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Walnut Gothic Revival armchair, attributed to Gustave Herter, ca. 1855

Walnut Gothic Revival armchair, attributed to Gustave Herter, ca. 1855

My haunted dollhouse project by Miss Crumplebottom

My haunted dollhouse project by Miss Crumplebottom

1" scaled Victorian Gothic Dollhouse.  Extraordinary. (Make excellent haunted house!)

1 Inch Scale Miniature Haunted Delapidated Pre-Built Victorian Dollhouse

1" scaled Victorian Gothic Dollhouse. Extraordinary. (Make excellent haunted house!)

Gothic chairs | ... chair retains. The pierced stiles on this chair are a unique attribute

Gothic chairs | ... chair retains. The pierced stiles on this chair are a unique attribute

Armchair Attributed to Thomas Brooks (1810/11–1887) Date: ca.1847 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood, brass, leather, replacement upholstery

Armchair Attributed to Thomas Brooks (1810/11–1887) Date: ca.1847 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood, brass, leather, replacement upholstery

Chapter 6- Furniture. Gothic Revival Chair with characteristic pointed arch and oak leaf finial.

Chapter 6- Furniture. Gothic Revival Chair with characteristic pointed arch and oak leaf finial.

Neogothic chair.

Neogothic chair.

Armchair  Date: 1850–60 Geography: Made in New York, New York, United States Culture: American

Armchair Date: 1850–60 Geography: Made in New York, New York, United States Culture: American

19th C Medieval Revival: Religious furniture, altar w/ familiar Gothic "spires" + quatre-foiles + machine-sawn,hand-finished tracery-etc

19th C Medieval Revival: Religious furniture, altar w/ familiar Gothic "spires" + quatre-foiles + machine-sawn,hand-finished tracery-etc

victorian gothic revival

victorian gothic revival

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