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French
15th century
French, Paris
1767–71
Etienne LeNoir
ca. 1735–40
Lambertus Vrythoff
case ca. 1645, movement ca. 1750
Jacques Caffieri
case ca. 1745–49; movement ca. 1756
Jean-Joseph de Saint Germain
ca. 1745
John Doggett
ca. 1825
David Roentgen
ca. 1785–90
Nicolas Noël Boutet
ca. 1800
Lucien Falize
1881
Simon Hackett
ca. 1632–40
Thomas Seymour
1805–10
George Harrison
probably ca. 1770
Julien Le Roy
ca. 1745–49
André Charles Boulle
ca. 1690
European
ca. 1800
American or European
1700–1938
American or European
ca. 1850
American or European
18th century
British, Sheffield
late 18th century
Italian
16th century
dated 1762 CE
American
1900–1910
Russian
late 18th century
Russian
late 18th century
French
18th century
French
ca. 1760
American
1890–1910
French
18th century
British
1880–1900
probably French (wax), probably southern German or northern Italian (case)
1560–80
French
1350–75
Wasco, Native American
ca. 1870
German, Augsburg
ca. 1743–45
South Italian
horn, 11th–12th century; case, 16th century
Meissen Manufactory
case ca. 1728–30, movement ca. 1830–50
Carlo Giuliano
before 1896
Louis Boudo
1825
François Pirmet
ca. 1810
Bartholomew Newsam
1580–85