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Vintage Furniture Articles
Original vintage furniture magazine articles display wonderfully matted and framed. Unique old collectibles for Adapt to Your House, Antiques, Care and Restoration of Textiles, Servants Room, Duncan Phyfe, Early American Furniture, Eighteenth Century Furniture, Fireplace and Frame, Home Decorating, Interior Design, Ironwork, Oak, Old English Mirrors, Lamps and Candlesticks, Oriental Rugs and more!
Original vintage magazine article, AN ACCOMPLISHMENT IN FURNITURE by Roger B more. Whitman, Photographs by Louis H. Dreyer. Wood carvings in furniture made by Mark Fenderson. American Indian and early settler and frontiersmen are decorative motifs employed by Mr. Fenderson . Every piece of furniture carries his marque a palette and sheaf of brushes. Pictured are The easel desk equipped for Mrs. Fenderson's miniature painting, with an interesting chair. The head board of the bed is a light hearted epic of sleep. The "Covered Wagon" buffet, on which is depicted less
Original vintage magazine article, Adapt Your Furniture to Your House more. by Charles O. Cornelius, Sketches by O.R. Eggers. Pictured is a beautiful color sketch The relation that should exist between a house and its furnishings is strongly exemplified in this room whose paneled walls, in character as well as in scale, agree harmoniously with the Queen Anne furniture. Old 1922 furniture article. 4 pages.approximate size 9 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article, Travels of an Itinerant Antiquer by Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild, Illustrations by the Author more. Old 1925 magazine article. 4 pages.approximate size 10 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article titled, THE CARE & RESTORATION OF TEXTILES by Jessie Martin Breese, Photographs from A more.U. Dillery and Arthur H. Lee & Sons. Tapestry, needlework, and rugs are pictured. Old 1922 article. less
Original vintage magazine article, featuring DUNCAN PHYFE furniture New Light on Duncan Phyfe, Cabinet Maker, Part II by Charles Over Cornelius, more. Assistant Curator, Department of Decorative Arts Metropolitan Museum of Art, Sketch by O.R. Eggers. Pictured are: One of Phyfe's rare four poster beds, all four posts are carved; A cheval glass of graceful design ornamented by elaborate veneer, reeding and turning; A small Phyfe sideboard of purest Sheraton derivation; A game table; Sewing stand of light colored mahogany; The lower portion of a piano made by Phyfe. Old 1922 antique furniture article. 2 pages.
Original vintage magazine article titled, EARLY AMERICAN FURNITURE IN THE MODERN HOME by Walter Dyer more. Illustrations by John Floyd Yewell, reproduced from "The Homes of Our Ancestors" by R.T. Haines Halsey and Elizabeth Tower, illustrated is an early eighteenth century room from Hampton, NH, a mid-eighteenth century painted paneled room from the home of a prosperous planter of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, a ballroom from Gadsby's Tavern, Alexandria, VA, a painted paneled room of the middle of the eighteenth century from Marmion, VA, a room from a house in Philadelphia built in 1768, a less
Original vintage magazine article titled, EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE FURNITURE more. By Harold Donalson Eberlein. Pictured are late Eighteen century corner cupboard made of maple, three late seventeenth century New England chairs made of clear grained maple, early eighteenth century American secretary in Queen Anne style, made entirely of curly maple, late seventeenth century American maple chair with cane seat and back, early American chest of drawers of maple and mahogany, in the manner of Sheraton, and an early eighteenth century American secretary of straight grained mapl less
Original vintage magazine article, ADAPT YOUR FURNITURE TO YOUR HOUSE more. IV - The Mid Eighteenth Century by Charles Over Cornelius, sketches by O.R. Eggers, Pictured area block front secretary, American Chippendale table and chairs, five chairs showing the variety of designs for period splats, American Chippendale dresser, mahogany table and chairs. Old 1922 article.Approximate size 9 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article, THE ESSENTIALLY WELL PLANNED ROOM by Howard Major more. Also included is the article Painted Furniture Adds a Cheerful Note to the Summer Home by Ralph C. Erskine. 3 beautiful color Country Life Prints: Fruits and flowers - an eminently suitable still life for the buffet recess or for the dining room overmatel , flower painting by Carle J. Blenner, Set in a recessed panel which fits the canvas, this group of flower paintings has all the effect of mural decorations Flower painting by Carle J. Blenner, and The spirit of spring informs thi less
Original vintage magazine article titled, GEORG JENSEN, SILVERSMITH by Jessie Martin Breese more. Elaborate candlesticks and covered dish, simple tea service. Georg Jensen, master silversmith from Denmark opened "Rue de la Paix" in New York. Silver spoons, knives, forks, bowls. Old 1925 silversmith article.Approximate size 9 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article, THE IMPORTANCE OF THE HALLWAY by Elsie Cobb Wilson more. Color prints by Walter Gay. Country Life Prints courtesy of Wildenstein Galleries. Prints are: In the Musee Correr, Venice. Walls hung with old yellow silk form an effective background for the green lacquered commode and the paintings by Guardi, Lonhgi, and Rosalba; The Yellow Sofa - a Chateau du Breau interior; Chinoiserie - A room in the Villa Sylvia, Saint-Jean-sur-Mer, France, the property of Ralph W. Curtis, Esq. Blue and white Chinese porcelains are on the table and in the cabine less
Original vintage magazine article WHERE THE FAMILY GATHERS, by Mary Davis Gillies, art by Wood more. Diagram of the placement of furniture. Old 1930 home decorating article. Two-pages.
Approximate size 10 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article titled THE IMPORTANCE OF MANTELS by Lee McCann more. Photographs from Edwin Jackson Todhunter and Wm H. Jackson Company. Features an example of Flaxman's art removed from the London mansion of the Marrquis of Blandford, early Franklin stove, early Victorian carving, from the old Schermerhorn mansion in New York City, and much more. Old 1929 original country home article. 3 pages..
Original vintage magazine article titled INCIDENTAL FURNITURE more. includes English Windsor Chair. William and Mary fireside bench, tea cart, tip-top tea table, drop leaf desk, and more period furniture! Old 1917 antique furniture article.Approximate size 10 x 14 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article, TREATING THE HOUSE, photographs by Redell of Sutton Place, NYC apartments more. Tips for painting, rugs, furniture, color schemes, interior decorating.Treating the House When you feel that furniture moving, fixing up the house urge coming on, here are the latest pointers on decoration to help you do it with a dash of difference by Betty Thornley Stuart. Old 1934 NYC magazine article. one page.Approximate size 10 x 13 inches. less
Original vintage magazine article titled IRONWORK - Architectural Heritage from the South more. Sketches by Harry Marinsky. Wrought balcony at 8 Meeting Street in Charleston, SC. Sketch of a balcony, and balcony and elaborately dignified entrance grille in New Orleans, LA. A fence at 14 Legare Street, Charleston, SC, residence of Mr and Mrs. James N Andrews in Charleston, SC. Old 1936 article.Approximate size 9 x 14 inches. less