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view 2006am8598 jpg s Unknown FWK Bequeathed by Mr Edward Knoblock 1808-12-31 1799-01-01 ca. 1804 (made) Height: 91 cm, Width: 65 cm, Depth: 74 cm British Galleries, room 120 George Smith (active 1801-1828) illustrated a design for a very similar armchair in his pattern... 9729 British Galleries: This chair is based on designs published in George Smith's 'Collection of... 2014-08-29T19:52:24.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:24.000Z 54.313919 British Galleries, room 120, case 20 -2.23218 VI' punched inside the back seat rail Beech, painted and gilded, with cane seat W.14-1945 w141945 O78951 Armchair 1 Great Britain 2006AM8598 After a design by George Smith Object Type Armchairs of this nature were intended for the drawing room. In his Collection of... 3 VA armchair-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1808 1799 view
view 2006an9828 jpg s Thonet, Michael Wilk, Christopher. <u>Western Furniture 1350 to Present Day: In the Victoria and Albert Museum... FWK 1840-12-31 1836-01-01 1836-1840 (made) Chair, bentwood, German (Boppard-am-Rhein); 1836-1840. Designed and made by Michael Thonet Height: 88.2 cm, Width: 44 cm, Depth: 46.5 cm Innovative furniture design from the Rhine-Roentgen and Thonet - From luxury furniture to the mass production (Roentgen Museum 21/05/2011-04/09/2011) Europe & America 1800-1900, room 101 Michael Thonet, in an attempt to lower costs, began to look for an alternative to cutting or... It was probably sold by Peter Mündenich, a joiner accredited to the Court at Koblenz on the... 53299 CHAIR W.5-1976 'American and European Art and Design 1800-1900' Inscribed 'Möbel Magazin von... 2014-08-29T22:48:28.000Z 2014-08-29T22:48:28.000Z 50.360795 Europe & America 1800-1900, room 101 7.592795 'Mrs Maslen' 'Möbel Magazin / von Peter / Mündnich / Hof Tischler / COBLENZ' wood, walnut, cane (plant material) Laminated walnut frame, with cane seat W.5-1976 w51976 O59199 Chair 1 Curvilinear laminated walnut frame with walnut surface veneers, with curved back splat, curved... Boppard-am-Rhein 2006AN9828 Attribution note: The seat frame is cut in one piece from a 5-laminate sheet. The front edge has... This chair made of moulded wood was designed by Michael Thonet (1796-1871), a German furniture... 3 VA chair-thonet-michael 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z veneering, laminating, varnishing 1840 1836 view
view Thonet, Gebrüder FWK 1909-12-31 1900-01-01 ca. 1905 (made) Armchair made by Thonet; steam-bent beechwood, stained; Austria; ca.1905. Height: 106 cm, Width: 55.5 cm, Depth: 55.3 cm, Height: 46.5 cm seat height Also available in white paint finish and as a rocking chair 916904 SETTEE Designer unknown Manufactured by Gebru"der Thonet, Vienna, Austria Steam-bent beechwood,... 2014-08-31T11:32:21.000Z 2014-08-31T11:32:21.000Z 47.69651 In Storage 13.34577 Stencil 'THONET' to inside of seat rail. Label 'Thonet/Wien' to inside front seat rail. beech, cane Steam-bent beechwood, stained, with cane seat W.42-1979 w421979 O72864 Armchair Armchair of steam-bent beechwood, with a caned seat, the woodwork stained. Austria This chair was made in Vienna by the Austrian firm of Gebrüder Thonet (Thonet Brothers). The... 2 armchair-thonet-gebruder 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z caning, steam-bending 1909 1900 view