Item #901524 Hawaiian Furniture and Hawaii's Cabinetmakers 1820 - 1940. Irving Jenkins.

Hawaiian Furniture and Hawaii's Cabinetmakers 1820 - 1940

Honolulu: Daughters of Hawaii, 1998.

Second Printing. Photographs by Michael D. Horikawa.

A historical survey of furniture making in Hawaii and the craftspeople who participated in its manufacture. Chapters include: The Early Timber Industry in Hawaii; Itinerant Carpenters and Missionary Furniture Makers in the Hawaiian Kingdom; Cabinetmakers in the Kamehameha Dynasty; Cabinetmakers and Furniture Companies in the Kalakaua Period; Chinese Furniture Manufacturers from the Kalakaua Period into the 20th Century; 20th Century Cabinetmakers, Craftsmen and Designers; Umeke, Hikiee and Kahili Stands: A Note on Three Distinctively Hawaiian Furnishings.

Item #901524
ISBN: 0960793844

9 x 11-7/8", green paper over boards, green endpapers, 350pp, appendixes, notes, bibliography, index, Care of Hawaiian Furniture, over 300 illustrations.

Fine in moderately rubbed dust wrapper and protective mylar.

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Price: $60.00