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Style Periods & Dates
Furniture Periods Reference Material

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Dates British Monarch British Period American Period Style
1558-1603 Elizabeth I Elizabethan Early Colonial Gothic
1603-1625 James I Jacobean Baroque
(c. 1620-1700)
1625-1649 Charles I Carolean
1649-1660 Commonwealth Cromwellian
1660-1685 Charles II Restoration
1685-1688 James II Restoration
1688-1694 William & Mary William & Mary William & Mary
1694-1702 William III William III Dutch Colonial Rococo
(c. 1695-1760)
1702-1714 Anne Queen Anne Queen Anne
1714-1727 George I Early Georgian
1727-1760 George II Georgian Chippendale
(c. 1750)
1760-1811 George III Georgian Early Federal
(c. 1790-1810)

American Directoire
(c. 1798-1804)

American Empire
(c. 1804-1815)

Neo-classical
(c. 1755-1805)

Empire
(c. 1799-1815)

1812-1820 George III Regency Later Federal
(c. 1810-1830)
Regency
(c. 1812-1830)
1820-1830 George IV Regency
1830-1837 William IV William IV Eclectic
(c. 1830-1880)

Arts & Crafts
(c. 1880-1900)

1837-1901 Victoria Victorian Victorian
1901-1910 Edward VII Edwardian Art Nouveau
(c. 1890-1920)
Art Nouveau
(c. 1890-1920)
1910-1936 George V   Art Deco
(c. 1920-1939)
Art Deco
(c. 1925-1939)
1936 Edward VIII  
1936-1952 George IV  
1952- Elizabeth II      

 





Style Period References
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Style Period References
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Furniture, Metal, and Pottery Marks Reference
As Published By:
Bruce Johnson
Author, Columnist and Director of the
National Arts & Crafts Conference
at The Grove Park Inn since 1988

 




 

 

Pictorial Examples
of American Furniture Design Periods

Please consider that style periods always overlap; dates are always approximate.


 

The Mulliner chest, made c1640's
(one of the earliest).


Home Sweet Home museum, East Hampton, New York.


1640-1700 - Jacobean or Pilgrim furniture


1690-1725 - William and Mary furniture


1715-1760 - Queen Ann furniture


1715-1760 - Queen Ann furniture - Massachusetts - Boston


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1715-1760 - Queen Ann furniture - New Hampshire - Portsmouth


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1730-1830 - Windsor furniture


1750-1800 - Germanic furniture


1750-1850 - Spanish colonial furniture


1755-1785 - Chippendale furniture


1755-1785 - Chippendale furniture - Pennsylvania - Philadelphia


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1755-1785 - Chippendale furniture - Massachusetts - Boston

 


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1755-1785 - Chippendale furniture - Rhode Island - Newport


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1780-1820 - Federal furniture


1715-1760 - Federal furniture - Massachusetts - Salem


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1715-1760 - Federal furniture - New York - New York


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1715-1760 - Federal furniture - Rhode Island - Newport


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1800-1840 - Neoclassical furniture - New York - New York


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1820-1910 - Shaker furniture


1815-1845 - Greek revival furniture - New York - New York


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1815-1845 - Greek revival furniture - Massachusetts - Boston

 


Museum of Fine Arts, Boston


1840's - Gothic revival furniture


1845-1865 - Rococo revival furniture - New York - New York


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1850's - Elizabethan revival furniture


1850 - 1900 - Chests - North-West coast


1860's - Renaissance revival furniture


1860's - Néo-grec furniture - New York - New York


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1860-1875 Egyptian revival furniture


1865-1880 - Modern Gothic furniture - Pennsylvania - Philadelphia


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1870- 1885 - Patent furniture - New York - New York


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1870- 1885 - Eastlake furniture


1870-1900 - Horn furniture


1870-1900 - Anglo-Japanese furniture


1875-1890 Turkish taste furniture


1875-1890 - Aesthetic movement furniture


1876-1900 - Centennial furniture


1890-1915 - Prairie school furniture


1900-1915 - Arts & Crafts furniture - New York - Woodstock


Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1900-1930 - Adirondack furniture - New York - Westport


1900-1950 - Frank Lloyd Wright furniture


1920-1940 - Art Deco furniture


1925-1940 - American modern furniture


1929-1943 - Monterey furniture - California - Monterey


1950's - International style

 

 

 




 

The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

 
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Pair–case watch, 1682–83
Movement by Thomas Tompion (English, 1638–1713); inner case and dial by Nathaniel Delander (English, recorded 1668/69, died ca. 1691 or before 1705)
Outer case: leather with gold studs monogrammed RWR surmounted by a coronet (unidentified); Inner case and champlevé dial: gold, with blued steel hands; Movement: gilded brass, steel, partly blued, and silver; Diam. of back plate 1 7/16 in. (3.6 cm)
Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (17.190.1489ab)
 
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Egypt, 8000–2000 B.C.
Egypt, 8000–2000 B.C. Archaeologists have designated this long stretch of time the Paleolithic period because most tools are made from stone. Based on finds, we know that people inhabited both the Nile valley and its nearby deserts as environmental conditions permitted. The Lower Paleolithic period (ca. 300,000–90,000 B.C.) is the earliest occupation known in Egypt and these ancestors of humans often used a bifacial tool we call the Acheulian hand ax. More »
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Thematic Essays

Music in the Ancient Andes

Music in the Ancient Andes

Detailed accounts written by Spanish chroniclers of the sixteenth century emphasize the importance of music and dance in Inka celebrations and festivals. They describe musical instruments such as flutes and panpipes made of bone, reed, and fired clay, shell trumpets called pututos, ceramic whistles, ocarinas, trumpets, and drums, as well as rattles made with a variety of materials. These objects are sometimes portrayed as delicate instruments played with solemnity and virtuosity,... More »
 
 

 




 

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