National Geographic : 1912 Sep
Jacobean FURNITURE for Modern Uses HE inviting Jacobean "Draw" Table of dusky SV Oak, with its richly carved and bulbous legs, S its capacious board burnished by the wear of centuries and its stretchers worn by the feet of successive generations, is one of the noblest types of Tudor Furniture. O nly among our faithful Reproductions of old-time Fur niture can such Tables as these, carefully adapted to modern uses, be found. Reproducing their originals in every respect, they can be relied upon to give the needed touch of personality to the modern room. Our Furniture is to be seen only in one establishments. Write us for our in or other of the Twelve Galleries we devote teresting book, handsomely illustrated to its display in New York. with etchings, "The House and Its Plen We have no agents and no branch ishing." Furniture'ompany 34 and 36 West Thirty-second Street, New York SI3, TA ^ - ^~ ¥ * ^~ "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."