the 1830s and 1840s Michael Allison worked in yet another popular furniture style, that of the late classical style made popular by Joseph Meeks and Sons of New York City w.
8 It stands on typical Sheraton reeded, round-turned tapered legs.
Similarly, Peregrine Janvier 1781—1865 signed and branded a chest of drawers in 1801. Courtesy, New York State Museum. An important aspect of the embellishment is the matched crotch mahogany veneer. A parallel exists in the Joel Joselyn b.American Furniture and Its Makers, pp. Several Boston makers have JS as initials. Ambiguity surrounds the Gilmanton name on the 1799 desk-and-bookcase fig.
Barquist, American Tables and Looking Glasses in the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale University New Haven, Conn.
Montgomery, American Furniture: The Federal Period, no.
: Historical Society of Delaware, 1960 , p.
9 Michael Allison, who outlived his brother, went on to make furniture in the newer forms of the New York classical style.