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Herter Brothers (American, 1864–1906). Ebonized cabinet, c. 1875. Photo by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Herter Brothers (American, 1864–1906). Ebonized library table and side chair, c. 1880. Original to the Samuel M. Nickerson House. Photo by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848-1933), attributed. Side chair, ca. 1881-83. Photo by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

George A. Schastey (American, 1839–1894). Neo-empire style armchair, ca. 1883. Photo by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

German Renaissance Revival tall case clock, c. 1870. Photo by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Desk and Bookcase John Davey (active ca. 1797–1822) Maker: John Davey Jr. Date: 1805–10 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany, satinwood veneer with white pine, yellow poplar

Attributed to Frank Furness and Daniel Pabst (American): Cabinet, 1877 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Desk and Bookcase ca.1811 Mid-Atlantic, Baltimore, Maryland American Mahogany, satinwood, maple, verre, cedar Possibly the most unusual example of high-style furniture in the Federal period. It's design was inspired by the "Sister's Cylinder Bookcase", plate 38 in Thomas Sheraton's "Cabinet Dictionary" (London, 1803). MET museum