Index

44 Heppelwhite," 131-162 Aim, Heppelwhite's, 135 Bedsteads, 155

  • 41 Heppelwhite" and "Sheraton," compared, 155 Bedsteads, draping of, 155
  • quot;Heppelwhite" and " Chippendale," compared, 155, 156 Bedroom furniture, 150, 151 Book, Heppelwhite's, 134, 135 Bureau bookcases, 148 Cabinet work, 147 Candle stands, 145

" Cabriole," Heppelwhite and the, 142 Chairs, 137

,, 44 Shield Back," an analysis and comparison, 138-140 Chairs, arms, "Heppelwhite" and

" Sheraton," compared, 141 Chairs, legs, 141, 142 „ dimensions of, 142 ,, coverings of, 142 Chests of drawers, 152 Changes brought about in the furnishing of the home, 131-135 "Chippendale" and " Heppelwhite" ;

a comparison, 133, 134, 160-162 Commode, 153

Daintiness and refinement, growth of, i32. 134 " Dressing drawers," 153 Escritoires, 148

Heppelwhite not a copyist of Chippendale, 136, 137 " High Boys," 153

Interior," Heppelwhite," 160,161,162 Literary workers, furniture for, 147 " Library cases," 149 Pedestals, 157 Pedestal cupboards, 154 Prefaces, grandiloquent, 135, 136 Screens, " pole," 144 „ "horse," 144 Seats, window, 160 Secrétaires, 148 Settees, 159, 160 Sideboards, 156-159

"Heppelwhite" and " Sheraton," compared, 159 Side tables, 157 Sofas, " Bar Back," 159, 160 Stools, 160

Study of individual styles essential, 133

" Heppelwhite continued Tables, 143

  • card, 143
  • quot; Pembroke," 143

pier, 143 ,, tops, inlaid and painted, 143 ,, dressing, 152 ,, library, 150 "Tall Boys," 153 Tea caddies, 145 Toilet glasses, 154 Traceries, door, 149

" Heppelwhite "and44 Shera-ton," compared, 150 Vases, for water, 158 Vase knife cases, 158 Wardrobes, shelves v, hooks, 151 Washstands, 152

Hope, Thomas, 211

I nee, 208

" Jacobean," 36-67 Bedsteads, 37, 67

44 Bread-and-Cheese " cupboards, 44-47

Bow Palace, room from, 66 Carving, classification of, 40, 41 Chairs, 51-59 Chairs, 11 Acorn," 55

44 Lancashire," " Cheshire," and 41 Yorkshire," 55 ,, Flemish influence, 56-58 ,, " Holyrood," 56

Alexander Pope's, 57 ,, Spanish toe, 57 „ belonging to Mr. J. Seymour

Lucas, 59 ,, Height of seat, reason for, 61 Chests, 40-44

Conditions of manufacture, 54 Construction an indication of date, 48 ,, supersedes enrichment,

44 Court Cupboard " and 44 Bread-and-Cheese" cupboard compared, 44-46 Cromwellian furniture, 49, 50 Detail, characteristic, 4^-44 Dutch influence, 51

Enrichment, necessity for, in early work, 49 Foot stools, 62

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