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10 piece Pine Cottage furniture set, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
Furniture store puzzle, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England, 1946-1984
31 piece furniture set, wood, made by Susan Wynter, England 1946-1984
rocking chaise longue
Hat, coat and umbrella stand
Hat, coat and umbrella stand, England, made by the Coalbrookdale Company, Shropshire, designed and made for Christopher Dresser, 1870
Dressing table with round mirror, 'Basildon New Period Furniture', P.B. Cow & Co Ltd. and Hunting Aviation Ltd., chipboard clad with aluminium, United Kingdom, ca.1946
Chair, Antelope by Ernest Race for Festival of Britain, 1951
'Year One', a wooden walnut cabinet with twelve drawers, custom-made to house twelve dye destruction print luminograms by Garry Fabian Miller, 2005-06.
Carved wooden chair leg with broken tenons at the top
A carved mahogany chair with a serpentine top rail and a trellis back and upholstered padded seat.
Garden bench with over ten dolls of various sizes sitting on it. Dolls are also seated on the swing seat next to it.
Photograph of a child, Amy Harding, probably aged around 4, late 1800s
Royal Festival Hall Lounge Chair, designed by Robin Day, 1951, prototype
Polyprop Armchair, designed by Robin Day, 1967, manufactured by Hille International Ltd, 1968, blue upholstery
Centre table, giltwood and verre églomisé, 1700-1730.
Sofa 'Pyrenees' hand-carved urethane foam, designed and made by Fredrikson Stallard, London, 2007 - 2011
Table 'Table #1 (Log)', birch wood and steel, designed and made by Fredrikson Stallard, London, 2002
'Mickey Mackintosh' chair, designed and made by Wendy Maruyama, 1981, Maple wood with Zolatone paint
Box of shells
Table-chair 2 chair, designed by Richard Hutten, made by Richard Hutten Studio, about 1993, wood, partly painted white
Hors doeuvre tray
Trays and hors d'oeuvre dishes,designed by Noel Lefebvre, manufactured by Xlon Products.
Tray and base
Chair, for a child, painted wood, in the form of a seat between a pair of anthropomorphic rabbit figures, made in England, ca. 1947.
Drawers made of knitted silk, Great Britain, 1900-1929
Installation, found early 20th century sewing box, silk upholstery, plastic baby limbs, entitled 'Whispers' designed and made by Nina Saunders, Danish, 2010.
Splat Chair made in London by Spinifex with pattern by Deisa Centazzo in 2009
Exceptionally thin and light birch plywood chair.
Front and back legs are made of one panel of six ply plywood forming an upside down u-shape. The legs are tapered on both sides with rounded ends. The front and back leg sections panel are connected by a rectangular side panel that is set into a recess carved into the inner surfaces of each leg section. The panel is shaped to support the front legs as straight and the back legs as raked. The top of the panel sits with its rounded edges flush under the seat. A large part of the length of its top is cut in a shallow recess, holding in place at back and front a small rail the end of which runs under the front and the back of the seat for its support.
The seat is of thin plywood, wrapped around these side panels and glued on to the front and back leg panels. The back is a similar thin panel with rounded corners, straight at the bottom and bent over in a generous curve at the top. The back is glued to a wide strut of six ply plywood, the top end of which runs approximately half way up behind the back. The lower edge of the strut is gently bent forwards from below the back to fit through a slit in the curve of the back of the seat, from where it is bent back again and glued to the inner edge of seat continuing to its lower edge. In addition to the glue connection, this middle (spine) panel is secured with three metal screws of the bottom.
Side chair designed by Harry Bertoia for Knoll in about 1953
Chair, in the form of an elephant, designed by Charles and Ray Eames in 1945, manufactured by Vitra in 2007.
Watercolour portrait drawing of a Blackamoor with sword by C. Sutton.
'Table-upon-table' barstool, two stacked tables, multiplex plywood panels with hardwood legs, black painted/stained, Richard Hutten, Rotterdam, 1991.
Design for furniture, Italian, c. 1860