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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. 

2019
Volume LV - 2019

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.

Christopher Pickvance Towards a History of the Origin and Diffusion of a Late Renaissance Chair Design: The Caquetoire or Caquteuse Chair in France, Scotland and England
Giuseppe Beretti Further Investigations into the Mannerist Neapolitan Cabinet, 1575-1621
Jan Dariusz Cutajar Kussenkasten in the Dutch Golden Age: Technical Insights into Knole's Kussenkast from a Conservation Perspective
David C. Wheeler New Light on Lacquer and Giltwood Furniture in the Royal Collection
Christian Jussel An Exceptional Desk and Bookcase of 1738 by John Unwin
Sharon Goodman A Tale of Two Dragons
Alexander Collins The Legacy of Guillaume Dupre's Image of Henri IV in the Decorative Arts of Eighteenth-Century France
Margaret van Cott A Classical Sideboard in the Brick Presbyterian Church in the City of New York
Michael Shrive 'Better than that ordinarily seen': Furniture supplied to the Third Goldsmiths' Hall by William and Charles Wilkinson and Thomas and George Seddon, 1834-5