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Antique Chest of Drawers

ANTIQUE CHEST OF DRAWERS

Fine bedroom furniture

Antique Wardrobes

ANTIQUE WARDROBES

A place for clothes

Antique Bookcase

ANTIQUE BOOKCASES

Elegant display furniture

Antique Mirrors

ANTIQUE MIRRORS

Mirror, mirror on the wall

Antique Dining Table

ANTIQUE DINING TABLES

Classic dining room furniture

Antique Chairs

ANTIQUE DINING CHAIRS

Dine in elegant comfort

ANTIQUES RESOURCES

Antique Furniture Makers: Thomas Chippendale

  Thomas Chippendale was born in Otley, West Yorkshire, in 1718. The son of a carpenter, he was apprenticed into the family trade. At that time in the North of England, much of the finer hand crafted furniture would have been made of Oak. Although charming, this didn't easily allow for the sophistication of detail that Chippendale is known and
Card table

Antique Card & Games Tables, Past & Present

Image courtesy of  www.historyextra.com Boards for playing games such backgammon and chequers have been used since Tudor times. However, bar a few exceptions, it was only after the restoration of English monarchy in 1660, under Charles II, that tables were made specifically for games. Most card tables were rectangular, with a flap that opened up to reveal a playing surface. On

Antique Furniture Makers: Ralph Turnbull

Ralph Turnbull (1788 – 1865) of Jamaica was a prominent, 19th century, cabinet maker and furniture designer. He became recognised internationally for his bold marquetry designs, and is widely credited as a driving force behind the creation of  a unique, colonial Jamaican style.  His creations showcased the variety and beauty of Jamaican timber; and his story, like his work, is
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