Early British Chairs and Seats: 1500 - 1700

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    With a wealth of colour photographs taken specially for this volume, this book clarifies the nature and variety of chairs and seating in Britain from 1500 to 1700. Unusually, all the illustrations are accompanied by the dimensions of the pieces, and attention is drawn to restorations or missing parts or replacements, as well as to rare, fine or particularly interesting features. The author, Tobias Jellinek, handled and examined every piece illustrated. "Fine Seating in Britain" will help the new or wary enthusiast get to grips with some of the difficulties in authenticating old furniture, and by example and explanation will demonstrate what serious buyers should be looking for. It also displays the superb quality and fascinating range of the finest furniture of this period.

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    Number of Pages: 320
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781851495818
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    Listed in: Antique furniture / furniture collecting
    Publisher: ACC Art Books

    Books by Tobias Jellinek

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    RRP: £50.00

    Total: £32.46

    Save: £17.54 per copy!

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