Mid Century Modern Dressing Table
17/02/2021 4:16 amHi everyone,Does anyone recognise this makers mark (see image 1)?Its from a dressing table (shown in image 2.)I'm located in Australia if that helps 🙂Many thanks in advanceRob
List Of Antique Furniture Makers Marks
Maker’s MarksOne way of identifying antique furniture is by looking at the maker’s mark.Our list of antique furniture makers marks will help you discover more about your treasured pieces.How To Identify Antique Wooden FurnitureOne way of identifying real antique wooden furniture is to check the maker’s mark.After 1860, antique furniture makers also used a lacquer or varnish finish.Identify Antique Furniture By StyleIt’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with different furniture styles and the dates they cover.
The Next Nakashima? German Furniture Maker Fabian Fischer
German Architectural Digest calls Fabian Fischer “the spiritual heir” to celebrated Japanese American furniture maker and craftsman George Nakashima, who believed that “when you make furniture, the tree lives on in its new form.”Fischer got his start restoring an old timber frame house in the Italian Alps; “I discovered the joy of working with wood creatively,” he says.Here’s a quick look:Above: Fischer’s handcrafted Studio Windsor Chair is available through 1st Dibs.Above: Fischer’s handcrafted Walnut Chair is available from Nora Khereddine in Munich.Above: The handcrafted American Walnut and Oak Stool is available from Nora Khereddine in Munich.For more handcrafted furniture, see:Object of Desire: The New Sawkille Desk, Handmade in the Hudson ValleyCarved in Wood: The Bespoke Home of a Self-Taught Carpenter and an Interior DesignerSoulful Handmade: Bicyclette Furniture in PhiladelphiaMade in California: A Curated Collection of Handmade Furniture from Honeyed FigsYou need to login or register to view and manage your bookmarks.
How to Identify Stamps on Antique Furniture? (Real vs. False
Artisans and furniture makers started using personalized furniture stamps in the 19th century.Marks on antique furniture made in BritainBritain didn’t have regulations and strict rules requiring furniture stamps or labels in the past.If you find a maker’s mark on furniture, the best way to identify it is to look for the information in the book London Furniture Makers.Marks on antique furniture made in the USUnfortunately, it is impossible to identify most early American furniture pieces’ makers.However, you can check the marks online at Antique Marks or those stated in Field Guide to American Antique Furniture.
Utility furniture was furniture produced in the United Kingdom during and directly after World War II.Introduced in 1942, the Utility Furniture Scheme continued into post-war austerity and lasted until 1952.The same logo was used for utility furniture as for the utility clothing scheme: two capital 'C's and the figure 41, for "Controlled Commodity 1941" (which soon became known as "the two cheeses").Utility Furniture Catalogue [ edit ]The committee produced approved designs that were published in the Utility Furniture Catalogue of 1943.Gallery [ edit ]Living room furniture at the Utility Furniture Exhibition , The Building Centre, London, 1942.
Lane Walnut End Table w/Drawer
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