The Furniture of Charleston 1680-1820
The Furniture of Charleston, 1680-1820 is an unprecedented comparative study of surviving furniture with thorough biographies of the craftsmen to produce the most comprehensive analysis of the early furniture trade in Charleston, South Carolina. The authors incorporate microscopic wood analysis and extensive understanding of both southern and northern furniture construction and styles to create a publication that enables readers for the first time to identify the specific features unique to Charleston furniture and the hallmarks of the artisans working in that city.
Set of 3: Volume I: Colonial Furniture Volume II: Neoclassical Furniture Volume III: The Cabinetmakers
Written by Bradford L. Rauschenberg and John Bivins, Jr
The Frank L. Horton Series
Hardback in slipcase
2003 Old Salem Inc. and The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
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