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  1. Manufactured by A. Kimbel and J. Cabus
    American, 1862–1882
    Desk

    c. 1875
    Black walnut, nickel plated brass, and earthenware
    87.191
  2. Alvar Aalto
    Finnish, 1898–1976
    Armchair, Model 41

    Designed 1931–1932, manufactured 1934–39
    Laminated birch plywood
    2013.701
  3. Alvar Aalto
    Finnish, 1898–1976
    Siena

    1954
    Printed cotton
    2011.1001
  4. Alvar Aalto
    Finnish, 1898–1976
    Armchair, Model 402

    Designed 1933, manufactured c.1940–1970
    Wood and leather
    82.155
  5. Designed by Robert Adam
    Scottish, 1728–1792
    The Dundas Sofa

    Commissioned 1764, made 1765
    Limewood, pine, beech and gilding with later silk upholstery
    2014.810
  6. Ruth Adler Schnee
    American, born Germany, 1923
    "Lazy Leaves" Textile

    c. 1953
    Polyester, silk, cotton, rayon, and wool blend
    2016.120
  7. Adela Akers
    American, born Spain, 1933
    Hanging Fence

    1981
    Linen, metallic thread, and Plexiglas
    2004.836
  8. Mary Akin
    American, 1700–after 1749
    Sampler

    1715
    Silk on linen
    B.2014.1
  9. Don Albinson
    American, 1915–2008
    Compact Sofa, Model S-73

    Sofa designed 1954, manufactured 1960–1969; upholstery designed 1955, manufactured 1960–1969
    Chromed steel, wire, urethane foam, and wool and nylon upholstery
    99.242
  10. attributed to James Alexander
    American, born Ireland, 1770–1870
    Double-weave Coverlet

    c. 1821–1828
    Cotton and wool, Jacquard-loom-woven
    B.76.34
  11. Attributed to Allen & Bro.
    American, active 1835–1896
    Armchair

    1865–1870
    Walnut, burl walnut veneer, paint, metal and wool upholstery
    83.59
  12. Ron Arad
    Israeli, born 1951
    "Fantastic Plastic Elastic" Chair

    Designed 1996, manufactured 1999
    Polypropylene and aluminum
    99.293
  13. Ron Arad
    Israeli, born 1951
    "Narrow Paparadelle" Chair

    Designed 1992, made 1994
    Stainless steel and steel
    98.525
  14. Archizoom Associati
    Italian, active 1966–1974
    “Mies” Armchair and Footrest

    Designed 1969
    Chromed metal, rubber, horse hair and bulb
    2018.497.A,.B
  15. Gae Aulenti
    Italian, 1927–2012
    "Jumbo" Table

    Designed 1965, manufactured c.1982
    Marble
    83.139
  16. Austrian
    Armchair (part of 5-piece seat furniture set)

    no date
    Parcel-gilt fruitwood
    96.1382.5
  17. Austrian
    Armchair

    no date
    Parcel-gilt fruitwood
    96.1382.4
  18. Austrian
    Armchair

    no date
    Parcel-gilt fruitwood
    96.1382.3
  19. Austrian
    Armchair

    no date
    Parcel-gilt fruitwood
    96.1382.2
  20. Hannah Babcock
    American, 1769/70–1856
    Coat of Arms (Babcock and Howe Families)

    1785
    Silk and satin
    B.84.7
  21. Flavia Maria Barbeau
    American, 1832–1908
    Sampler

    1846
    Merino wool and silk on linen
    B.2013.29
  22. Marion Baruch
    Italian, born Romania, 1929
    "Ron Ron" Chair from the Ultramobile Collection

    designed 1971, made 1971–1972
    Upholstery and foam
    2019.196
  23. Charles Baudouine
    American, 1808–1895
    Card Table

    1853–1855
    Mahogany; yellow-poplar, black walnut, ash, and primavera
    B.74.4.1,.2
  24. Peter Behrens
    German, 1868–1940
    "Speisezimmer" Chair

    1902
    Oak and cane
    2010.12
  25. Gretchen Bellinger
    American, born 1946
    "Isadora" Textile

    Designed 1981, manufactured c. 1990
    Pleated silk
    90.405
  26. Gretchen Bellinger
    American, born 1946
    "Diva" Textile

    Designed 1985, manufactured c. 1990
    Silk and rhinestones
    90.404
  27. Mario Bellini
    Italian, born 1935
    "Gli Scacchi" Tables

    designed 1971, made 1971–1973
    Duraplum foam and rubber
    2019.197
  28. Mario Bellini
    Italian, born 1935
    The Bellini Chair

    Designed 1998, manufactured 2000
    Fiberglass and polypropylene
    2000.591
  29. John Henry Belter
    American, born Germany, 1804–1865
    Étagère

    1855
    Rosewood and rosewood veneer; black walnut, mahogany, eastern white pine, yellow-poplar, undetermined exotic wood (possibly eucalyptus), marble, and mirrored glass
    B.81.9.10
  30. John Henry Belter
    American, born Germany, 1804–1865
    Center Table

    1855
    Rosewood and rosewood veneer; ash, black walnut, and marble
    B.81.9.9

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