A Chair Worth Crossing The Atlantic English Arts And Crafts Furniture
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My measured reproduction of Voysey's 1898 design, the first project in Popular Woodworking's forthcoming book on English Arts and Crafts furniture.(Photo: Siosi Design) Seat weaving by Cathryn Peters.A recent post about my visit to The Wilson (formerly known as the Cheltenham Museum) last winter sparked special interest in a chair designed by architect Charles Frances Annesley Voysey in 1898 - the chair that was the primary reason for my trip to England.
It seems a few people are champing at the bit for a deeper peek into the contents of Popular Woodworking's forthcoming book on English Arts and Crafts furniture, which is scheduled for publication in May 2018.
Luckily editors Megan Fitzpatrick and Scott Francis gave me the green light to publish the occasional post related to the book over the coming months.An original example of the chair design, this one in the collection of Crab Tree Farm, north of Chicago I'm not ordinarily a fan of furniture with heart cut-outs, but when I spotted this chair in an online search I was smitten.
There's nothing sweet about this pair of hearts, thanks to those finials, which look sharp enough to take out an eye.During my research on the chair,...