The Mackinnon Mirror – Inspired by the Georgian era.
Hetepheres Armchair – Inspired by Hetepheres I, the mother of King Khufu.
Budha Armchair – Inspired by Buddhist monastic furniture during the Tang Dynasty.
Fauteuil Confortable – Inspired by a French Craftsman.
Lloyd’s Coffee Table – Inspired by Lloyds Coffee House on Pope’s Head Alley in London.
De Gois Armchair – Also known by the nicknames “Goisy” & “100% Genuine Leather”.
American Sweetgum Dining Table – Also known by nicknames “Redgum” & “Over 1000 Hours of Labour”.
Edward Oxford – Inspired by the Victorian era.
The Tamworth Coffee Table – Inspired by one of the largest burls known which was found in Tamworth, New South Wales.
Diphros – Inspired by a four legged stool from ancient Greece. Sometimes called “a chair without arms and a back”.
The Thomas Chippendale Draw Chest – Inspired by one of the leading cabinetmakers of the 18th century in England.
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Venus of Manly – Inspired by the Roman goddess of beauty.
Earl Chesterfield Sofa – Inspired by the fourth Earl of Chesterfield during the Philip Stanhope era.
The Chest – Inspired by an antique piece of furniture were they mounted short legs to a hollowed tree trunk and attached a lid. By the 1680s the “chest” was made up entirely of draws.
Wooden Dromedary – Inspired by an even-toed ungulate with fatty deposits known as humps.