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Eugène Vallin
Eugène Vallin, architecte et ébéniste français, né à Herbéviller en 1856 Décédé à Nancy en 1922. Il a étudié à l'École des Beaux-arts de Nancy. Il a fait son...
Louis Majorelle - Video
Louis Majorelle, ébéniste français, né à Toul en 1859 - Décédé à Nancy en 1926. Il prend la suite de son père Auguste (1825-1879), à sa disparition, interrom...
Louis Majorelle
Louis Majorelle, ébéniste français, né à Toul en 1859 - Décédé à Nancy en 1926. Il prend la suite de son père Auguste (1825-1879), à sa disparition, interrom...
Cabinet maker
A cabinet is a box-shaped piece of furniture with doors or drawers for storing miscellaneous items. Some cabinets stand alone while others are built into a wall or are attached to it like a medicine c...
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Pierre-Antoine Bellangé
Pierre-Antoine Bellangé (1757–1827) was a French ébéniste (cabinetmaker) working in Paris. Bellangé held an eminent position among the representatives of the decorative arts at the beginning of the ni...
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André Charles Boulle
André-Charles Boulle (11 November 1642 – 28 February 1732) was the French cabinetmaker who is generally considered to be the preeminent artist in the field of marquetry, even "the most remarkable of a...
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George Hepplewhite
George Hepplewhite (1727? – June 21, 1786) was a cabinetmaker. He is regarded as having been one of the "big three" English furniture makers of the 18th century, along with Thomas Sheraton and Thomas...
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Thomas Chippendale
Thomas Chippendale (probably born at Otley, West Riding of Yorkshire, baptised at Otley 16 June [O.S. 5 June] 1718 – November 1779) was a London cabinet-maker and furniture designer ...
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Jean-François Leleu
Jean-François Leleu (1729 - 1807) was a leading French furniture-maker (ébéniste) of the eighteenth century.Leleu was trained in the workshop of Jean-François Oeben (1721-1763), and after his master's...
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Charles Limbert
Charles P. Limbert (1854-1923) was founder of the "Charles P. Limbert Furniture Co.". Limbert's quartersawn oak furniture is characteristic of the Arts and Crafts movement in America; some of it looks...
François Linke
François Linke (1855-1946) was a leading Parisian ébéniste of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Linke was born on 17 June 1855 in the small village of Pankraz, in what is now the Czech Repub...
Louis Majorelle
Louis-Jean-Sylvestre Majorelle, usually known simply as Louis Majorelle, (26 September 1859 – 15 January 1926) was a French decorator and furniture designer who manufactured his own designs, in ...
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Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann
Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann (28 August 1879 – 15 November 1933), his first names often seen reversed as Jacques-Émile, was a renowned French designer of furniture and interiors, epitomising for many ...
Gustav Stickley
Gustav Stickley (March 9, 1858 – April 21, 1942) was a furniture manufacturer, design leader, publisher and the chief proselytizer for the American Craftsman style, an extension of the British Ar...
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Eugène Vallin
Eugène Vallin (1856 - 21 July 1922) was a French furniture designer and manufacturer, as well as an architect.
Vallin was born at Herbéviller, and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Nancy. He ...
Louis Delanois
Louis Delanois (1731–1792) was a Parisian menuisier who specialized in seat furniture in the late Rococo taste and an advanced neoclassical taste. Among his notable patrons were mme du Barry, the co...
Bruce James Talbert
Bruce James Talbert (1838 – 28 January 1881) was a Scottish architect, interior designer and author, best known for his furniture designs.He moved to London in 1866 to design furniture for Holla...
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Joseph Walsh (designer)
Joseph Walsh (born 1979) is a self-taught Irish furniture maker and designer. He was born in County Cork and founded his studio and workshop in 1999.Walsh’s creative approach reflects his appreciation...
Pierre Golle
Pierre Golle (ca 1620, Bergen, North Holland – 27 November 1684) was an influential Parisian ébéniste (cabinet maker), of Dutch extraction. Born at Bergen in the Dutch Republic, he moved to Paris at ...
Philip Clissett
Philip Clissett (born 8 January 1817, Birtsmorton, Worcestershire, England; died 17 January 1913, Bosbury, Herefordshire) was a Victorian country chairmaker who influenced and inspired the English Ar...
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Gilles Joubert
Gilles Joubert (1689–1775) was a Parisian ébéniste who worked for the Garde-Meuble of Louis XV for two and a half decades, beginning in 1748, earning the title ébéniste ordinaire du Garde-Meuble in 1...
John McLean (furniture maker)
John McLean (born 1770; died 1825) was an English furniture maker and designer. He was recognized as one of the best of his era, representing the best in English cabinetmaking. Examples of his furnitu...
August Spies
August Vincent Theodore Spies (/spiːs/, SPEES; 1855–1887) was an American upholsterer, radical labor activist, and newspaper editor. Spies is remembered as one of the anarchist leaders in Chicago who ...
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François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter
François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (1770–1841) oversaw one of the most successful and influential furniture workshops in Paris, from 1796 to 1825. The son of Georges Jacob, an outstanding chairm...
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Adrien Delorme
Adrien Faizelot-Delorme (master in 1748 — after 1783) was a well-known cabinetmaker (ébéniste) working in Paris, the most prominent in a family of ébénistesBecoming master 22 June 1748, he set up in t...
Martin Carlin
Martin Carlin (ca 1730 – 1785) was a Parisian ébéniste, born at Freiburg, who was received master at Paris in 1766.Carlin worked at first in the shop of Jean-François Oeben, whose sister he married. H...
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