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Indian Splint Manufacturing Company


Indian Splint Manufacturing Company
by Jill and Michael Clark


This furniture manufacturer had an interesting history and produced a unique line of Arts and Crafts furniture all recounted in a detailed, illustrated Introduction by authors Jill and Michael Clark.

Indian Splint furniture is mission style furniture that used woven ash or oak splints in the place of solid wood surfaces. Aesthetically, this furniture is very pleasing, ideally suited to an Adirondack or Upper Peninsula lodge. It offers a refreshing alternative to the traditional springs and leather mission furniture of most other manufacturers.

96 Pages

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Weight 1 lbs