604 Results within Brazilian × American × Argentinean × Tools, Implements & Weights × Furniture ×

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  1. George Jakob Hunzinger
    American, born Germany, 1835–1898
    Chair

    1869
    Walnut, silk, and paint
    2000.729
  2. Wharton Esherick
    American, 1887–1970
    "Hammer Handle" Chair

    1952
    Hickory, maple, and leather
    2000.283
  3. Wharton Esherick
    American, 1887–1970
    Dining Table

    1956
    Cottonwood and plywood
    2000.282
  4. Fernando Campana
    Brazilian, born 1961
    "Vermelha" Chair

    Designed 1993, made 2000
    Enameled steel and cotton cord
    2000.118
  5. Peter Shire
    American, born 1947
    Zylon Truss

    1983
    Steel, anodized aluminum, glass, and enamel
    2000.61.A,.B
  6. Possibly by James Graham
    American, born Scotland, 1728–1808
    Side Chair

    c. 1755–1775
    Mahogany; soft maple and red oak
    B.2017.18
  7. Benjamin Rittenhouse
    American, 1740–1825
    Surveyor's Plain Compass

    c. 1775
    Brass, steel, silvering, wax composition, and glass
    B.2017.7
  8. American
    Dressing Table

    c. 1780–1800
    Cherrywood
    B.2015.17
  9. Duncan Phyfe
    American, born Scotland, 1770–1854
    Worktable

    1813
    Mahogany; mahogany veneer, ebony, brass, and felt
    B.2015.12
  10. American
    Music Stool

    c. 1810–1815
    Mahogany; linen webbing, horsehair, and steel
    B.2014.7
  11. American
    Center Table

    c. 1870–1890
    Pine
    B.2013.36
  12. Duncan Phyfe
    American, born Scotland, 1770–1854
    Side Chair

    c. 1816
    Mahogany and mahogany veneer; ash, tulip poplar, and brass
    B.2013.35
  13. John Fenno, Jr.
    American, c. 1732–1815
    Fire Bucket

    1815
    Leather, iron, oil paint, and varnish
    B.2013.1
  14. Adolph Kempen
    American, born Prussia, 1844–1885
    Desk

    c. 1870–1880
    Mahogany, pine, maple, black walnut, and cherry
    B.2012.38
  15. American
    Pair of Side Chairs

    c. 1858
    Rosewood; unidentified secondary woods and modern show cover
    B.2011.20.1,.2
  16. American
    Card Table

    c. 1790–1820
    Mahogany; unidentified secondary woods
    B.2011.9
  17. American
    Pair of Jamb Hooks

    c. 1790–1810
    Brass
    B.2010.12.1,.2
  18. Johann Michael Jahn
    American, born Prussia, 1816–1883
    Sofa

    c. 1855
    Black walnut; black walnut veneer, pine, and modern upholstery
    B.2010.8
  19. American
    Fireplace Shovel and Tongs

    c. 1790–1810
    Brass and iron
    B.2010.6.1,.2
  20. American Texas maker, New Ulm, Texas area
    Texas maker, New Ulm, Texas area
    Table

    c. 1845–1875
    Black walnut; pine, metal
    B.2009.9
  21. American Texas maker, New Braunfels area
    Texas maker, New Braunfels area
    Table

    c. 1845–1875
    Black walnut; pine, ivory or bone
    B.2009.8
  22. American
    Table

    c. 1710–1740
    Maple
    B.2009.6
  23. American
    Cupboard

    c. 1850–1875
    Black walnut; pine, glass, and bone
    B.2008.7
  24. Johann Michael Jahn
    American, born Prussia, 1816–1883
    Wardrobe

    c. 1860–1870
    Black walnut; pine and bone
    B.2007.25
  25. American
    Table

    c. 1845–1860
    Black walnut; pine
    B.2007.23
  26. American
    Two-Drawer Table

    c. 1860–1875
    Cypress, pine, cherry, and brass
    B.2007.22
  27. American
    Chest of Drawers

    c. 1846–1860
    Black walnut; pine
    B.2007.21
  28. Possibly Johann Michael Jahn
    American, born Prussia, 1816–1883
    Footstool

    c. 1860–1870
    Black walnut
    B.2007.20
  29. Shop of Johann Michael Jahn
    American, born Prussia, 1816–1883
    Stand

    c. 1880
    Black walnut
    B.2007.19
  30. American Central Texas
    Central Texas
    Table

    c. 1845–1860
    Black walnut
    B.2007.18

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