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antique furniture: 1900–1940, arts & crafts, wicker &rattan, oak & pine, international
AmericanManufactured Furniture.
3rd Edition.
Don Fredgant. A mammoth rep-
resentation of products of American furniture
manufacturers. Hundreds of illustrations show
the styles of furniture available at height of the
1920s, a pivotal period between Art Nouveau,
Art Deco, and the Depression eras. A price
guide and four indices make it an easy to use
guide for collectors.
Size: 8 1/2’’ x 11’’ • Hundreds of illustrations
Price Guide/4 Indices • 464 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-0059-8 • soft cover • $37.50
Wallace Nutting General Catalog: Supreme
Wallace Nutting. Wallace Nutting, whose
Furniture Treasury and other works broke new ground
when published, also ran a successful business making
reproductions with old-style techniques. This is the
largest of his reproduction furniture catalogs dating
from 1930, a reference for today’s collectors of Nut-
ting furniture. The original 1930 price list is included.
Fine Furniture Reproductions: 18th
Century Revivals of the 1930s & 1940s
from Baker Furniture.
In 1940, the Baker
Furniture Company published a catalog of their
hand-finished 18th century reproductions, filled
with examples and information about their
craft. This facsimile has illustrations of over 600
reproductions, with dimensions, materials, and
the provenance of the design. A current price
guide is provided.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 600+ reproductions • Price
Guide • 184 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-0125-X • soft
Popular Furniture of the 1920s and 1930s.
A facsimile edition of the Elgin A. Simonds
Company’s furniture catalog is an extensive
resource of the furniture styles of the 1920s
and 1930s. Ranging from traditional to Art
Deco, captions include important information
about size, materials, and the period of the
reproduction. Current values of the furniture
have been added.
Price Guide • 226 pp.
antique furniture: arts & crafts
The Gustav Stickley Photo Archives.
las Congdon-Martin. A photo archive of Gustav
Stickley’s glass negatives, now in the collection
of the Winterthur Museum. Many never before
published images and those that were now
benefit from high quality modern printing. Many
dimensions and catalog references are given.
Includes a foreword by Leslie Greene Bowman,
Director and C.E.O. of Winterthur Museum,
Garden & Library.
2nd edition, revised
Royka. An essential tool for dealers and collectors
tryingto identifymakers,thisbook includeshistories
ofthemajormission furniturecompanies including
andothers.Thisexcellentreferencesource isamust
Size:81/2"x11"•300colorphotos •PriceGuide•
256pp.•ISBN:0-7643-1750-4 •hardcover•$69.95
Arts & Crafts: The California
Douglas Congdon-Martin, In
Museum. A survey of the influence of
theArts&CraftsMovement inthehome,
particularly furnishings of the early 20th
centuryMissionStyle, including furniture,
pottery, lighting, books, and more.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 400+ color photos •
160 pp. • ISBN: 0-7643-0629-4 • hard
Arts & Crafts Designs for the Home.
Douglas Congdon-Martin. The Arts & Crafts
Movement found expression in art, metalwork,
pottery, textiles, and furniture. This new book
explores the Arts & Crafts Movement on both
sides of the Atlantic focusing on furniture with
a large representation of all the decorative arts. .
Price Guide • 256 pp.
Furniture of the Arts & Crafts Period:
Stickley, Limbert, Mission Oak, Roycroft,
Frank LloydWright, and others with prices.
Early 20th century Arts & Crafts style furniture by
L. & J. G. Stickley, Limbert, Roycroft and others,
manufactured bold oak styles that featured
simplicity of design and decoration. Descriptions
include the product number, dimensions, and
suggested values at today’s markets.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 436 b/w images • Price Guide
•156pp.• ISBN:978-0-8953-8011-0•softcover
Monterey: Furnishings of Cali-
fornia’s Spanish Revival.
Congdon-Martin. Monterey furniture
originated in 1929, in response to Cal-
ifornia’s Spanish Revival architecture.
500+ color photos show the variety
of its hand-painted finishes and forms.
Pottery, fine art, textiles, and accessories
are also included.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 500+ color photos•
176pp.• ISBN:0-7643-1067-4•hardcover•$49.95
Cabin Style: Decoratingwith Rustic,
Adirondack, and Western Collect-
500+ photos of cabin style decor ideas
and collectibles. Furniture fromOld Hick-
and Indiana Willow Products Co. as well
antique furniture: wicker & rattan
Fine Wicker Furniture: 1870-1930.
Scott. Wicker enjoyed an unprecedented period
of artistry and popularity from 1870 to 1930. The
evolution of wicker furniture styles of preeminent
manufacturers of the period are explored with
pertinent examples of their work illustrated in
over 300 full color photos. A wide variety of
wicker furniturestylesarehighlighted,andcurrent
values assessed.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
Antique Wicker: From the Hey-
wood-Wakefield Catalog.
facsimile catalog is the largest they
produced and dates to the peak of wick-
er’s popularity in the 1920s. 925 pieces
shown include chairs, sofas, beds, tables,
desks, wardrobes, suites and children’s
furniture. This is a wonderful resource
for collectors and historians.
Price Guide • 60 pp.
Rattan Furniture: Tropical Com-
fort Throughout The House.
Schwartz. Over 400 color photographs
of rattan furniture, period upholstery
fabrics, and related art works are de-
scribed in detail to present an inspiring
variety of furnishings for every room
in the house.
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
antique furniture: oak & pine
The Best of Golden Oak Furniture: With
Details and Prices.
Nancy N. Schiffer. Fine
details of carving and construction are high-
lighted to demonstrate the best golden oak
furniture from American makers at the end of
the 19th century. China cabinets, bookcases,
chairs, tables and accent forms all are shown
in various styles.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 232 color photos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-1147-6 • soft cover • $29.95
Golden Oak Furniture.
Revised 4th Edition
collection turn-of-the-century, glowing oak
furniture ever published. Pictured are many
styles of tables, chairs, sofas, sideboards, clocks,
bedroom suites, chests, and cupboards. An
invaluable reference work for all antique col-
lectors and dealers, and a terrific guide for
interior designers and furniture designers alike.
Price Guide • 192 pp.
America’s Oak Furniture.
Revised 2nd
. Nancy Schiffer, Photography by Chris-
topher Biondi. Over 300 photos of oak furniture
illustrated in color and arranged by types, from
armoires to tables. Hundreds of chairs are shown
to display the great variety of styles. Famous
makers such as Larkin, Stickley, and more are
well represented. A current price guide makes
it even more useful to collectors.
Price Guide • 128 pp.
More Golden Oak.
Velma Susanne Warren.
Using over 700 color photos, the author leads us
through rooms full of fabulous antique golden
oak furniture as she describes and instructs the
readers.Allwillvalue thepriceguideanddetailed
descriptions as useful tools for years to come.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 693 color photos
Price Guide • 192 pp.
ISBN: 0-7643-0645-6 • soft cover • $29.95
Pine Furniture: The Country Look.
Nancy N. Schiffer, with photography by
Bruce M. Waters. The pine furniture and
tools gathered here are from distant
places in Europe, the United Kingdom,
and Scandinavia. Painted with cheerful
colors, they served every practical func-
tion. Over 280 beautiful color photos.
Price Guide • 144 pp.
antique furniture: international
French Provincial Furniture.
in Ruddy. Over 200 color and black
and white photos and text interpret
French country antique furniture in
fourteen separate regions of France.
Explains differences in construction and
decoration, and describes 21 different
woods used. Price Guide and glossary
of relevant French words and phrases
also included.
Value Guide • 128 pp.
Antique Biedermeier Furniture.
Pressler, Stefan Döbner, and Wolfgang Eller.
More than 600 pieces of nineteenth century
Biedermeier furniture, including cabinets, bu-
reaus, wardrobes, secretaries, sofas, chairs,
and tables. Provides extensive information on
shapes, materials, ornamental features, evalu-
ation and pricing, care and restoration tips, and
market trends. Illustrated glossary and current
values included.
Price Guide • 256 pp.
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