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showing the order of their deve'opnient in these and adjoining countries.

All illustrations shozcn in this book are reproduced front pieces actually made or designed during the time the particular period they represent teas in vogue.

CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE

Showing tlie Order of lVr.od Styles from the Bt ginning of the Renaissance to the l^th Century.

ENGLAND

FRANCE

SOVEREIGN

STY1-E

REMARKS

STYLE

SOVEREIGN

tm e b* \M

HcryVHl 1509 1)47

Tudoi

About the duration of the Renai sance Period in other < ountrici.

o X

El jbeth 1558 !60J

Elizabethan

n

<r. Z o

Henry !I 1547 1559

o

Italy, 1443 1564

«

Jdmc 1 1003-1625

Ji -

•L.

Franc.1 !I

Chili« 1

u o 2

G( rm HIT

u

Henn-Deu*

155» 1560

10^5-164^

u

1525-1620

V

Charta IX 15bO-l574

1649 16*0

JjcoLcjn

F1enj:,h « Duti t

2 u. X

Ä

1520 1614

¡3 r

l Karle« II 1660 1665"

z u

Spain nrl Portugal,

(J e u af b.

¿o

Jam« il 1685 1688

Other European Countrn *

1500 1630

Henr Quat'f

Hicrv IV 1589-1610

1688 1702

William & Marv

I«uij True

l JIM« XIII !610 1643

Anne 1702 1714

Queen Anne

i Barncco Styles,, ivsinninj o( die Roe >co,

Loui. Quatorze

Loui- XIV 1643.1715

1714-1727

Chippendale,

PERIOD

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Cat Bctm if " Direct' *," 1 ubliahed j 754 aad i later edUoo 1762.

Hfppflwhite * bt Ti r Car-Bk.tn.aker *nd L pKf'-«crerV Guue. 1 It').

R &' AHjn, 1750-00

S U O Si

I -»Uii Qunzc

Loui. XV 1715-1747

George 11 1727 1760

1 Iepi el white, AH im

GEORGIAN 1

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1 oui. Sei7e

Lou«. XVI ¡747-1793

Sheraton

George ¡11 1760 1820

Stvr.k[.'' look, 'Ti e Cilmetmatter IDO L'j So] <erer% Dr iwina Bo >k,rt WA. j j- , 17-J A later edi*ica in 1512.

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Eirptrc

Natjofcon 1703-1814

EGYPTIAN

Stone was the principal building material of the Egyptians but wood and metal were used for the lighter articles. All three materials were employed in making furniture.

The principal woods were the sycamore, cedar and some varieties of palm.

Carving and inlaying were used, but painting was the predominating method of decoration. The motifs used in decorations were the li'ljr, lotus flower, date palm and reed.

The following illustrations show the character of their furir.ture and ornamentation.

Egyptian Columns Showing Chara.-ter cf Ornament.
Fgvptùa Chair.
I ;îyptian Upbolitered Chair in British Museum.

EnjptUr Sltol (ovfrrd io I«c»thrr in British Muséum. "TyWittU Uy

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