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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

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

Armchair (Louis XVI Revival style) Maker: Leon Alexandre Marcott Medium: Ebonized blue beech, gilt bronze, original Aubusson tapestry upholstery (wool, linen warp) Place Manufactured: New York, USA Dates: 1869

Designer: Ray Komai, American, born 1918 Manufacturer: J.G. Furniture Co., Inc. Medium: Molded walnut plywood, chromed metal, rubber Place Manufactured: Brooklyn, New York, USA Dates: ca. 1949

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

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

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

Armchair, Aesthetic Movement style with Moorish style embroidery(Rockefeller Room) Medium: Unidentified ebonized wood, original velvet upholstery Dates: ca. 1880

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)