Maker: Kimbel and Cabus, 1863-1882 Medium: Ebonized cherry wood, gilt-incised decoration, modern upholstery Place Manufactured: New York, New York, USA Dates: ca. 1880

Maker: George Jacob Hunzinger, American, born Germany, 1835-1898 Medium: Walnut, steel mesh, fabric Place Manufactured: New York, New York, USA Dates: ca. 1876

Maker: George Jacob Hunzinger, American, born Germany, 1835-1898 Medium: Wood, original upholstery Place Made: New York, New York, USA Dates: ca. 1873

Designer: George Jacob Hunzinger, American, born Germany, 1835-1898 Medium: Ebonized wood, casters, original upholstery Place Made: New York, New York, USA Dates: ca. 1869

"Liberty" Cup and Saucer Manufacturer: Union Porcelain Works, 1863-ca.1922 Designer: Karl L. H. Mueller, American, born Germany, 1820-1887 Medium: Ceramic Place Manufactured: Greenpoint (now Brooklyn), New York, USA Dates: ca. 1876

Kimbel & Cabus, NYC, c1875, ebonized cherry, (K&C1863-1882) Brooklyn Museum

Designer And Maker: Daniel Pabst, American, born Germany, 1826-1910 Medium: Ebonized cherry, old, but not original, silk velvet fabric Possible Place Made: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA Dates: ca. 1880

Secretary Made by Herter Brothers  (1864–1906) Date: ca. 1882 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Cherry, mahogany, cedar

Armchair Designer: Louis Dierra Manufacturer: Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Medium: Glass, modern upholstery, metal fittings Place Manufactured: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Dates: ca. 1939

Cherry Wardrobe, Herter Brothers (1864–1906), Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States, American, ca. 1880–85 | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Furniture. Chair, 1877–79; Herter Brothers (1864-1906); New York City, New York. Ebonized cherry, marquetry of lighter woods, gilding.

Loving Cup manufactured by Tiffany & Co., from NYC's Gilded Age era, c.1891. ~~ (Image: Metropolitan Museum of Art) ~~ {cwl}

This is original. But cool idea. Maker: Herter brothers (New York.1864-1906) Wardrobe, 1880-1885. Met Museum

1882 American (New York) Library table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "Between 1879 and 1882, Herter Brothers designed and decorated William Henry Vanderbilt's new Fifth Avenue mansion. This monumental table was the centerpiece of his library...Although called a library table, it was never intended for study per se; rather, it was a piece of sculpture and a monument to Vanderbilt himself."

Detail of the Worsham-Rockefeller Dressing Room. Part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC exhibit: "Artistic Furniture of the Gilded Age". December 15, 2015 - May 1, 2016. Featuring the works of America's Gilded Age, New York based cabinetmaker and interior designer: George A. Schastey, (American, 1839-1894). "An adjoining gallery will feature works by furniture makers, Herter Brothers, and their commissioned works for the William H. Vanderbilt house". ~ {cwl} ~ (via: Met museum)

Armchair - Herter Brothers, manufacturer (New York)Armchair, ca. 1872–1873Walnut and walnut burl

Herter Brothers (New York, New York, 1864–1907) | Cabinet | ca. 1875 | Ebonized cherry with marquetry of various woods | 60 x 33 x 16 1/4 inches | Virginia Carroll Crawford Collection | 1981.1000.51

John Bennett - Vase c.1882 NY Gilded Age.

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

Gilded Age NYC image - advertisement c.1887. Issued by Allen & Ginter (American, Richmond, Virginia). New York, from the City Flags series (N6) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands. ~ {cwl} ~~ (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York -The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection)

adorable Hoosier and all the accessories, love those cherry storage tins on top too. How sweet