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Sewing Chair Attributed to Herter Brothers  (1864–1906) Date: 1867–69 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Maple; rosewood; ash (secondary wood); upholstery not origin

Desk Designed by Frank Furness, American, 1839 - 1912. Made by Daniel Pabst, American (born Germany), 1826 - 1910. Geography: Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America Date: 1870-71 Medium: Walnut, walnut veneer; rosewood (knobs); brass, iron, steel, glass

Vase with Cover - Sèvres Manufactory, circa 1883–1885. French porcelain combining elements of rococo and neoclassical styles. The vast and diverse production of the Sevres factory in the nineteenth century, resists easy characterization, and its history during this period reflects many of the changes affecting French society during this tumultuous century. (Sevres Porcelain in the Nineteenth Century, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art)