Vernacular Furniture

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Introduction
Miko Vasques Dias (Ed.)

The decorative use of native timbers in the production of vernacular furniture in Scotland, Wales and England in the 18th and 19th centuries
Bernard Cotton

Patina on furniture
Herman den Otter

Irish vernacular furniture through art
Claudia Kinmonth

Painted furniture from Hohenlohe-Franken, a rural area in the north-eastern part of Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Karl-Heinz Wüstner

Dutch historical painted furniture
Anton Vos

The dynamics of traditions. Painted vernacular furniture in Staphorst, 1800-2000
Jacco Hooikammer & Hans Piena

Poisonous weddings
Peter Kopp, Sara Picchi & Matthijs de Keijzer

Transylvanian German painted furniture from the 16th-17th century: The Henndorf chests
Gerdi Maierbacher-Legl

Leather-covered Transylvanian chests from the 18th century
Petronella Kovács Mravik

Vernacular craft to machine-assisted industry: the division of labour and the development of machine use in vernacular chair-making in High Wycombe, 1870-1920
Clive Edwards

Revealing color: American colonial common furniture
Christopher Swan

The Still Room at Temple Newsam House, Yorkshire, England: the reconstruction of a domestic interior
Ian Fraser

Norwegian stoolchairs – what sex are they?
Dag Feldborg

The use of straw and willow in Irish country furniture
Joe Hogan

Red River vernacular furniture
Rick Lair

Seven portraits of Dutch painted furniture
Hans Piena (ed.)