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Design Styles
 
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Queen Anne, Chippendale and Hepplewhite and Sheraton styles are compared.
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Warlick Furniture, Sheraton Chair
 
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This video documents the making of two arm chairs to match a Sheraton period set. Music by Pell Mell, Interstate, 1995.
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What are the Different Types of Furniture Styles
 
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Without familiarizing yourself with a furniture styles guide, how will you know what type of furniture you're looking for in your home? If you want to go for a classic look, do you choose antique, traditional, or mid-century style furniture? And what is the difference between contemporary and modern? Everyone has a unique taste in the furniture by which they decorate their homes, but it can be hard to find "your look" if you don't know what it's called. A Brief History of Types of Furniture Styles Furniture has been a staple of wealth and luxury for centuries, from the Jacobean style of the 1600s through the Scandinavian contemporary style of the 1900s. Here's an overview of the many furniture styles we've seen prior to the 21st century, and the key characteristics of each one: o Jacobean (1600-1690): Straight lines, ornate carvings, dark finish. o William and Mary (1690-1735): Dutch and Chinese influences, trumpet turned legs, Spanish ball feet, Oriental lacquer-work. o Queen Anne (1700-1755): Cabriole legs, pad or drake feet, fiddle-backed chair, bat-wing-shaped drawer pulls. o Pennsylvania Dutch: (1720-1830): American and Germanic influences, colorful folk painting on cases. o Chippendale (1750-1790): Classified into Gothic, French, and Chinese influences; more elaborately developed from the Queen Anne style; cabriole legs; ball and claw feet; broken pediment scroll top on tall cases. o Hepplewhite (1765-1800): Neoclassical style, delicate appearance, tapered legs, contrasting veneers and inlay. o Federal (1780-1820): Combination of Hepplewhite and Sheraton styles, gracefully straight lines, tapered legs, use of inlay. o Sheraton (1780-1820): Neoclassical style, delicately straight lines, contrasting veneers, neoclassical motifs, and ornamentation. o American Empire (1800-1840): Classical ornamentation, course carvings, dark finish. o Victorian (1840-1910): Heavy proportions, dark finish, elaborate ornamentation. o Arts and Craft (1880-1910): Simple, utilitarian design. o Scandinavian Contemporary (1930-1950): Simple utilitarian design made with natural wood. Your Guide to Furniture Design Styles of Today While you can get many of the more historical styles in specialty stores, the styles you find today are very different. Since then, furniture fashion has deviated from the more ornate classical looks to more contemporary, bold styles that blur the lines between artistry and functionality. Here are some of today's furniture design styles with which you may already be familiar: Antique If the above, old century styles appeal to you, you may be more interested in antique furniture. In order for a piece of furniture to be considered "antique," it must be at least 100 years old. Antique furniture is typically made from wood and has unique, ornate details that allow dealers to easily date them. Traditional Combining the best of Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Sheraton styles, traditional furniture typically feature graceful ornamentation, straightened lines, and tapered legs. Vintage Vintage furniture are typically older pieces that exhibit the best quality of a particular detail associated with a certain era. These pieces are younger than antiques and are typically used. Rustic The rustic style brings warmth and coziness into any home. This style is typically made with timber or other natural materials, including hide, cotton, or linen. furniture styles guide bassett furniture olivia accent chair Art Deco Characterized by its geometric and angular shapes, art deco is a style that unites funky patterns with materials such as chrome, glass, and mirrors. Retro Today, people may think retro and vintage are similar, thanks to the mass pop up of thrift shops and misnomers. However, retro furniture is typically defined by more modern designs that imitate past fashion trends. Modern Modern is best known for its use of monochromatic color palettes and using materials such as steel, vinyl, leather, and plastic. This furniture style resulted from the early 1900s modernist movement. Contemporary The confusing aspect of contemporary style is that it refers to furniture that is popular today. Many companies pair "modern" and "contemporary" together, but the problem with that is that modern only refers to modern style, while contemporary is used to reference the furniture designs of today. -------------------------------------------------- ►WELCOME TO HOME&IDEAS CHANNEL •Subscribe to HOME&IDEAS YouTube Channel : https://goo.gl/kmXXvu -------------------------------------------------- ►CONNECT WITH HOME & IDEAS ! •Google+ : https://goo.gl/5oYKeb •Twitter : https://goo.gl/xahrkn •Facebook : https://goo.gl/WS7XTq •Instagram : https://goo.gl/g9MQi6 •Pinterest : https://goo.gl/fTko4U
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Furniture Styles & Types Guide
 
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Without familiarizing yourself with a furniture styles guide, how will you know what type of furniture you're looking for in your home? If you want to go for a classic look, do you choose antique, traditional, or mid-century style furniture? And what is the difference between contemporary and modern? Everyone has a unique taste in the furniture by which they decorate their homes, but it can be hard to find "your look" if you don't know what it's called. A Brief History of Types of Furniture Styles Furniture has been a staple of wealth and luxury for centuries, from the Jacobean style of the 1600s through the Scandinavian contemporary style of the 1900s. Here's an overview of the many furniture styles we've seen prior to the 21st century, and the key characteristics of each one: o Jacobean (1600-1690): Straight lines, ornate carvings, dark finish. o William and Mary (1690-1735): Dutch and Chinese influences, trumpet turned legs, Spanish ball feet, Oriental lacquer-work. o Queen Anne (1700-1755): Cabriole legs, pad or drake feet, fiddle-backed chair, bat-wing-shaped drawer pulls. o Pennsylvania Dutch: (1720-1830): American and Germanic influences, colorful folk painting on cases. o Chippendale (1750-1790): Classified into Gothic, French, and Chinese influences; more elaborately developed from the Queen Anne style; cabriole legs; ball and claw feet; broken pediment scroll top on tall cases. o Hepplewhite (1765-1800): Neoclassical style, delicate appearance, tapered legs, contrasting veneers and inlay. o Federal (1780-1820): Combination of Hepplewhite and Sheraton styles, gracefully straight lines, tapered legs, use of inlay. o Sheraton (1780-1820): Neoclassical style, delicately straight lines, contrasting veneers, neoclassical motifs, and ornamentation. o American Empire (1800-1840): Classical ornamentation, course carvings, dark finish. o Victorian (1840-1910): Heavy proportions, dark finish, elaborate ornamentation. o Arts and Craft (1880-1910): Simple, utilitarian design. o Scandinavian Contemporary (1930-1950): Simple utilitarian design made with natural wood. Your Guide to Furniture Design Styles of Today While you can get many of the more historical styles in specialty stores, the styles you find today are very different. Since then, furniture fashion has deviated from the more ornate classical looks to more contemporary, bold styles that blur the lines between artistry and functionality. Here are some of today's furniture design styles with which you may already be familiar: Antique If the above, old century styles appeal to you, you may be more interested in antique furniture. In order for a piece of furniture to be considered "antique," it must be at least 100 years old. Antique furniture is typically made from wood and has unique, ornate details that allow dealers to easily date them. Traditional Combining the best of Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Sheraton styles, traditional furniture typically feature graceful ornamentation, straightened lines, and tapered legs. Vintage Vintage furniture are typically older pieces that exhibit the best quality of a particular detail associated with a certain era. These pieces are younger than antiques and are typically used. Rustic The rustic style brings warmth and coziness into any home. This style is typically made with timber or other natural materials, including hide, cotton, or linen. furniture styles guide bassett furniture olivia accent chair Art Deco Characterized by its geometric and angular shapes, art deco is a style that unites funky patterns with materials such as chrome, glass, and mirrors. Retro Today, people may think retro and vintage are similar, thanks to the mass pop up of thrift shops and misnomers. However, retro furniture is typically defined by more modern designs that imitate past fashion trends. Modern Modern is best known for its use of monochromatic color palettes and using materials such as steel, vinyl, leather, and plastic. This furniture style resulted from the early 1900s modernist movement. Contemporary The confusing aspect of contemporary style is that it refers to furniture that is popular today. Many companies pair "modern" and "contemporary" together, but the problem with that is that modern only refers to modern style, while contemporary is used to reference the furniture designs of today. -------------------------------------------------- ►WELCOME TO HOME&IDEAS CHANNEL •Subscribe to HOME&IDEAS YouTube Channel : https://goo.gl/kmXXvu -------------------------------------------------- ►CONNECT WITH HOME & IDEAS ! •Google+ : https://goo.gl/5oYKeb •Twitter : https://goo.gl/xahrkn •Facebook : https://goo.gl/WS7XTq •Instagram : https://goo.gl/g9MQi6 •Pinterest : https://goo.gl/fTko4U
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Types Guide & Furniture Styles , Furniture design ideas
 
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There are plenty of different styles of furniture on the market, but with so many terms getting thrown around it’s hard to know what is what! Here we have broken down the most commonly used terms to give you a hand with choosing your ideal furniture style. Read on to get tips on how to recognize the differences between furniture styles that are often confused: • Antique vs. Vintage • Traditional vs. Rustic • Art Deco vs. Retro • Shabby Chic vs. French provincial • Modern vs. Contemporary Plus we’ve pulled extra information for you on each of the styles. Antique vs. Vintage Antique furniture includes pieces from an earlier period. It is often crafted out of wood and its age, condition, unique features and rarity determine how collectible the piece is and therefore, how high its value. Genuine antiques are, by definition, at least 100 years old and often have to be purchased from experienced dealers to guarantee authenticity. Vintage furniture on the other hand is between twenty and one hundred years old and is easily recognisable as belonging to a particular period within that time. Once you know what you’re looking for, spotting it is easier than it sounds! Traditional vs. Rustic Traditional furniture is formal furniture from the Victorian period. It combines features from the Queen Anne period – graceful and elaborately decorated, Chippendale style – artistic embellishment and straightened out lines and Sheraton style – delicate pieces with tapered legs and contrasting inlays. Together this creates a comfortable and warm environment with hand crafted, dark timber pieces, over stuffed, plush sofas and elegant fabrics. Rustic style furniture is influenced by many different styles coming together to create warm, natural and honest interiors. If furniture is rustic it will often be made of a warm timber or a natural material like animal hide, cotton or linen. It has a worn and homely appearance and is often more relaxed then formal. Scandinavian and industrial furniture design are usually synonymous with being rustic. Art Deco vs. Retro Art Deco is an eclectic style that combines Machine Age imagery and materials with traditional crafts. The style is characterized by geometric and angular shapes, materials like chrome, glass, shiny fabrics, mirrors and mirror tiles as well as stylized images of aeroplanes, cars and skyscrapers. With the success of The Great Gatsby movie and TV series like Boardwalk Empire, Art Deco is back in full force. Retro furniture can be harder to define. When we think of Retro design we usually conjure up ideas of mod, geometric shapes in teal, yellow and brown or flashbacks to the kitchen from the Brady Bunch with its tulip table and orange splash back. Technically, retro furniture design is defined as aspects of modern culture which imitate trends, modes and fashions of the recent past which had come to be unfashionable. Shabby Chic vs. French provincial French provincial furniture is exactly what its title depicts. Characterised by the styles popular in the French provinces in the 17th and 18th century, this furniture style has a classic yet country feel to it. Ladder back dining chairs with woven seats, simple scalloped carving, large armoires or French sideboards with decorative moldings are all key features of this style. Shabby Chic furniture, while similar, is more casual and often has a distressed appearance. The Furniture is typically white with a feminine and romantic feel. Like French provincial, this style originated from country houses but incorporates more up-cycling and salvaging of furniture. Modern vs. Contemporary Modern furniture originated under the modernist movement in the early 1900’s. It often combines leather, vinyl, steel, moulded plywood and plastics with a monochromatic colour scheme to create sleek and stylish interiors. Big name designers like Herman Miller, Hans Knoll and Charles and Ray Eames are the faces for this design era and you’ll often find replicas of their modern furniture designs on the market today. The Barcelona chair is a timeless example of modern design. Modern furniture design is a defined style and will always refer to the modernist period of time, contemporary furniture design however, refers to furniture that is popular and used now, in the present. Furniture will often be described as “modern and contemporary”, which is where the confusion comes in between these two styles. -------------------------------------------------- ►WELCOME TO HOME&IDEAS CHANNEL •Subscribe to HOME&IDEAS YouTube Channel : https://goo.gl/kmXXvu -------------------------------------------------- ►CONNECT WITH HOME & IDEAS ! •Google+ : https://goo.gl/5oYKeb •Twitter : https://goo.gl/xahrkn •Facebook : https://goo.gl/WS7XTq •Instagram : https://goo.gl/g9MQi6 •Pinterest : https://goo.gl/fTko4U
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Sheraton Writing Desk - Turning the legs
 
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First part of a series in making a Sheraton style writing desk from cherry. This is NOT meant to be a lesson on how to turn a leg, as I am in now way an expert. If you have any tips after watching, please let me know!
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Sheraton Writing Desk - Furniture Assembly With The Festool Domino
 
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This is a first for me! Instead of mortise and tenon joinery that I would normally use on a piece like this, the entire desk assembly is put together with the Festool Domino. It went incredibly fast, and it came out perfect!
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Walnut Nightstand with reeded legs handmade by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers
 
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These Sheraton Style Nightstands are made of solid premium grade walnut. Details include; hand turned and carved tapered reeded legs, two fully dovetailed drawers with figured crotch walnut drawer fronts, applied cock-beading, and a hand rubbed finish with brass hardware. These pieces along with all the furniture we make is made with traditional, time tested joinery and techniques. For more information on the custom furniture and reproduction furniture we make visit our website. Contact us with any questions or to get a quote. Thanks for watching. music by: trace bundy http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Walnut_Nightstands.html http://www.dwfurnituremakers.com http://www.dwfurnituremakers.com/Portfolio.html http://www.dwfurnituremakers.com/Antique_Reproduction_Furniture.html http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Current_Projects.html
NIghtstands with Bamboo Ring style Turned Legs by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers
 
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These custom made Nightstands are designed with a combination of the Sheraton form with Bamboo style ring turned legs. These Nightstands are handmade of spectacular tiger maple cut from the same log for perfect figure and color match throughout both tables. These Nightstands are made with time tested joinery and hand cut dovetailed drawers. A Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers we make fine handmade furniture and reproduction furniture to order. We combine the finest hardwoods available today along with a meticulous attention to detail and overall quality to offer our clients a valuable future family heirloom that can be enjoyed for generations to come. http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Nightstands.html http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/End_Tables_Nightstands.html http://dwfurnituremakers.com/ http://dwfurnituremakers.com/Antique_Reproduction_Furniture.html
Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=15094 - Newel.com: Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany arm chairs with lattice design back and damash upholstered seat (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, chair/arm chair-pair, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Walnut Open Front Bookcase Sheraton Furniture
 
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http://www.canonburyantiques.com/s/bookcases/sheraton-open-front-bookcase/1/ http://www.canonburyantiques.com
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Furniture - Why Is Adam King?
 
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Download for free from Bandcamp: https://furniture.bandcamp.com/album/twilight-chases-the-sun
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Sheraton Furniture 50th anniversary
 
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Sheraton Furniture of Willoughby Ohio 50th Anniversary
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English Antique Sheraton/Hepplewhite Seating and Chairs
 
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http://www.newel.com/English-Sheraton=Hepplewhite-seating-antiques-n102.html - Newel.com: English Antique Sheraton/Hepplewhite Seating and Chairs for Sale (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) mahogany serpenti
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=15453 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) mahogany serpentine front console table with 3 drawers with brass hardware and banded inlay (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, console table, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) mahogany conferen
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=15723 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) mahogany conference table with banded edge and bowed center in 4 sections on 3 splay foot pedestal bases with brass lion paw feet (KITTINGER) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, conference table, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Set Adams Dining Chairs Mahogany Sheraton Furniture
 
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http://www.canonburyantiques.com/pages/subcat_page_nc.php?titlecat=CHAIRS&idp= Set Adams Dining Chairs Mahogany Sheraton Furniture Canonbury Antiques - large showroom 25 minutes north of London. Art deco, antiques, architectural, dining furniture, English and Continental furniture.
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Hepplewhite Sideboard handmade by Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers
 
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This custom Sideboard is handmade with Hepplewhite and Sheraton style influences. This finely proportioned sideboard is made from premium grade mahogany with four doors made of tiger maple with mahogany banding and ebony and holly stringing. At Doucette and Wolfe Furniture Makers we make fine custom and reproduction furniture with a meticulous attention to detail using the finest hardwoods available. Visit our website for more information and contact us with any question you have. http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Hepplewhite_Sideboard.html http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Colonial_Furniture.html http://www.doucetteandwolfefurniture.com/Colonial_Furniture.html http://www.dwfurnituremakers.com http://www.dwfurnituremakers.com/Portfolio.html
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany cabinet
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=979 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany cabinet with shield shaped lattice door and curved glass sides (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, cabinet/case-piece, display cabinet/vitrine, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) rosewood pole
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=1243 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) rosewood pole screen with rectangular needlepoint framed panel and banded inlaid base (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, fireplace accessory, pole screen, rosewood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=794 - Newel.com: Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood shield back arm chairs with painted and cane back panels (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, chair/arm chair-pair, satinwood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 106 NewelAntiques
Collecting 18th Century Chairs : Windsor-Sheraton Chairs from the 18th Century
 
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Learn about 18th century Windsor-Sheraton antique chairs in this free video on furniture collecting and collectibles. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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Antique English Sheraton style (18/19th Cent) mahogany
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=976 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (18/19th Cent) mahogany breakfront with secretary front center drawer and 8 doors (4 with lattice glass on top) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, cabinet/case-piece, secretary, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 47 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood recamie
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=176 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood recamier with floral painted design and white upholstery with bolster and seat cushion (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, chaise/recamier, satinwood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 50 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany double
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=830 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany double shield back loveseat with upholstered seat (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, loveseat/settee, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 68 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany and
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=4107 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany and inlaid adjustable music stand with lyre top (ON HOLD) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, misc. furniture, music stand, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 39 NewelAntiques2
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany bow
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=15011 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany bow front small chest with 4 drawer and banded satinwood inlay design (original hardware replaced) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, cabinet/case-piece, chest, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 59 NewelAntiques4
Antique Furniture : About Queen Anne Furniture
 
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The Queen Anne design of furniture goes back to the early 1700s, and it involves straight lines and graceful cabriole legs. Find out why Queen Anne styles have stayed popular over the years with help from an antique furniture dealer in this free video on Queen Anne furniture. Expert: Karen Booth Bio: Karen Booth and her husband, Jim, own Cape Fear Antiques and Consignment, and offer Wilmingtons finest collection of antiques and estate home furnishings. Filmmaker: Rendered Communications
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Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany fluted
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=4106 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany fluted pedestal base adjustable music stand with lyre top and banded inlay (ON HOLD) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, misc. furniture, music stand, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 16 NewelAntiques2
Our love affair for English Homes & English Furniture. Chippendale, Queen Anne, Sheraton
 
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http://www.amithaverma.com Our love affair for English Homes & English Furniture. Chippendale, Queen Anne, Sheraton I love, love period European homes, especially elegant English Manor homes, countryside cottages and British townhomes. Learn more about these classic style of architecture and styles of furniture. In this video you’ll also learn how to use elegant pieces alongside modern touches for a truly timeless style!
How to fix a broken table leg /Sheraton style table
 
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Rustic David shows how he repairs a broken table leg using a floating tenon.
Views: 798 Rustic David
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany inlaid
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=977 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany inlaid secretary with 2 lattice doors (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, cabinet/case-piece, secretary, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 50 NewelAntiques
Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=1041 - Newel.com: Antique Pair of English Sheraton style (19th Cent) satinwood shield back side chairs with painted and cane back panels (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, chair/side chair-pair, satinwood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 96 NewelAntiques
Antique Set of 8 English Sheraton style (19/20th Cent)
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=780 - Newel.com: Antique Set of 8 English Sheraton style (19/20th Cent) mahogany carved wheat fan back side chairs with blue seat (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, seating, chair/set, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 14 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style light mahogany kneehole
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=1108 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style light mahogany kneehole partners desk with oval leather top and inlaid trim (19th Cent.) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, desk/partner's desk, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 47 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style satinwood and mahogany fluted
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=1385 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style satinwood and mahogany fluted inlaid sewing table with serpentine shaped flip top and stretcher (19th Cent.) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, end table, satinwood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 48 NewelAntiques
Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany pedestal
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=9206 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (19th Cent) mahogany pedestal base end table with 2 drawers (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, end table, mahogany) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 36 NewelAntiques3
Sheraton Furniture Willoughby Ohio
 
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Welcome to Sheraton Furniture in Willoughby Ohio
Views: 410 sheratonfurn
Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) yew wood 6 legged
 
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http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=1070 - Newel.com: Antique English Sheraton style (20th Cent) yew wood 6 legged console table with shaped sides and drawer (PRICED EACH) (English, Sheraton/Hepplewhite, table, console table, yew wood) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
Views: 204 NewelAntiques
A Guide to Collecting 19th Century Chairs : Types of 19th Century Chairs: Late Sheraton Hitchcock
 
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Late Sheraton Hitchcock chairs; learn about style, features and more in this free video on 19th century chair collecting and antique appraisal. Expert: Sue Shea Contact: www.SheaAntique.com Bio: Sue Shea has been dealing in antiques since 1979, and has her own shop, Shea Antiques, located in Shelburne Falls, MA. Her passion is early American 18th & 19th century antique country furnishings. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Views: 1136 expertvillage

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