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Limbert’s Holland Dutch Arts & Crafts Furniture


Limbert’s Holland Dutch Arts & Crafts Furniture


This large format book (9″ x 12″) features a scholarly, illustrated introduction with a brief history of the Charles P. Limbert Company of Grand Rapids and Holland, Michigan, together with unabridged reprints of the company’s 196-page Catalogue No. 10 from 1908-09 and the company’s 40-page Supplement No, 19 from 1915. Catalogue No. 10 shows the full line of Limbert’s distinctive Arts Crafts furniture as of September 1908. Supplement No, 19 shows the company’s rare Ebon-Oak line, its line of Arts and Crafts furniture using open cane that was launched at the same time. The book also includes six pages from the company’s Book No. 117 (c. 1910) showing the company’s “Flanders” line (mission furniture with turned-post elements) and eight pages of Limbert room settings in full color (as these pages appeared in Catalogue No. 10 and Book No, 117). The book shows many Limbert forms not pictured in any other Limbert catalogue reprints.

Softcover 284 pages

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Weight 1 lbs