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  Where Antiques Never Get Old

Typical Period Woods

Jacobean

oak, pine, walnut, ash, cherry, hickory, elm

William and Mary walnut, maple, veneer, oak, sometimes beech

Queen Anne mainly walnut, mahogany after 1730, oak, pine, ash, cherry, walnut veneer

Chippendale mostly mahogany, walnut, cherry, maple

Adam mahogany, satinwood, harewood, sycamore, kingwood, rosewood, amboyna, pearwood

Duncan Phyfe almost exclusively mahogany, some rosewood

Hepplewhite mahogany, satinwood veneer, sycamore, maple, amboyna, poplar, boxwood

Sheraton mahogany, satinwood, golden satinwood, tulipwood, rosewood, ebony

Federal mahogany was the wood of choice, supplemented with poplar and white pine, variation in use of wood indicates US made. Other woods include tulip, pine, poplar, birch, maple, bird's eye maple, rosewood, satinwood

American Directory walnut, mahogany, oak, cherry plus exotic woods for inlaying

American Empire mahogany, oak, pine, maple, hickory, ash and a variety of fruit woods

Victorian Louis XV black walnut, rosewood

Other Victorian pine, rosewood, oak, walnut, maple

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