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    • Cindy Wright Lyons

      Furniture and decorative arts maker: A.Kimbel and J.Cabus. Their firm operated from c.1862-1882. Medium: Ebonized cherry wood, gilt-incised decoration, modern upholstery Place Manufactured: NYC, Gilded Age c.1880.

    • Kate Bishop

      Brooklyn Museum: Kimbel and Cabus c. 1880 Corner Chair (Modern Gothic style)

    • Nancy Rutman

      Corner Chair by Kimbel & Cabus, New York, New York, 1863-1882. Ebonized wood, gilt-incised decoration, modern upholstery

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