Posts tagged “Georgian”

AUG
11
2015

Murphy Chair Company

By mwilcox

Cockchair

This "Cock Fighting" chair is not as old as it looks, it appears older because it is patterned after 18th Century English Georgian examples. This one actually dates from the first quarter of the 20th Century. It was made by the Murphy Chair...

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JUL
28
2015

Smith & Watson Chairs

By mwilcox

Smithwatson

This pair of chairs may look late 18th Century, but are actually modern 20th Century Reproductions by Smith & Watson. Since 1907 Smith & Watson has long been regarded as a premier manufacturer of the highest quality traditional furniture....

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APR
30
2015

Mohlhenrich Sideboard

By mwilcox

Mollerich

Furniture made during the late 1920's through 30's is often a mixture of styles, Queen Anne to late 18th Century Georgian with a dash of Art Deco , in the case of this one William & Mary and Federal in a Deco form. This particular piece has a...

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APR
29
2015

Painted Georgian Style Cabinet

By mwilcox

Painted Georgian

Painted cabinets like this tend to date from the second quarter of the 20th Century and are often a mix of 18th to early 19th Century styles. This one is loosely based on the Hepplewhite style, which was originally popular during the late 18th...

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FEB
03
2014

Federal Revival Library Table

By mwilcox

Heplibrary

This library table dates from the second quarter of the 20th century. Library tables of this type are popular decorator items, generally produced in walnut, they were also made in mahogany, maple, teak, cherry, and oak. It's loosely based on...

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