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Central or Eastern European, possibly Vienna
dated 1489
Central European, possibly Austria
ca. 1425–75
Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings
ca. 1937
Alanic
ca. 7th–9th century CE
American
ca. 1820
Unknown
1800–50
American
1800–1810
Samuel McIntire
1794–99
United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing (“Shakers”)
1800–1830
Christopher Wilmarth
1967–69
ca. 1825
Jules Leleu
1925
Harry Bertoia
ca. 1940
Tsimshian, Native American
ca. 1750–80
French
ca. 1130–1140
House of Carl Fabergé
1899–1908
Iranian
18th century
Thomas Seymour
1805–10
ca. 1580–1479 B.C.
American
1760–90
Native American (Mi’kmaq)
19th century
American
1740–60
Dona Look
1988
George Nelson
1952
American
1710–30
American
1715–35
Heinrich Gambs
1800–1810
American
ca. 1800
Johann Volckmann Rabe
ca. 1740
American
1705–25
Swiss?
late 19th century
Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
1917
German, Nuremberg
early 17th century
American
1740–60
Alvar Aalto
1936–37
ca. 1800
Native American (Winnebago)
19th century
Canadian
1800–1830
United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing (“Shakers”)
1825–50
Charles Eames
1946