The famous Model T "Flivver", the first to be manufactured on the assembly line, sold at a price that every workingman could afford. Description from gouldstudios.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Kentucky, early 19th century. An inlaid corner cupboard in walnut with pine and poplar secondary, the upper section with molded cornice over double inset paneled doors, the lower section with one shelf behind paneled doors, all over a shaped apron and bracket feet; ht. 79.5, wd. 44, dp. 18.5, corner 22.5 in.
c. 1878-80 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth, English (active Paris), 1825 - 1895 Silk faille and brocaded silk lampas weave trimmed with lace, silk satin, and beads Bodice Center Back Length: 27 inches (68.6 cm) Skirt Center Front Length: 41 inches (104.1 cm) Skirt Waist: 24 inches (61 cm)