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Country Furniture - Part 1
It hardly seems possible that there were as many cobbler's benches in use between 1700 and 1900 as are serving as coffee tables nowadays.
Country Furniture - Part 2
The tavern table had plain or turned legs braced by stretchers. Tops were rectangular, round, or occasionally oval, and ranged from about 30 inches in length or diameter to 4 or 5 feet.
Country Furniture - Part 3
Most popular of all styles was the Boston rocker, its vogue extending from about 1825 to 1890.
Country Furniture - Part 4
A low, two-seat settee may seem at first glance to have been made for children. It wasn't. Instead, it was a portable seat to be carried out and placed in the bed of a wagon for a comfortable ride to town.
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