During this period, Kittinger Furniture reproduced more than 200 pieces for Colonial Williamsburg.In addition to the Williamsburg Collection, Kittinger Furniture was licensed to be the exclusive maker of Historic Newport Reproductions featuring works by Newport’s Goddard and Townsend cabinetmakers.
The cords were woven together from opposite sides of the framework to form a springy surface for the sleeper.
In the 18th dynasty ( were put together with bronze hooks and staples so that they could be dismantled or folded to facilitate storage and transportation; furniture existed in small quantities and when the pharaohs toured their lands, they took their beds with them.
Everything in the house, from the furniture to boxes and tools—sometimes even pine floors and staircases—would be painted in the popular style.
Some artisans used stenciling to create elaborate, symbolic designs on their wood furnishings, while others employed sponges or crumbled paper to give their pieces a patterned effect.
We are proud to offer the finest selection of vintage Kittinger furniture, Kindel furniture, Baker furniture and Saybolt-Cleland furniture licensed reproductions.
With its already long established tradition in producing fine furniture, Kittinger Furniture was licensed by Colonial Williamsburg to reproduce and adapt pieces for its collection from the Program's inception in 1937 to 1990.Looking at the joinery, or the way a piece of antique furniture is put together, will provide many clues that help in determining the age.But there are a number of other factors to consider as well, including the tools that were used to craft a piece and what the individual components look like.Primitive furniture, also commonly called early American country furniture, refers to handmade tables, desks, dressers, and chairs from before the era of mass production.These pieces often feature interesting carpentry techniques, such as dovetail and mortise-and-tenon joints.The bed may have been the earliest form; it was constructed of wood and consisted of a simple framework supported on four legs.