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American-case-furniture-by-gerald-ward, american case furniture in the mabel brady garvan and other collections at yale [ward, gerald w. r.] on amazon.com. *free* shipping on qualifying offers. american case furniture in the mabel brady garvan and other collections at yale. By gerald ward few books on american furniture are considered as important as this one. not only is the mabel brady garvan collection at yale university art gallery one of the most important american furniture collections ever assembled, this book is also one of the best museum catalogs of furniture ever written., early american furniture by john kirk, figure 8 american case furniture by gerald ward, page 153, plate 71 american furniture of the federal period by charles montgomery, plate 142. furniture treasury by wallace nutting, plate 255.

New haven: yale university art gallery, 1988. hardcover. very good. xv, 4725pp+ index. light foxing to page edges and prelims, else a very good..., 1. sumner, william h. will of william h. sumner of west roxbury.boston: j.h. eastburn's press, 1861, p. 31. 2. ward, gerald w.r. american case furniture in the mabel .... Antiques and the arts weekly is the nation’s leading weekly publication on the antiques and the arts trade, and is available both in print and online. each issue average between 100-200 pages and includes reporting on auctions, antiques shows and the arts while providing a platform for both buying and selling., a william and mary mahogany and maple dressing table philadelphia, 1700-1730 28 in. high, 32 1/4 in. wide, 20 3/4 in. deep.

This chest is identical to the example in the garvin collection at yale which is signed 'samuel dunlap', and pictured in american case furniture, by gerald ward on p.65 and discussed on pp. 65 & 66. note the three wooden pins securing the front molding, the comparative size of the backboards, and the light appearance of the top molding at the ..., high chest and matching dressing table (1930.2001) have a history of ownership by henry wynkoop (1737-1816) and his wife susanna wanshaer wynkoop (d. 1776), who were married in 1761, of bucks county, pa. in wynkoop's will, dated 7 october 1813, he bequeathed to his daughter christina several objects including his "black walnut chest with drawers, dressing table & chairs."(1) christina wynkoop ....

Each case frame, principally white oak and red oak; drawer runners, panels, drawer fronts, most drawer sides and backs, white oak and red oak; top bottom of upper case, top back rail of upper case, some of drawer linings, chestnut; one board in bottom of middle drawer in lower case, eastern white pine; front feet, soft maple; door frames in lower case, corbels and plaques underneath them ...


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