Dating antique oak furniture
Against these costs a London eight-day clock in its case of fine walnut veneers (very different in cost from solid walnut) might cost thirty pounds.
Antique Ash Arts & Crafts Bedroom Suite consisting of a Triple Wardobe, Washstand and Dressing Table and dating from around 1890.
From drawer pulls to cabinet hinges, we have the hardware you need to finish your project with sophistication and elegance.
Menuiserie or Ebenisterie Type of Decoration: Movable or Immovable Techniques of Decoration in Wood French Furniture-Makers (Menuisiers/Ebenistes) - Andre-Charles Boulle (1642-1732) - Charles Cressent (1685-1768) - Antoine-Robert Gaudreau (1680-1746) - Bernard Van Ryssen Burgh - Lacquer Decoration - J. Oeben (1720-63) - Jean-Henri Riesener (1734-1806) - David Roentgen (1743-1807) - Adam Weisweiler (1750-1810) - Jean-Guillaume Benemann (1750-1814) - Roger Vandercruse Lacroix (17281799) - Gilles Joubert (1689-1775) - Jean-Francois Leleu (1729-1807) - Martin Carlin (1730-85) - Georges I Jacob (1739-1814) Furniture Marks and Stamps Influences on French Furniture Design Main Types of Antique French Furniture Cabinet Cupboards (Armoires) Tables Writing Tables (Bureaux) Vitrines Screens Types of Wood Used in Furniture Beds Canape Chairs Mirrors In any review of French decorative art, furniture must inevitably play a major part, and in this article we examine briefly the development of furniture as a major artform in France, during the 17th and 18th centuries.
We look at the design of various types of furniture and furnishings, the interior architecture, as well as materials and techniques, plus some of the main designers.
During the 16th century furniture was the province of the menuisier who worked in solid wood.
Like styles, sawing techniques have changed through the years, and a close inspection of the unfinished underside of the table should reveal saw marks.
We carry a wide selection of replacement parts for cabinets and furniture in the most popular decorative styles from the last 200 years, all available in a variety of attractive finishes.
Measures : 83" high x 22.5" deep x 75" wide and internal depth 20" THE DRESSING TABLE : with original mirror set within an incised moulded frame with turned supports with turned finials to the top and leading to a row of three jewellery drawers separated by a carved panel.
The table top with moulded edge above a row of three drawers all of the drawers are ash lined with brass handles and separated by a carved panel.
The menuisier proper continued to be responsible for seat-furniture, table-supports, such furniture as buffets (a kind of cupboard) and armoires (wardrobes) of solid wood, the decorative carved panelling for walls (boiseries), door-cases and overdoor mouldings, and window-cases and shutters.
In this he was assisted by wood-carvers, and by painters, varnishers, and gilders.