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  • Author:
    Ruth Cathcart
  • ISBN:
    0919783295
  • ISBN13:
    978-0919783294
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  • Publisher:
    Boston Mills Press; 1st Edition edition (1986)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    1326 kb
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    1764 kb
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    1476 kb
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    4.3
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I devoured this book on Toronto based 19th century Victorian furniture makers Jacques & Hay. It provides a brief history of the company and lots of pictures describing the various styles they produced including Gothic Revival, Renaissance, Italian Rococo, Eastlake.

I devoured this book on Toronto based 19th century Victorian furniture makers Jacques & Hay. Lots from the Spadina House Collection and Rideau Hall (Ottawa).

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780919783294.

This is a great book about 19th c. European furniture. It covers a wide variety of styles, countries, etc. The only thing I did not like much is that it has a lot of black and white photos and less colored ones. Overall the layout and the presentation and details of each subject matter of this book is very extensive and well thought off. My only concern is that there are too many black and white pictures of the furniture in this book. It doesnt do justice to the beautiful funiture featured but the one that are featured in Colours they look excellent.

Jacques & Hay: 19th Century Toronto Furniture Makers RARE find. Selling a pre owned hardcover book Furniture Treasury by Wallace Nutting, book is 2 vol in 1, pictures are black and white with 5000 illustrations on American furniture, book good condition. Markham, York Region07/12/2019. Boston Mills Press, Erin, Ontario, 1986. Gord Peteran : Furniture Meets Its Maker. City of Toronto12/11/2019. The Designer’s Guide to Furniture Styles (2nd E.

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Brown (1) Furniture industry and trade - Ontario - Toronto - History (1) Ken photography (1). refresh. Member recommendations. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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Dewey Decimal Classification Number: 33. /6841/009713541 19. Personal Name: Cathcart, Ruth, 1932-. Varying Form of Title: Jacques and Hay. Publication, Distribution, et. Erin, On. . Erin, Ont. Download Jacques & Hay : 19th century Toronto furniture makers by Ruth Cathcart ; photography by Ken Brown. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Architectural photography.

Jacques and Hay: 19th Century Toronto Furniture Makers. Craven, Paul, ed. Labouring Lives: Work and Workers in Nineteenth-Century Ontario.

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Описание: The 19th century produced dozens of independent designers, particularly towards the end of the period. As the furniture trade developed, so manufacturers and retailing split. Catalogues began to be used in retail shops as they are today

Описание: The 19th century produced dozens of independent designers, particularly towards the end of the period. Catalogues began to be used in retail shops as they are today. Competition between retailers and the use of the new design books resulted in a large number of designs, not only new ones but also a constant looking backwards to earlier centuries for inspiration