English furniture from Charles II to George II
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English furniture from Charles II to George II a full account of the design, material andquality of workmanship of walnut and mahogany furniture and the period and of how spumous specimens are made by R. W. Symonds

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Published by The Antique Collectors" Club in Woodbridge, Suffolk .
Written in English

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Statementby R. W. Symonds ; with more than 260 illustrations from examples in the collection of Percival D. Griffiths.
ContributionsGriffiths, Percival D., Antique Collectors" Club.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20736550M
ISBN 100902028952

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