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by Luke Vincent Lockwood
Colonial furniture in America. by. Lockwood, Luke Vincent, 1872-.
Colonial furniture in America. Luke Vincent Lockwood. THE object of the present volume is to furnish the collector, and other persons interested in the subject of American colonial furniture, with a trustworthy handbook on the subject, having especially. Charles Scribner's Sons. THE history of the cabinet-maker's art is the record of the unconscious struggle toward an ideal which, when finally attained, destroyed all further inspiration I. Introduction. Part 2. The Puritan emigration was, however, quite different.
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Two volumes of American Colonial furniture with 867 black and white illustrations of representative . A bible of Colonial American Furniture. NPT Books a division of .
Two volumes of American Colonial furniture with 867 black and white illustrations of representative pieces. Sections include Chests, Chests of Drawers, Cupboards and Sideboards, Desks and Scrutoires, Looking-Glasses, Chairs, Settees, Couches, and Sofas, Tables, Bedsteads, and Clocks. Luke Vincent Lockwood (Author).
Colonial Furniture in America rare book for sale. Colonial Furniture in America. New York: Charles Scribners' Sons, 1913. Quarto, contemporary three-quarter dark green morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt, uncut and unopened.
Colonial furniture in america by. COLONIAL FURNITURE Volume. time receiving from Spain and Italy the cane furniture which later came to England under Charles II. beer and cheese. New and greatly enlarged. With eight hundred and sixty-seven illustrations of representative pi IX is. Volume.
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Luke Vincent Lockwood was born February 1, 1872 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Luke A. Lockwood and his wife, Mary Louise Lyon, daughter of Captain William Lyon and Catherine Mead. Lockwood was the fifth great-Grandson of the English immigrant and Greenwich colonist, Robert Lockwood and his wife, Susan Norman, daughter of Captain Richard Norman. Lockwood was a lawyer and an author in the field of furniture design of the Federal Period in United States.
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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons. Publication Date: 1926.
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