The cabinet dictionary, containing an explanation of all the terms used in the cabinet, chair & upholstery branches; with directions for varnish-making, polishing, and gilding. To which is added a supplementary treatise on geometrical lines, perspective and painting in general. The whole illustrated on eighty-eight handsomely-engraved copper-plates, including a very great variety of the most fashionable pieces of cabinet furniture, and the five orders of architecture in perspective.

Title
The cabinet dictionary, containing an explanation of all the terms used in the cabinet, chair & upholstery branches; with directions for varnish-making, polishing, and gilding. To which is added a supplementary treatise on geometrical lines, perspective and painting in general. The whole illustrated on eighty-eight handsomely-engraved copper-plates, including a very great variety of the most fashionable pieces of cabinet furniture, and the five orders of architecture in perspective. By T. Sheraton.
Author
Sheraton, Thomas, 1751-1806.
Publication
London, Printed by W. Smith, sold by W. Row, 1803.

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Description
vi, 440 p.; 22 cm.
Note
  • Imperfect: plates wanting.
  • "A list of most of the master cabinetmakers, upholsterers, and chair makers, in and about London, for 1803": p. 435-440.
Call Number
8-MOI (Sheraton, T. Cabinet dictionary)
LCCN
ca 17000998
Author
Sheraton, Thomas, 1751-1806.
Title
The cabinet dictionary, containing an explanation of all the terms used in the cabinet, chair & upholstery branches; with directions for varnish-making, polishing, and gilding. To which is added a supplementary treatise on geometrical lines, perspective and painting in general. The whole illustrated on eighty-eight handsomely-engraved copper-plates, including a very great variety of the most fashionable pieces of cabinet furniture, and the five orders of architecture in perspective. By T. Sheraton.
Imprint
London, Printed by W. Smith, sold by W. Row, 1803.
Research Call Number
8-MOI (Sheraton, T. Cabinet dictionary)
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