Queen Anneearly Georgian

7A New England Transition Chair 54

7B Early Queen Anne Maple Chair 54

8A Walnut Table with Extended Top 54

8B Side Chairs of the Finest Type 54

9A Louis XV Fauteuil 54

9B Queen Anne Walnut Arm Chair 54

10A Walnut Arm Chair by William Savery 54

10B Label on Above Chair 54

11A Georgian Wing-chair 55

11B Queen Anne Transition to Chippendale 55

12A Flat-top Maple Highboy 5S

12B Cheit-of-drawers with Bracket Feet 55

13 A William and Mary Chair, Queen Anne Drop-leaf Table 5 5

13B Maple Two-piece Desk 55

14A Corner Cupboard 55

14B Corner China-closet 55

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14B Corner China-closet 55

CHIPPENDALE

15 A Chairs of Queen Anne Derivation Type 74

15C Chair with French Lattice Back 74 .

16A Chair Formerly Owned by General Anthony Wayne . 74

16B Chair with Straight Legs and Stretchers 74

17 Philadelphia Chair with Double-arched Seat-rail . . 74

18 Chair with Gothic Tendencies in Back 74

19 Chair with Gothic Back 75

20A Elaborate Wing-chair 75

20B Detail of the Above Chair 75

21 Upholstered Arm Chair with Carved Fret Ornament. 75

22A Chinese Chippendale Chair with Perforated Fret . . 75

22B Ladder-back Arm and Side Chair 75

23A Washington's Sofa in Independence Hall 84

23 B Typical Roll-arm Sofa with Stretchers 84

24 Rococo Pier-table from Cadwalader House, Phila delphia 84

25A Card-table of Pre-Chippendale Design 84

26 Card-table with French Latticed Corners 84

27A Galleried Table with Raised Stretcher and Brackets . 85

27B Small Table with Straight Legs and Brackets 85 28A Block-front Dressing-table of Northern New England

Type 85

28B Desk Believed to be by John Goddard 85

29A Early Dutch-Colonial Desk in Ceylon 85

29B Ribband-back Chair and Fire Screens from "The

Director" 85

30 Bookcase with Gothic Tracery 85

31 Block-front Secretary-bookcase, Northern New Eng land Type 90

32 Secretary-bookcase Ckfisely Resembling English Ex amples 90

33 Philadelphia Rococo Highboy in Untouched Condi tion 90

34 -Philadelphia Highboy with Bonnet-top 90

35 Philadelphia Highboy with Carved Apron 91

36 Philadelphia Highboy with Separate Pediment ... 91

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37 Small Highboy with Flat Top 91

38 Rococo Commode of Authentic Chippendale Origin . 91

39 Double-che&-of-drawers with Separate Pediment . . 94

40 Double-che& from Derby House, Salem, Mass. ... 94

41 Marriage High-cheil of the Philadelphia Neighbour hood 94

42 Che&-of-drawers and Label of Jonathan Go&elowe,

Philadelphia 94

43 Flat-front Che&-of-drawers, Mirror of 1790-1800, and Wall Brackets 95

44A Late Bow-front Che&-of-drawers 95

44B Labelled Lowboy Made by Thomas Tufft 95

45 Four-poft Bedhead of Pre-Chippendale Design ... 95

46 Georgian Bedhead, Chippendale Stool and Lowboy,

Sheraton Bason-iland and Chair 95

HEPPLEWHITE, SHEARER, AND SHERATON

47A Chair, Transition from Chippendale no

47B Shield-back Arm Chair no

48 Two Hepplewhite Shield-back Side Chairs no

49 Hepplewhite Side and Arm Chair 1 ro

50A Hepplewhite Chair with Cornucopia Balu&ers ... no

50B An AttracSlive Hepplewhite Back-design no

51A Hepplewhite Interlaced-Heart Side Chairs in

5iB Hepplewhite Decorated Chairs in

52A Two Square-back Balu&er Chairs from Hepplewhite's

"Guide" hi

52B Balu&er Arm-support from Hepplewhite's "Guide" . in

53 Two Sheraton Chairs with Stretchers m

54 Two Sheraton Side Chairs of Cha&e Design in

55 An Ornate Sheraton Chair-back 114

56 Ladder-back Chair of the Classic Period 114

57A Two Sofa Designs from Hepplewhite's "Guide" . . 114

57B Sofa Design from Sheraton's "Drawing-book" ... 114

58 Hepplewhite Sofa Made in Salem, Massachusetts . . 114

59 Sheraton Sofa by Duncan Phyfe 115

60 Sheraton Sofa Made in Salem, Massachusetts ... 115

61 Sheraton Sofa with Persisting Camel-back • 115

62 Two Designs for Sideboards by Shearer 115

63 Hepplewhite Sideboard in Inlaid Mahogany 118

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64 Two Designs for Sideboards from Hepplewhite's

"Guide" 118

65 Two English Inlaid Serpentine Sideboards 118

66A Design for a Sideboard by Sheraton 118

66B Perspective Contours of Sheraton Sideboard Tops . . 118

67 Sheraton Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard 119

68A Sheraton Chair-backs from His "Drawing-book" . . 119

68B An English Rendering of a Sheraton Side-table ... 119

69 Sheraton Sideboard or Large Pier-table 119

70 New England Sheraton Sideboard with Extended Legs 119

71 Sheraton Sideboard with Paw-feet 124

72A Transition Table, Chippendale to Hepplewhite ... 124

72B Hepplewhite Inlaid Card-table 124

73 Hepplewhite Semi-circular Card-table 124

74 Hepplewhite Card-table Made in the South 124

75 Hepplewhite Inlaid Side-table i 125

76 Two Sheraton Inlaid Card-tables Made in New Eng land 125

77 Sheraton Mahogany Dressing-table 125

78 Sheraton Dressing-table with Ringed Legs 125

79 Sheraton New England Desk and Sheraton Chair . . 128

80 Sheraton New England Tambour Desk and Rat-foot

Table 128

81 Sheraton Light Mahogany Inlaid Desk 128

82A Hepplewhite Maple and Mahogany Cheil-of-drawers . 128

82B Desk of Mountain Cherry 128

83 Sheraton Secretary-bookcase of the Philadelphia

Neighbourhood 129

84 Labelled Salem Secretary-bookcase in South Africa . 129 85A Pediment from Sheraton's "Cabinet Directory," 1803 129

85 B Sheraton Secretary-bookcase with Gothic Doors . . 129

86 Sheraton Tambour Secretary-bookcase, Massachusetts 129

87 Sheraton Secretary-bookcase, Philadelphia Neighbour hood 130

88 Neo-classic China-closet, Inlaid 130

89 Sheraton Bedilead at Upsala, Germantown 131

90 Sheraton Field-bed in Massachusetts 131

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