Milwaukee: Chipstone Foundation, 2015. Hardcover. Tan cloth boards with silver spine lettering, black and color illustrated dust jacket, decorative end pages, 298 pp, illustrated throughout in bw and color. White silk ribbon page marker. VG/VG (light wear to boards, text and illustrations are very clean). Item #178253
Contents include: Ark of the Covenant : the Remarkable Inlaid Cedar Scrutoir from the Brinckerhoff Family of Newtown, Long Island / Peter Kenny -- Flux in Design and Method in Early Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia Furniture / Alan Miller -- Pattern Carving in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia / Luke Beckerdite -- Adam Hains and the Philadelphia-Reading Connection / Lisa Minardi -- A Steady Growth of Independence: Joshua Shipman and the Economy of Frontier Craftsmanship / Hollie Davis and Andrew Richmond -- Documentary Evidence of Colored Finishes and Decoration on Bedsteads and Cornices : Late Colonial and Federal Periods / Nancy Goyne Evans -- Book Reviews. We Sit Together: Utopian Benches from the Shakers to the Separatists of Zoar / review by Nicole Belola -- To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry / review by Silas Kopf -- Thistles & Crowns: The Painted Chests of the Connecticut Shore / review by Martha Willoughby -- A Surviving Legacy in Spanish America: Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Furniture from the Viceroyalty of Peru / review by Dennis Carr -- Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism / review by Caroline Cole. Also includes bibliographical references and index.