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Hood and Tobey
ca. 1860
Hood and Tobey
ca. 1860
Ferdinand Berthoud
ca. 1768–70
Tobey Furniture Company
ca. 1890
Tobey Furniture Company
ca. 1890
Gustav Stickley
1900
James Bay Cree, Native American
ca. 1840
James Bay Cree, Native American
ca. 1865
Ojibwa, Native American
ca. 1860
European
1863–1869
American
1880–1905
American
mid-19th century
American
1860–65
American
1941
probably American
late 1890s
American
1700–1944
Valentina
ca. 1940
Valentina
ca. 1940
Rudi Gernreich
1966
Lilly Daché
1946–47
Giorgio di Sant'Angelo
fall/winter 1988–89
American
1860–75
American
1862–65
Italian
late 16th century
Italian, Venice
ca. 1720
Spanish
1591
James Bay Cree
1840–50
American
ca. 1895
Oscar de la Renta, LLC.
1960s
ca. 1353–1336 B.C.
ca. 1353–1336 B.C.
ca. 1353–1336 B.C.
United States Pottery Company
1852–58
Lucy Hayward Barker
Dutch and Italian
main textile: 1720s; hood textile: mid-17th century
Mark Tobey
1944
Mark Tobey
1947
Mark Tobey
1957
Mark Tobey
1957
Mark Tobey
1944