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18th CENTURY CRIB - $265 (Charlotte)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Walnut
model name / number: Mahogany

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Rare Antique Crib
This one of a kind piece is from early 1800's and made of solid hardwood.
Well Balanced and Smooth rocking makes it truly excellent antique condition.

Only asking $265.


Thanks for looking and contact Kevin with questions or for additional information.




English Furniture Styles
Queen Anne – 1701 to 1714
English Baroque
Graceful curves
Curved ‘cabriole’ legs
Claw-and-ball feet
Scallop shell or scroll motifs
Oak
Cherry
Walnut
Mahogany
Georgian Styles – 1714 to 1830 (styles changed radically during this time)
Thomas Chippendale
Thomas Sheraton
Carved decoration, gradually replaced by wood inlay
Baroque
Palladian
Ornate carvings
Walnut and walnut veneers on oak
Jappaning (an imitation of Japanese lacquer work)
Rococo
Gothic
Rich upholstery
Robert Adam
Rosewood and satinwood veneer
Empire style
Classical motifs
Regency – 1795 to 1837
Bold curves
Functional
Simple
Mahogany
John Nash
Neoclassical motifs
Far-Eastern influences
Victorian – approximately 1830 to 1890
Marble tops
Bulky design
Dark finish
Pugin
Greek influences
Gothic
Rococo
Art Nouveau (very early)
American furniture styles
American Colonial Styles – Early 1620 to 1730 Late 1730 to 1780
Heavy decoration
Pine
Walnut
Birch Maple
Windsor chair
Interpretations of English styles (Queen Anne and Georgian)with square lines
Federal – 1789 to 1823
Duncan Phyfe variations on the Sheraton style
Boston Rocker
Hitchcock chair
Cherry
Mahogony
French influence
Pennsylvania Dutch – 1720 to 1830
Plain and solid furniture
Germanic style
Painted furniture
Pine
Maple
Fruitwoods widely used
Walnut
Shaker – late 1800s to early 1900s
Mostly maple and pine
Strictly functional with no decoration
Excellent craftsmanship
Highly original designs


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