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Furniture History, the journal of the Furniture History Society, is an extensively illustrated scholarly journal issued annually to members.

It is the only journal devoted to the history of furniture from all parts of the world and is internationally recognised as authoritative.

Subjects range from the work of individual makers and designers to aspects of interior decoration, domestic economy and trade practice. Contributions have been made by the leading scholars in the field. From time to time, single issues are devoted to individual subjects or notable articles published in special editions.Potential contributors should contact our Hon. Editor in the first instance via editor.furniturehistory@gmail.com

The search functionality on this page can be used to find articles in all issues of the Journal. For Journals up to 2009 links are then provided to access the Journal on JSTOR https://www.jstor.org/journal/furnhist. Please note that the Society is actively working with JSTOR to ensure up-to-date Journal availability online and we expect to complete this over the coming months. 

2018
Volume LIV - 2018

The search functionality on this page can be used to find articles in all issues of the Journal. For Journals up to 2009 links are then provided to access the Journal on JSTOR.

Nicholas Goodison Introduction: Chippendale and the Furniture History Society
Megan Aldrich The Shakespeare of English Furniture: Examining the Rich Mythology Surrounding Thomas Chippendale
Femke Speelberg Dissecting the Director: New Insights about its Production, and Chippendale as Draughtsman
Ulrike McGregor Thomas Chippendale, Ingenious Business Leader and Promoter of the Cabinet-Maker's Craft in Eighteenth-Century London: New Insights from the Burney Collection of Newspapers
David Adshead Miniature Architecture in Fine Wood: Chippendale and the Discipline of Classical Architecture
Sarah Medlam 'French Chairs' and Other Fashions: Chippendale's Debts to Paris
Lucy Wood Six Designs for 'Sideboard Tables' in Chippendale's Director
Annabel Westman Who was Thomas Chippendale's Laceman?
Christopher Rowell A 'Lost' Picture Frame by Thomas Chippendale and Lady Winn's Blue Dressing Room at Nostell Priory
Kerry Bristol Recovering a 'Lost' Account: Thomas Chippendale at No. 11 St James's Square, London
Megan Wheeler Death in St. Martin's Lane: New Light on Thomas Chippendale's Workshop and its Personnel in December 1772
Stephen Jackson A Chippendale Commission in Scotland: Blair Drummond, 1776
Adam Bowett Furniture for the Circular Dressing Room in Harewood House
Ann Sumner The Chippendale Firm at Harewood: Early Visitors' Experiences
Brock Jobe Chippendale's Influence in America: A New England Case Study
Rufus Bird A 'Chippendale' Mirror in the Nineteenth Century
Alyce Perry Englund Lionizing Chippendale's Legacy: Reinventing the Director in Modern America
Elizabeth Jacklin 'Chippendale in the Drawing Room': Beatrix Potter and Furniture
Kate Hay Chippendale, the Movie: The Rediscovery of 1920s 'Biopics' of Chippendale and Sheraton
Lisa White Thomas Chippendale: 2018 Update