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antique furniture: 17th to 20th centuries & 1900–1940
Danish Modern and Beyond: Scan-
dinavian Inspired Furniture from
Heywood-Wakefield.
DonnaS.Baker,
Editor.DanishModern furniture took the
design world by storm in the mid-20th
century. Original Heywood-Wakefield
catalog images of Danish-inspired
furniture, including original catalog
descriptions, model numbers, mea-
surements, and current values.
Size:11"x81/2"•25colorand170b/wphotos•PriceGuide•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2216-8•softcover•$29.95
AtomicDinettes:Mid-CenturyKitchen
Elegance.
DonnaBaker,Editor.Over200
catalogimagesofvintagedinettesetsfrom
the 1950s to the 1970s. Includes 1950s
“trimline” sets, 1960s pedestal base sets,
1970sMediterraneanstylesets,andmuch
more.Catalogdescriptions,modelnumbers,
measurements,currentpriceguide,and in-
dexincluded.•Size:11"x81/2"•hundreds
ofcolorpieces•PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2280-X•softcover•$29.95
Fifties Furniture.
Revised 3rd Edition.
Leslie Piña. A heavily illustrated, detailed
look at the furniture of the 1950s, cre-
ated by renowned designers, including
Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson,
Harry Bertoia, Isamu Noguchi, and Eero
Saarinen, and produced by companies
such as Herman Miller, Knoll, and Hey-
wood-Wakefield.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 464 photos • Price
Guide/Index • 240 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-2327-X • hard cover • $39.95
antique furniture: 17th to 20th centuries
Magnificent19thCenturyFurniture:Histor-
icisminGermanyandCentralEurope.
Rainer
Haaff.TheHistoricismmovementinart(1830-1920)
wasperhapsthemostdemocraticofall.European
furniture makers sought to recapture the magic
and affluence of aristocratic pieces of the Gothic,
Rococo, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classicism
periods.Thisbookenliststhehelpofaninternational
juryoffurnitureexperts,fromrenownedartauction
housesandantiquedealercompaniesandrestorers,
toappraiseandpriceover15,000 featuredpieces.
Size:9"x12"•3400color images•656pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-4725-2•hardcover•$125.00
American Furniture: Queen Anne and Chip-
pendale Periods, 1725-1788.
A Winterthur
Book
. Joseph Downs. 400 outstanding examples
of American furniture from the Queen Anne and
Chippendale periods in the Winterthur Museum,.
Each illustration is accompanied by information
aboutthepiece’splaceoforigin,dateofconstruction,
dimensions, special features and qualities, and the
makerandoriginalownerwhenknown.
Size:9"x12"•400+b/wphotos •Index•500pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1407-6•hardcover•$75.00
American Furniture: The Federal Period,
1788-1825.
A Winterthur Book
. Charles F.
Montgomery. The incomparable Winterthur
Museum collection of beautiful and distinct
Federal period American furniture is described
and illustrated in this book. 491 pieces are
illustrated with text that explores the maker,
place of origin, size, materials, and dimensions.
Size:9"x12"•491b/wphotos• Index•508pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1406-8•hardcover•$75.00
Fine Points of Furniture: Early American.
Revised Edition
. Albert Sack. This classic bible
of American furniture presents a thorough
analysis of the various elements of design, dec-
oration, craftsmanship, construction, and finish
of early American furniture, showing with each
type discussed three examples—good, better,
best—and comparing the relative merits and
consequent value differentials of each. The
ultimate reference, as important today as when
first written.
Size:81/2"x11"•708b/wphotos•304pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-2737-7•softcover•$29.95
The Mirror Book: English, American, and
European.
Herbert F. Schiffer. Detailed photos
of over 650 mirrors dating from Egyptian New
Kingdom, circa 1300 B.C., through Art Nouveau
at the beginning of the 20th century. Arranged
chronologically toshow thedevelopmentofstyles,
this comprehensive and informative book also
provides information about many of the mirror
makers. The classic study of the reflective art.
Size:9’’x12’’•704photos• Index•256pp.
ISBN:0-916838-82-X•hardcover•$45.00
The Pennsylvania-German Decorated Chest.
2nd Edition. Monroe Fabian. A classic, with more
than 250 illustrations, this book is a visual feast of
decoratedchests. It isthepreeminentencyclopedia
of Pennsylvania German blanket chests. New color
photographyhasbeenaddedforsomeoftheoriginal
chests, and recent scholarship has produced some
new information,attributionsandother information.
Size:81/2"x11"•250color&b/wphotos
248 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2025-4•hardcover•$49.95
Shaker Furniture: A Craftsman’s Journal.
Timothy D. Rieman. From the 18th century
onward, the Shakers have been dedicated to a
simple, communal lifestyle outside of society.
Their furniture was beautiful in its simplicity
and functionality. 300 historical and modern
photos provide a visual tour of the masterpieces
of Shaker furniture and an introduction to the
faithful artisans who produced them.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 245 color & 66 b/w photos
•128pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2445-4•hardcover•$39.95
The Shaker Furniture Handbook.
Timothy D.
Rieman & Jean M. Burks. A survey of Shaker fur-
niture made during the 19th and 10th centuries
in New England, Kentucky, and Ohio, with over
130 color photos. Freestanding tables, chairs,
boxes, desks, built-in cupboards, and cases
of drawers are included. The text introduces
nearly twenty Shaker communities, known
cabinetmakers, identifiable furniture traits, and
designs unique to specific Shaker communities.
Size:81/2"x11"•133colorphotos
6 b/w photos • 128 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2001-7•softcover•$24.95
The Encyclopedia of Shaker Furniture.
Timothy D. Rieman & Jean M. Burks. This book
documents Shaker furniture from communities
in New England, Ohio, and Kentucky throughout
the 19th and early 20th centuries. Free-standing
tables, chairs, desks, boxes, and case clocks and
built-in cupboards and cases of drawers are
included. A detailed account of Shaker history,
culture, and religion, and Shaker design and tools.
Size:9"x12"•698color,346b/wphotos
Index • 576 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-1928-0 • hard
cover•$125.00
The Shaker Chair.
Charles R. Muller & Timothy
D. Rieman. The styles and production techniques
of chairs made by ten Shaker communities during
the 19th and early 20th centuries. Historical
and contemporary photographs, extensive
journal and account book references, diaries,
postcards, catalog advertisements, and de-
tailed line drawings. An essential resource for
collectors, historians, designers, and devotees
of antique furniture. Size: 9" x 12" • 430 b/w
photos & illustrations • Index • 248 pp. • ISBN:
0-7643-1739-3•softcover•$29.95
Victorian Decor.
MartinM.May.Thebestcrafts-
manshipinhomefurnishingsofthelate19thcentury
isdocumentedinthisbeautifulstudy.Anoverviewof
Victorianarchitecturalantiques,stainedglasswindows,
furniture, art glass, lighting devices, match holders,
and poster art appear in chapters that explain the
development of the forms and show examples in
over 400 color photographs. Period room settings
aswellassingle itemsare featured
Size:81/2"x11"•431colorphotos•244pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1457-2•hardcover•$59.95
American Furniture of the 19th Century:
1840-1880.
Revised & Expanded 2nd
Edition
. Eileen and Richard Dubrow. A heavily
illustrated study of the fine handcrafted furniture
made in America from 1840 to 1880, now even
better in its second edition. Most pieces are
identified by cabinetmaker, and biographies of
the leading cabinetmakers from all over Amer-
ica are presented. Special sections on Wooton
and John Henry Belter. •Size:81/2"x11"•350
b/w photos • Index • 248 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-
1080-1•hardcover•$39.95
Late 19th Century Furniture by Berkey
& Gay.
Brian L. Witherell. The Berkey and Gay
furniture Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan,
became one of the leading nineteenth century
furniture manufacturers of Gothic Revival and
Eastlake styles. Over 300 photographs of Berkey
and Gay furniture from company catalogs are
presented with value ranges for today’s market in
this useful reference book for furniture historians,
dealers, and collectors. •Size:81/2"x11"•300+
photos•Price Guide • 320 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0656-1•softcover•$29.95
antique furniture: 1900-1940
MiniatureAntiqueFurniture.
HerbertandPeter
Schiffer.Over300colorandblackandwhitephotos
giveaunique lookatgenuineantiquehand-crafted
furniture for children and dolls. Organized to show
the evolution of styles, the quality and historical
significancearediscussed.Acomprehensivestudy,it
coverstheaspectswhichdeterminethequalityofan
antiqueminiature,aswellasthoseparticularfacets
whichcontribute to itsbeautyandgrace.
Size:81/2"x11"•300+photos•266pp.
ISBN:0-88740-882-6•hardcover•$49.95
Furniture Made in America: 1875-1905.
Revised 4th Edition
. Richard & Eileen Du-
brow. An exhaustive compilation of all original
catalog material frommajor American furniture
manufacturers of the 1880s and 1890s, it is an
important resource for identifying makers and
understanding the range of their work. Includes
furniture for dining rooms, parlors, library, bed-
rooms and offices, with 2000 illustrations and
a price guide. •Size:81/2’’x11’’•2000 illus.
Price Guide • 320 pp. •ISBN:978-0-7643-0595-5
•softcover•$24.99
Styles of American Furniture: 1860-1960.
Richard and Eileen Dubrow. Furniture manufac-
tured from the Civil War to modern revolution
of the mid-20th century. The design elements
that make this furniture distinctive and attractive
to a wide audience today are discussed and
illustrated. From Rennaissance Revival to Art
Nouveau and Modern forms, this furniture
has made an impact on the history of interior
design worldwide.
Size:81/2"x11"•530photos• Index•224pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0157-8•hardcover•$49.95
American Wooden Chairs: 1895-
1910.
A facsimile of the detailed cat-
alogue of the Phoenix Chair Company
with 100s of illustrations of American
wooden chairs. From golden oak to the
Viennese-style bentwood, they show
the variations and diversity of American
chair manufacturing. A new preface and
a current price guide make this a valuable
book forcollectorsand furniturehistorians.
Size:11"x81/2"•300b/w illus. •Price Guide • 367 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0374-0•softcover•$29.95
Indiana Cabinets.
Stand-alone kitchen cabinets
made of wood were manufactured in the United
States about 1900-1940 by companies in the
country’s mid-west area, including Boon, Hoosier,
Kitchen Maid, McDougall, Napamee, Sellers and
Wilson. This book includes catalog pages and
color photos of existing models with detailed
descriptions, dates, model numbers and values
at today’s market.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 47 color photos & ads, 123 b/w
images•PriceGuide•136pp.
ISBN:978-0-8953-8094-4•softcover•$24.95
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