Looking to buy top quality, 100% American made furniture that hasn’t been outsourced and produced oversees? Searching the internet trying to establish which American furniture makers are truly American? Well, the hub of American furniture making is Vermont, so if you care to preserve the American craftsmanship tradition, it’s best to start looking right there.
Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local - and Helped Save an American Town by Macy, Beth (2014) Hardcover
The Maker's Hand: American Studio Furniture 1940-1990
Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local - and Helped Save an American Town
John Henry Belter (American, born Germany, 1804-1863). Bed, ca. 1856. Rosewood, headboard:
A is for Antiques: This Mahogany and cherry Chippendale style tea table c.1750, was owned by Robert Carter of Virginia, and attributed to furniture maker Robert Walker
PRODUCTS — JON GOULDER : DESIGNER : MAKER : AUSTRALIA
I have this Pendleton on my king size log bed.....I have a twin size on the chair by the bed. Heaven!
This sensational pink locker for dolls is made of metal modeled on an authentic school locker element to play with. Each girl will be delighted with such an interesting alternative fun.
With the metal frame and the old pine construction, this coffee table is a true piece of art. It will upgrade the look of your interior and give you the needed functionality, allowing you to seat your family comfortably around it.
Rocker from Chicago-based designer/maker Jason Lewis.
Poltrona Frau, the Italian furniture maker, is defying the odds by recreating the timeless Albero freestanding bookcase originally designed ...
Linen press, Gustav Stickley, attributed to John Seidemann, maker, United Crafts or Craftsman Workshops, manufacturer, Eastwood, New York, 1903, oak and iron, Dallas Museum of Art, The Eugene and Margaret McDermott Art Fund, Inc., facilitated by American
Charles Rohlfs (1853-1936) - Desk (Model #500). White Oak with Iron Hardware. Circa 1899-1901. 56-1/4" x 25-1/2" x 24".
Mjölk presents - The first Nakashima retrospective in Canada.
This a beautiful painting made in reclaimed wood showing the American flag, is a great patriotic decorative accent to any type of decor. Beautiful details captivate and bring an interesting atmosphere to the decor.
Maker: Paul T. Frankl Medium: Painted wood Place Manufactured: New York, New York, USA Dates: late 1920s
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Duncan Phyfe, American furniture maker fashioning furniture for the Gilded Age.
A Profusely Decorated Valuables Box Dimensions: Ht. 10 ½”, W. 17 ¼”, D. 11” Date / Circa: c. 1820-40 Maker / Origin: Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania Medium: Pine with the original extraordinary paint-decorated finish. Interior fitted with a till.
Carpenters Tool Cabinet America circa 1900 American, circa 1900 handcrafted tool cabinet of a master wood worker.
american period queen anne furniture | Side chair [Philadelphia] (62.171.21) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art ...
Toast Ceramics coffee pour5 (Made in Madison, Wisconsin) #madeinusa #madeinamerica
DIY Dining Table ~ Triple Pedestal Farmhouse
George Nakashima, Modern American Furniture Maker
Furniture maker Charles Rohlfs created this clock for his exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition (1901). In 1911 he donated it to the Automobile Club of Buffalo, and it was placed in its Esenwein & Johnson-designed clubhouse.
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Hardware of American Furniture Makers A-Z
The decline of the American furniture maker by Beth Macy (author of FACTORY MAN)
The Master Bedroom | Spool beds became popular with American furniture makers in the mid 19th century. This bedroom’s impressive example, which is from the Mr. and Mrs. Howard collection by Sherrill Furniture, combines graceful spools, four tall posts (
Fabric Cake: DIY American Girl Clothes Rack
This sofa 1850-1860 by John H. Belter demonstrates the Rococo Revival period of High Victorian style. An excess of ornamentation in the carving and rich, damask fabric are typical of this type of Victorian style. Belter was one of the leading furniture de
The Decline of an American Furniture Maker -- so many of my relatives worked in the Bassett factories... including my dad. He worked at the Bassett Table, if I remember correctly. So sad how the area has declined.
The American furniture maker who battled Wall Street, Chinese competition and his own relatives to keep his company going.
Chest by Johannes Spitler Shenandoah County, Virginia, 1800, painter and furniture maker. Rooted in German-American cultural traditions, his approach is intrinsically linked to decorative traditions of fraktur
Coffee Maker Cover/Cupboard, w/Door-coffee maker cover, cupboard, wood appliance covers, primitive, country, early prim, early american decor, colonial decor,
A classic mid century modern american furniture maker keeps on keepin' on...
H42xD22xW15cm American Oak stand with black fabric covered cord with switch. Light bulb is not included though will take any standard screw in. Chris Colwell is a Sydney based furniture maker. His products are thoughtfully built using carefully selected
Pottier and Stymus Company. Gilded Age NYC Furniture Makers, (1865-1895). One of their American Egyptian Revival chairs.
Iconic American furniture maker Wendell Castle featured in the debut issue of Man of the World Magazine
Doll Furniture Dress Rack & Set of 3 Hangers, Hand Painted, Fits American Girl Doll Bed Rooms and 18 Inch Doll Clothes Sophia's
Brass Dome Wall Lamp Allied Maker/Remodelista The Arc Wall Lamp features an American black walnut mounting bracket and a spun brass half dome shade; $480.
These interesting publication is an excellent book on the furnishings performed by of Africa. Lovely content and photos let's get to know the style of execution furnishings from the inside.
Wendell Castle (1932-) is an American furniture maker celebrated for his experimental creations in wood and plastic.
Do you love Amish furniture as much as we do? Great places to buy up here in Aroostook County!
James Hastrich ~ Maker of American Painted Furniture in 1" and 2" scale
19th c. American Steer Horn Chaise - Rustic steer horn chaise attributed to the nineteenth century German-American furniture maker Wenzel Friedrich.
George Nakashima and his boards / John Loengard
Antwerp home of furniture maker Antoine Vandewoude; one of his earliest clients was Dries van Noten
George Nakashima, Modern American Furniture Maker
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