5 edition of London furniture makers found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Sir Ambrose Heal ; with a chapter by R.W. Symonds.|
|LC Classifications||NK2529 .H45 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||89152711|
The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director is an indispensable guide for antiquarians, furniture dealers, and collectors, and a treasury of ideas for today's designers. Art lovers and other readers will also find it a delightful browsing by: 2. London furniture makers, from the Restoration to the Victorian Era, New York, Dover Publications  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ambrose Heal.
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It was founded around in Lancaster in about by Robert Gillow (–). Library table, made by Gillow to a Chippendale design, on display in the Judges' Lodgings, Lancaster.
The firm of Holland & Sons (–) became London furniture makers book one of the largest and most successful cabinet makers, and a rival to Gillows of Lancaster and London. The company's labelled Day books are now housed in the Victoria and Albert Museum Archive of Art and Design where they present a virtual 'who's who' of nineteenth century society.
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BY PERCY A. WELLS. HEAD OF CABINET DEPARTMENT, L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE. LONDON, B. BATSFORD, Ltd. This article examines the relationships between furniture-makers and customers through these services, using Gillow's London showroom account book (–6), the letter book of Miles and Edwards (–44), and letters and ledgers of other London makers.
The services suggest that furniture-makers maintained a relationship with their customers that went significantly beyond the provision of Cited by: 2. The London furniture makers, from the Restoration to the Victorian Era, a record of cabinet-makers, upholsterers, carvers and gilders, with their addresses and working dates.
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In George Hepplewhite “Heppelwhite” are included in the Cabinet-Maker’s London Book of Prices (). Pieces of furniture based on designs in the Guide are rare, and no piece can definitely be attributed to Hepplewhite’s firm, nor can his personal responsibility for the designs be established.
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Today we still produce our timeless pieces, using the same traditional hand-crafted skills passed down through generations of. The Cabinet-Makers’ London Book of Pricesprobably succeeded in acquainting an increased number of these cabinet makers with ‘the London manner’ but as a price book containing a repertoire of standard furniture types, it was not suited to the specific regional needs of the Scottish Size: 9MB.The London furniture makers, from the Restoration to the Victorian Era, ; a record of cabinet-makers, upholsterers, carvers and gilders, with their addresses and .The History of Antique Cabinet Makers including examples, designs and dates.