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By Wil Stegenga

An interesting collection of 30 advanced three-dimensional designs, this quantity will attract colorists of every age. styles diversity from heavily interwoven squares, stars, and rectangles with sharp, angular varieties, to flowing interlacements of circles, ovals, hearts, and different rounded shapes. The hypnotic photographs, a few of which characteristic optical illusions, are totally attention-grabbing.

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Mahogany, maple, and English harrateen or moreen (original); H. 46 inches, w. 33 inches, D. 26 inches. ) For an overall view of the chair, see American Art: Furniture, Painting, andSilverin the Bayou Bend Collection (Houston, 1974), no. 89. The Boston Furniture Industry 172 0-174° 37 27. FRAGMENT OF A BED CURTAIN. Salem or Boston, c. 1750-1770. English harrateen or moreen. ) According tofamily tradition, this curtain was owned by DanielandSarah Saunders of Salem who were married in 1770. 28. ARMCHAIR .

43% inches, D. 22 inches. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Mrs. ) This chest hascarved andgilded shells, probably similar to the type of work performed by William Ralldle for Nathaniel Holmes. 17. HIGH CHEST. Eastern Massachusetts, c. 1730-1750. Walnut and white pine; H. 86 1/ 8 inches, w. 43% inches, D. 23 1/ 8 inches. ) This chest is decorated with inlaid shells, probably similar to those set ill by Richard Woodward. The Boston Furniture Industry 1720-1740 23 Johnson, made a tea chest and frame, a tankard board, and a double chest of drawers.

Numerous court cases reveal that he was unable to pay 19. The only records docum enting immigrati on into Boston betw een 1700 and 1760 are ship impost records for the years 1715 and 1716. Th ese incompl ete records list the nam es of eight newly arrived j oiners and cabinetmak ers from London , Bristol, Ireland, Barbados, Long Island, and N orth Carolina. Obviously, many others ventured to Boston , but unfortunately their names rarely appear in town records. A Volume ofRecords Relatingto the Early History ofBoston Containing Miscellaneous Papers, XXIX (Boston, 1900), 229-242 (hereafter Miscellaneous Papers).

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