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English furniture from Charles II to George II

R. W. Symonds

English furniture from Charles II to George II

a full account of the design, material andquality of workmanship of walnut and mahogany furniture and the period and of how spumous specimens are made

by R. W. Symonds

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Published by The Antique Collectors" Club in Woodbridge, Suffolk .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R. W. Symonds ; with more than 260 illustrations from examples in the collection of Percival D. Griffiths.
ContributionsGriffiths, Percival D., Antique Collectors" Club.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20736550M
ISBN 100902028952

Illustrated FURNITURE Glossary.. Illustrated Architecture Dictionary. Furniture Glossary - STYLES & DESIGNERS in AMERICA King Charles II England: King James II France: King George III English architecture style: Regency . George II Irish mahogany elbow chair, circa (Johnston Antiques) The undercarriages of the chairs I will be making are virtually the same as that in figure 1, whilst the rear stiles, splats and crest rails bear close similarities to the pair of elbow chairs in figures 6 and 7 [1].

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Get this from a library. English furniture from Charles II to George II: a full account of the design, material and quality of workmanship of walnut and mahogany furniture of this period, and of how spurious specimens are made. [R W Symonds; Percival D Griffiths].

The present-day condition and value and the methods of the furniture-faker in producing spurious pieces &c. Herbert Jenkins, London, []. English furniture from Charles II to George II.

A full account of the design, material and quality of workmanship of walnut and mahogany furniture of this period; and of how spurious specimens are made.

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He is also the longest-serving Prince of Wales, having held that title since Father: Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Royal support of the arts was ended until the monarchy was restored in Under the new king, Charles II (reigned ), Sir Peter Lely revived court portrait painting in the style of Van Dyck.

Charles also began to remodel Windsor Castle with the help of painters from France and Italy. Furniture had previously had its origins in the court and worked its way down, but George I brought a dull and tarnished feeling to the court and only few developments took place in the households of the rich.

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