Definition of Cabinetmaker. Meaning of Cabinetmaker. Synonyms of Cabinetmaker

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Definition of Cabinetmaker

Cabinetmaker
Cabinetmaker Cab"i*net*mak`er (-m[=a]k`[~e]r), n. One whose occupation is to make cabinets or other choice articles of household furniture, as tables, bedsteads, bureaus, etc.

Meaning of Cabinetmaker from wikipedia

- of their designs and those of other cabinet makers. The most famous cabinetmaker before the advent of industrial design is probably André-Charles Boulle...
- (1768 – 16 August 1854) was one of nineteenth-century America's leading cabinetmakers. Although he did not create any new furniture style, he interpreted...
- George Seddon (1727–1801) was an English cabinetmaker. At one time his furniture making business was the largest and most successful in London, employing...
- William Savery (cabinetmaker) (1721 or 1722 – 1787 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an 18th-century American cabinetmaker noted for his furniture in...
- John Shaw (1745–1829) was the Annapolis cabinetmaker who built most of the furniture first used in both legislative chambers of the Maryland State House...
- Blake (active 1826–39) was the first of the Blake family of London cabinetmakers. Robert Blake is particularly known for his marquetry and for the ormolu-mounted...
- father of André Charles Boulle, a cabinetmaker to the King of France André Charles Boulle (1642–1732), French cabinetmaker to the Sun King Jean-Philippe Boulle...
- John Cobb (c.1710–1778) was an English cabinetmaker and upholsterer. It is believed that John Cobb was apprenticed in 1729 to Timothy Money (fl 1724–59)...
- makers became known as ébénistes, which remains the French term for a cabinetmaker. Modern uses are largely restricted to small items, such as crucifixes...
- X-rays Abraham Roentgen (1711–1793), German cabinetmaker David Roentgen (1743–1807), German cabinetmaker, son of Abraham Roentgen Engelbert Röntgen (1829–1897)...
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