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Canadian Books Review : Antique Furniture

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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

A serious study into the regional and traditional furniture of French Canada. It contains very detailed explanationas about wooden household items such as; cabinets, drawers, shelves, four-poster beds, chandeliers, clocks, and chairs. Every chapter is accompanied by many detailed and precise photographs to aid the reader in distinguishing the style and model they may have or to allow them to re-create the beautiful craftmanship from history.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

This book is meant for both the serious collector and those who are only beginning to become interested. With over 1400 photographs the furniture of Upper Canada is clearly depicted and expertly described. The book is divided into 7 chapters with sections looking at the different countries and styles that have influenced the desing methods and art of Upper canadian furniture.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

A serious study into the regional and traditional furniture of French Canada. It contains very detailed explanations about wooden household items such as; cabinets, drawers, shelves, four-poster beds, chandeliers, clocks, and chairs. Every chapter is accompanied by many detailed and precise photographs to aide the reader in distinguishing the style and model they may have or to allow them to re-create the beautiful craftmanship from history.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

The first book to give a comprehensive account of the early craftsmen from various areas within Nova Scotia. The book discusses the cabinetmakes and their work and gives special attention to chairs, clocks, and pianos. Contains approximately 55 black and white photographs, and a detailed appendices with lists of Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

A comprehensive book giving the first record of the history of furniture making in New Brunswick. The book shows craftmen's work and is divided into counties. The presentation includes some black and white photographs (about 80). It also contains an appendix including a complete list of cabinetmakers and their dates.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

This is the second book in the All About series on Ontario furniture by Elizabeth Ingolfsrund. It provides an inexpensive, accurate, and easy-to-read guide to Ontario antique furniture. A very good book for students, owners, and collectors of antiques. Contains black and white photos of various different chairs and designs and the book is split into two sections, the first looking at the history and style progressions, while the second contains a comprehensive selection of photographs of Ontario chairs.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

This book depicts the history and methods of construction and styles of design of furniture from Quebec. It is clearly and beautifully presented with almost 800 colour photographs, each with precise explanations regarding the heritage and method of creation. The book moves through the different regions of Quebec and highlights the key pieces of furniture to be made, it covers such items like; chairs, chests, beds, tables, pianos, and chez longue. A very complete and easy to read book.
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Submitted Date  : 2010/5/5 - Submitted by: UKboy

This is a fantastic catalogue which sets out to serve two purposes. Firstly it presents the profiles of influential professors who taught at Ecole du Meuble from 1930-1950 and made significant contributions as artists, interior decorators in professional practice, or as scholars. The second aim of this catalogue is to discuss the stylistic and decorative development of the main forms of furniture in relationship to interior decoration in Quebec during the above mentioned period.
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