American Furniture Styles 1700-2000 (Spring 2013)

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Can you distinguish a Queen Anne chair from a Chippendale, or a Victorian side table from one made in the Arts and Crafts style? From the colonial era through the present day, American artisans and furniture makers have created distinctive, lasting designs. For appraisers, collectors, and dealers, the ability to recognize and determine value for works from different periods is crucial. Learn the identifying characteristics and modes of construction for a broad range of American furniture styles. The focus is on the major typologies and on research resources to further expand one's ability to appraise American furniture.

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Can you distinguish a Queen Anne chair from a Chippendale, or a Victorian side table from one made in the Arts and Crafts style? From the colonial era through the present day, American artisans and furniture makers have created distinctive, lasting designs. For appraisers, collectors, and dealers, the ability to recognize and determine value for works from different periods is crucial. Learn the identifying characteristics and modes of construction for a broad range of American furniture styles. The focus is on the major typologies and on research resources to further expand one's ability to appraise American furniture.

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