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Dresses, consideration for ladies', 83

Dressers, 79, 80

Dutch prototypes, 75

Dutch elements, 81

Influences, political and social, 70

" Queen-Anne "—continued

Literary requirements studied by the cabinet maker, 86 Men of mark, 73 Mirrors, wall, 89 Nomenclature of types, 89, 90 Origin of the style in England, 69 State patronage, 72 Seat owned by Mrs. J. Seymour Lucas, 84

Tables, 85 ,, card, 85 ,, writing, 85 Upholstery, development of, 82 Woods employed, 88

Richardson, George, 210 Riesener, 244 Rosis, Angelo, 207

Seventeenth century, political and social conditions in England during the, 3 Shakespeare's chair, 32 Shearer, T., 210 "Sheraton," 163-199 Bedsteads, 190

sofa, 192 Biographical, 163 Black, Adam, on Sheraton, 165 Book, Sheraton's, 166, 196, 197 Bookcases, 178 Bureau bookcases, 184 Chairs, 169-173, 174 Chair, 44 conversation," 173

,, 44 Shield Back," Sheraton's, 170 44 Cheval" glasses, 190 Clock cases, 195 Construction disguised, 177 Decorative character of the style, 172 Desks, 44 cylinder fall," 185 Detail, characteristic, 171 Dining-room furniture, 174 Draperies, 195 Dressing glass, 190 Escritoires, 184

Feminine requirements studied, 190 Inventive furniture, 179 Legs, 194

,, Turned, favoured, 171 Mechanics, Sheraton's love of, 180 Mirrors, toilet, 190

Neglect of furniture designers and makers by historians and encyclopaedists, 163

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